On this Tuesday morning at Casa Haas a press conference was held to publicize the details of “Anatomia del Amor”, a piece of contemporary dance created by maestro Víctor Ruiz that will have its premiere at the Angela Peralta Theater this Wednesday, November 6 in two functions: 5:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Together with Zoila Fernández, Artistic Director of the Instituto de Cultura de Mazatlan, and Nashieli Buelna, interpreter of this piece; Víctor Ruiz pointed out that “Anatomy about love” is a product of the Grant from the National System of Art Creators and the National Fund for Culture and Arts that the Artistic Co-Director of Delfos Danza Contemporanea and the EPDM received for the 2017-2020 period.
The teacher explained that the work was born from a dialogue with the poem “Death without End”, by José Gorostiza, which gave him the opportunity to reinterpret this foundational text of Mexican literature and make a kaleidoscope that meditates and feels essential aspects of human nature: love, heartbreak, loneliness, abandonment and questioning about religious beliefs.
Likewise, the artist shared that from a long time ago he longed to generate a hybrid between flamenco and contemporary dance, and the participation of Nashieli Buelna, a professional flamenco dancer and graduated from the Professional Dance School of Mazatlan, helped him to realize this grand exploration in over a year.
The artists pointed out that the works of the set designer Fernando Feres and the costume designer, Johnny Millán, are crucial for this piece of intimate character that, in a compact format, which will seek to attend important dance festivals.
Maestra Zoila Fernández invited the Mazatlecan public to enjoy the most recent work of one of the most important choreographers in Mexico and an essential piece for the development of the port’s culture over more than two decades.
Tickets for “Anatomy on love” have a cost of $200 pesos and can be obtained at the ticket office of the Angela Peralta Theater from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., limited to 70 people.