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Restless  It is the first audiovisual piece, that is part of a larger work by the same name, composed of 4 pieces articulated as postcards or impressions of confinement.  Four glances from four different choreographers who, separated by time and geographic boundaries, direct the movements of a single performer.  ensions typical of an imprisoned being. A challenge for the performer, a Chilean dancer living in New York, alone had to juggle technical and logistical skills to record and rehearse the various choreographies that make up these works, sometimes all in one day. Making his apartment a laboratory, he uses creative experimentation where the body and its different dimensions take on an unusual thickness. Performed to the Symphony No.9 in D Minor, Op. 125, by Ludwig Van Beethoven as a tribute to the 250th anniversary of the German composer's birth. Restless  Eduardo Zúñiga Chilean Choreographer based in Alicante. Orilla  Edgar Zendejas Mexican Choreographer based in Montreal. Hoy  Sebastián Arias Uruguayan Choreographer Based in Montevideo. Ocaso Esdras Hernández Spanish Choreographer based in Santiago de Chile. Restless leads us to travel through hidden places that awaken our wanting to scream,run, observe, and emerge from the egg of confinement. “The main inspiration comes from what it means to live in confinement, and what we need to live with our time at home.  Time, in the sense of what the use of it means, and how its speed varies depending on what we do, faster or slower”. Choreography-Video Editing: Eduardo Zúñiga Dancer-Camera: Mauricio Vera

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