(English) About EnClaveDANZA. The Company
The first play representative of their work was “FATUM”, premiered in Montpellier and Madrid.
Afterwards came “AUSENTE EN NEGRO” [‘Absent in Black’] reminiscent for the spectator of the unsettling carnal canvases by Hieronymus Bosch and Francis Bacon, “QUERIDO ANTOINE” [‘Dear Antoine’] (the choreographic movements are imbued with Jean Paul Sartre’s literature, and “LA NOCHE” [‘The Night’] (the audio visual techniques confuse wakefulness with sleep, and the real with the oneiric).
EnClaveDANZA often engages in a cooperative relationship with other companies like:
_ LARUMBE danza Company, which it has shared the “3WOMEN” project with. The Show is created in Residencia Teatros del Canal 2015.
_ Theater Company Nothing in the Fridge in the play “ALMA” (SOUL), from the director Arturo Turón. Cristina Masson, director of EnClaveDANZA has a special participation as a choreographer and dancer.
_ COMPLUTUM Company on the project “ FRAGILE ”, which incorporates the work by four choreographers on the international stage about the theme of human fragility. Performance “LIPS” in the NEW FAIR GALLERY.
_ Creative Arts Space, a company incorporating people with physical disabilities.
ATACAMA (Rom), Andrágora (Mexico), Company e-Motion from L´Aquila (Italy).and others…
Since 2012, it has been associated with the production ES.ARTE, which it performs shows and joint projects with, being the last dive of the Festival of New Creation, that will be presented to the public in October 2017, LDC FESTIVAL-A PLACE TO SHARE.
For the last years together with the producer ES.ARTE they have participated in the aid programmes from the Madrid Community and INAEM with their productions in theatres and festivals.
EnClaveDanza withholds their belief in multidisciplinary work, and in collective creation searching for aesthetic values that heightens the audience’s awareness of their message. The company’s creative process often finds itself ruled by chance, using improvisation to dive into the depth of chaos and salvage spaces of habitability.
“Our research interest is all about contemporary movement, and I am fascinated to capture a fortuitous expression, whether it happens by failed or skilful move.” (Cristina Masson).