Tribes: the unified field Written and Choreographed by Sara Shelton Mann
Corpo/Ilicito: The Post-Human Society 6.9 Written and Directed by Guillermo Gómez-Peña
This double bill features original pieces by Granada Artists-in-Residence.
Sara Shelton Mann’s Tribes: the unified field is a journey into the past and future fluctuating between verbal and non-verbal language. It explores the spiritual basis of human origin beyond cultural differences.
Guillermo Gómez-Peña says, “Corpo/Ilicito : The Post-Human Society 6.9 explores both the legacy of fear of the Other — the criminalization of the brown body inherited by the Bush administration — and the emerging culture of hope, imagination and faith that has developed in response to the former world order. It tackles this historic moment of dramatic reinvention by looking into the immediate past and attempting to manifest a possible future without resorting to quick fixes and false hopes as co-directed by the audience”.
Guillermo Gómez-Peña is a performance artist/writer and the director of the art collective La Pocha Nostra.