Starting off with coffee and sugar, Laia RiCa, who grew up in El Salvador and Germany, considers both her own biography as well as the stories of German immigrants to Latin America and their colonial continuities. Personal questions and doubts about belonging are juxtaposed with documentary material. Interwoven with live music, flying cotton candy and the scent of roasting coffee beans, Laia RiCa has found a unique aesthetic.
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Dramaturgy & Outside View: Antonio Cerezo
Music (Live Performance): Yahima Piedra Córdova
Live visuals: Daniela del Pomar
Artistic collaboration: Leicy Valenzuela
Stage design: Marian Nketiah
Lighting design: Vanessa Farfán
Dramaturgical advice: Ruschka Steininger
Production assistance: Rodrigo Zorzanelli Cavalcanti
A production by Laia RiCa in co-production with GFP/das wunder. International Figure Theater Festival. Funded by the Individual Project Funding of the Senate Department for Culture and Europe. The research was supported by the Schloss Bröllin Residency Program, Fidena Residency Program and TakeCare Residency/ Fonds Darstellende Künste. With film footage from "Die Zivilisationsbringer" by Uli Stelzner and Thomas Walther and poem fragments by Rosa Chávez.
The Salvadoran artist Laia RiCa shatters the boundaries between documentary object theater, performance art and visual theater.
Performance: Laia RiCa, Yahima Piedra Córdova, Antonio Cerezo, Vanessa Farfán, Daniela del Pomar
Concept: Laia RiCa
Camera, Edit: Nadja Rothkirch
Production: Toni Zahn
Additional Footage: Quietcityfilms
Music: Masks - Yahima Piedra Córdova