Photo by Maria-Alperi
Photo by Maria-Alperi
Photo by Maria-Alperi


By Kor’sia

Jeux is the title that Nijinski conferred on one of his ballets in 1913. This piece, interwoven in the metaphor of the game, establishes a dialogue, which can be linked to the possible relationship that the choreographer lived with the elitist Bloomsbury group, whose members were artists and thinkers of the size of Virginia Wolf, the economist Maynard Keynes or the philosopher Bertrand Russell. This possible relationship with this group of intellectuals, explorers of a new morality, based on the freedom of customs, the demolition of established social conventions and an exquisite education of an elitist nature, are the starting point that the Kor’sia collective uses as a possible reflection of the values that prevail today in the accelerated process of individuation that society is experiencing; demanding a debate that is open consider losing common values Text: Agnes Lopez Rio
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— Roger Salas, El Pais, 18 November 2018 

“The devious and almost art nouveau figures of Kor’sia, typical of their way of working, grow from a gloomy and certainly distant original piece of art, with an ironic touch. These figures lift off, and fly over a long and continuous narrative, giving the spectator a variety of information, both aesthetic and dynamic.”
Performers : Min Kyung Lee, Kana Nishiiue, Keiko Oishi, Óscar Comesaña, Jordan Kindell, Alejandro Moya Direction : Mattia Russo y Antonio de Rosa Choreography : Mattia Russo y Antonio de Rosa, in collaboration with the performers Assistant of choreography : Gianluca Battaglia Dramaturgy : Giuseppe Dagostino Music : various artists Scenography : Kor ́sia Costumes : Adrián Bernal Voice : Patricia Rezai soundscape design : Luis Miguel Cobo artistic consultant and text : Agnés López Río Accessories : Betto García Costume production : Alejandro Larrea Light design : Luis Martínez Scenography production : Francisco Padilla Production : Gabriel Blanco (Spectare) ManagemEnt: Celia Zaragoza Fotos: María Alperi Video: Jorge Cantos