El pasado nunca se muere, ni siquiera es pasado

    16/05  | 19:00 - 22:00
    17/05  | 18:00 - 22:00
    19/05  | 18:00 - 22:00
    20/05  | 18:00 - 22:00

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Meet the artists after the performance on 17/05
Performance in the frame of The May Events @ INSAS, 16>20/05

Why to think the present from the present? By entering the new performative installation of Lagartijas Tiradas al Sol we are in 2048, listening at the interviews of a group of artists that thirty years ago – hence in 2018 – started the project for a movie. It was (or maybe is) a movie reflecting on how to deal with the heritage of 1968 in Mexico and the student revolts that ended with the Tlatelolco massacre. After El rumor del incendio, a piece in which they convoked the Mexican guerrillas during the 1960s and 70s, Lagartijas Tiradas al Sol is back at the festival in the frame of The May Events with an installation that brings together cinema and live performance. A space to experience a future from where to imagine the present, and where the past never dies, and – as the title says – is not even past. It is also a room where fiction and reality converge: indeed, this installation is the first step of a future movie that the group is making today...

A project by
Lagartijas Tiradas al Sol   

Concept & coordination
Gabino Rodríguez   

Performed & developed by
Francisco Barreiro & Gabino Rodríguez   

Artistic collaboration
Luisa Pardo   

Artstic advice
Bernardo Gamboa & Chantal Peñalosa

Video
Juan Pablo Villalobos, Nicolás Pereda & Christian Rivera   

Light design
Sergio López Vigueras 

Iconographic research
Juan Leduc 

Presentation
Kunstenfestivaldesarts, INSAS 

Production
Lagartijas Tiradas al Sol

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Gabino Rodriguez Lines (Mexico, 1983) is actor and director with a master’s degree in theatre from the Amsterdamse Hogeschool voor de Kunsten (AHK). He began working in cinema, where so far he has contributed to over 30 feature-length films with directors such as Nicolás Pereda, Raya Martin, Gust Van der Berghe and Cary Fukunaga among others. In 2003, he and Luisa Pardo founded the collective Lagartijas tiradas al sol [Lizards in the sun], with which they create stage productions and publications. They have taken part in the Vienna Festwochen, the Paris Festival d’Automne, Kunstenfestivaldesarts in Brussels, Escena Contemporanea in Madrid, Transamériques in Montreal, Theater Spektakell in Zurich, and many more. They won the prize for best play at the National Festival of University Theatre in 2003 and 2005, and took part in the National Theatre Show in 2006, 2007, 2012 and 2014. In 2010, they were invited to the KunstenFestivaldesarts, for the “Residence and
Reflection” programme. The following year, 2011, they won the audience prize at the Impatience Festival in Paris and the ZKB Foldpreiss in Zurich. As a stage actor, he has collaborated with Jesusa Rodríguez, Daniel Veronese, Martín Acosta and Alberto Villarreal. In 2007 and 2017 he was nominated for Best Actor at the Ariel. In 2008 he took part in the Talent campus at the Film Festival in Berlin and the same year was a nominee for the “Rolex Mentor and protégé arts initiative” for his work in theatre. In 2009 he was awarded the Prix Janine Bazin at the Belfort Festival, and accredited with Best Performance at the Gramado Festival for his performance in Perpetuum Mobile. In 2011 the Toulouse Film Festival had a section dedicated to his work, as did the Paris Cinema Festival the same year. In 2014 the Cali Film Festival had a spotlight event called: Gabino Rodríguez.

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