"Echo Walk" is a ballad through space, time and intimicy, in which the public shares the stories told by the performers. A time when false memories are grafted to the real memories of a place at a specific time. Memories of strata, stories intertwine, not allowing the viewer to differentiate right from wrong, memory from imagination. The performance is an attempt to make visible an alteration, as much as a historical memory than an individual memory and collective imagination. Here, the questions that arise are: "What is the boundary between memory and history? What is the time of this place?" "Echo Walk" sets the scene for time and reality to make us more appreciate their limitations, the notion that we have through the prism of a story that we can all share. Thus, the memory of a place or what we perceive is rebuilt.
Lorena Hernández and Jérémie Kalil created in 2013 the Studio LOKA, a place to explore themes related to the limits and intersections of the artistic practices. Manifestations in which Theatre and Performance, Reality and Fiction, Space and Territory, Perception and Abstraction emerge.
Their main focus is the experimentation, through movement, body, space and experiences from every day life.
With Studio LOKA they want to share experiences, invite everyone to take action and share new and different perspectives on the world.
For more information, please visit their web page: www.studio-loka.com
Director: Lorena Hernández
Director and Performer: Jérémie Kalil
Performer: Juliana Mejía, Jérémie Reichenbach
Photo Credit: Studio Loka
In English without surtitles.
Special Notes 注意事項
Performed without intermission.
Gathering in front of the Theatre and Dance Building before 10 minutes of the performance