Rosario Vega, una biografía apócrifa

SEPTEMBER 23 - 6:00 PM (AVAILABLE UNTIL OCTOBER 4)

Rosario Vega, An Apocryphal Biography is a research, co-curation and experimentation project that seeks to create a narrative device that appeals to the fragmentary and subjective archive of memory – both individual and collective – as a tool for the creation of aw fake biography. From the impossible scope that characterizes any biographical endevour ( the “writing of a life”) which is supposedly associated with “the real” in opposition to the fictional, we understand discourse — texts or speeches in their broad sense, or those utterances not conformed words— as a technology of subjectivity, as a performative practice of life production. Through this collecting (as a vital archive of diverse elements from which the memory draws to (re) create a life narratively) we will delve into the geography of the affects in which a possible biography is dissolved.

artists
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Agustina Crespo

She is composer and singer. She has a degree in Composition and Technique in Music Production and is finishing the Higher Diploma in Contemporary Music at the Manuel de Falla Conservatory and preparing her Doctorate in Composition. Her music was performed in halls in CABA, in the interior of the country and also in Uruguay, Colombia, France, Spain and the US As a singer, She is a member of the Ensemble Música Inaudita and is finishing her singing career at UNA.

Ana Crapis

Ana Crapis

She is a stage director, choreographer and musician trained at the Instituto Superior de Arte del Teatro Colón, the UNA (Dance-Theater) and the National Conservatory of Music. She was a fellow for training in contemporary opera (CETC-Williams Foundation). Recent works as a director: Jaque (Teatro Cervantes), La bohème (Hasta Trilce); as an assistant: Norma (Teatro Colón), Homenaje Kagel (CCK), The Raven by Hosokawa and Eight Songs for a Mad King by Davies (CETC).

Santiago Villalba

Santiago Villalba

He is a composer and teacher. Graduated in Musical Composition and Orchestra Conducting, he is a professor at the National University of Tres de Febrero and is currently doing postgraduate studies in the Master’s Degree in Technology and Aesthetics of Electronic Arts at that university. He develops projects with a focus on interdisciplinary arts and collaborative work. Some of his pieces were released in Argentina, Chile, Spain and Russia.

Carolina Piola

Carolina Piola

She is a stage director and playwright trained in literature and the performing arts. She studied with Emilio García Wehbi, Rubén Szuchmacher, among others. She was a fellow at the Winter School (CETC – Williams Foundation). Her most recent projects as a playwright and director include the soundscape 19’52 ”-4’33” (Teatro Cervantes, Fundación OSDE and MUNTREF Artes Visuales) and the musical monodrama Eight songs for a mad king by Peter Maxwell Davies (CETC).