Lali Ayguadé presents 'Kokoro' at Mercat de les Flors

Dancer Lali Ayguadé performs in this large scale work in the main hall of the Casa de la Dansa.

If there's one name that is starting to be heard a lot on Barcelona's dance scene it's Lali Ayguadé. This dancer and choreographer is making her name with works like Kokoro. A coproduction with the Temporada Alta Festival, it's about to land at Mercat de les Flors, where we can see it from the 22nd to the 24th of January.

Lali Ayguadé will be performing this piece with the backing of four male dancers: four people who are in search of their identity. Directionless, they are seeking love, coherence and its absence. Finally, reflection leads us to face transformation as an inevitable fact for any living being, narrating all of this through the body and the interaction of the dancers.

Kokoro is also a fusion of different techniques. Each dancer exhibits a different way of approaching the discipline of dance: from the acrobatics of hip hop, through clown performance and other contemporary languages of the body. This large scale work features Lali Ayguadé. a dancer trained in Barcelona who is a frquemt collaborator with companies such as Akram Khan, Hofesh Shechter, Roberto Olivan and Marcos Morau / La Veronal.

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Publication date: Thursday, 21 January 2016
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