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ARTES ESCÉNICAS
 

‘I HAD WAY DIRTIER THINGS IN MY MOUTH’ By Tintin Patrone
 
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"The message that this work brings to us is not any less harrowing that the earlier ones. Truth be told, it is even more distressing. Ignorance and arrogance have been proven a lethal combination. But the manner that the artists chosen to present, employing humour, sarcasm, a good dose of playfulness, gives us a feeling of a new morning-- that finally, it is not as dark nor as cold as it seemed the whole year. We are now in the place where we are getting back our faculties to live another day, and not simply to survive one"
Dayang Yraola 2021

Featuring: Neil Young Cloaca, Pilla Piano, Andrea Rinaldi, Tintin Patrone, Tim Huys (Animation).

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TinTin Patrone is a German-Filipino composer, musician, actress, film and music producer as well as painter, performance artist and author. Her performances and installations include elements from musical Concept-Art, Fluxus and Social practice. 

ESPACIOS APARENTES
Videodanza · Música Original
 

Videodanza que retrata tres lugares cotidianos vividos por las mujeres, dos de ellos bajo la perspectiva de la inseguridad y acoso.

El último es el espacio íntimo que es el refugio de cada mujer.

Mariana Olmedo · Bailarina

Itatí Zárate · Video

Patricia "Pilla" Reyes · Música

Guadalajara, Jalisco. 2022

· VENTANAS

Dirigida por Mariana Olmedo.​

Intérpretes: Rocío Montalvo, Rossana Quezada, Melissa Esparza, Lluvia Aguilar, Carolina Gaspar

Diseño Sonoro: Pilla Piano

Audiovisual: Jessica Cruz

Instantáneas: Daniela Sandoval Olmedo

Guadalajara, Jalisco 2017/2018

· SOMOS NADIES

Teatro basado en testimonios de migrantes de la frontera sur de México.  Beca de la ONU a través del PNUD 2013 y 2014. Programa de apoyo a las capacidades de la sociedad civil para mejorar la protección de migrantes vulnerables en tránsito. 

Director:

Marc Klein (Francia)​

En escena:

Gabriela Ottogalli (Argentina)

Jorge Voz (México)​

Música:

Patricia Reyes (México)