Sculpture Symposium with Klaus Christ

Dressed in shadow, he emerges behind a framed veil of yesteryear. His arms slip away from him, like the water of a waterfall trying to return to the top, in the middle of a garden of crystallized moments, of volumes questioning our living in the world and its wounded nature.

Later, lying on the ground, almost cramped, he is soaked in an antiquated soil, covered with dry grass crushed by his torso. Standing up again, he dresses in green to blend with a landscape, illuminated by the lanterns of curious passers-by who watch his dance. Sharpening forms, contouring qualities, walking calmly, sanding edges of penumbra, madness and loneliness.

Lowering his gaze, he wraps himself in others, soaking in that accumulated rain. Feeling the fresh earth with his bare feet, he closes his eyes and returns to that throbbing breath that propels him towards infinity. Then, our eyes follow him from his undulating torso and my skin understands the echo of his gestures, while his hands ask heaven why it has abandoned him in the face of such darkness.

Sculpture Symposium with Klaus Christ

2014

Premià

25 minutes

CURATOR

Klaus Christ

CHOREOGRAPHY & DANCE

Pau Aran

GUEST ARTISTS

Kathrin Hoops, Jonás Martin, Yuri Barkha, Josá Luis Calvo

CINEMATOGRAPHY AND EDITING

David Puyol Cutando

SOUND DESIGN

Alfonso Gravina

VIDEO

Charlie Cattrall

SUPPORT

Can Casdellà (Guest House)

Pau Aran