MEET THE ARTIST
Free Event: Monday February 4, 7:00pm
Monday, February 4
7:00pm (60 mins)
My artwork it is focused on making a Portrait of Movement in a handcrafted way. I consider that every person has a specific and unique way of move themselves: The way they walk, the expressions in their daily day…
As I have grown on a dancing environment, I have assisted to numerous and diverse dancing performances. In the beginning, I felt frustrated as spectator trying to understand the plasmation of the plot.
Once I had the chance of seeing Sylvie Guillem. I suddenly understood the deeper meaning of every movement on her performance as she would be talking to me without using any word.
In the artwork that I am offering you, I have wanted to reflect every nuance that Sylvie transmits to each one of the different dancing styles that she dominates as I consider her as one of the most important summit in the world of Dancing.
In the introduction of “Dance On Paper” I have portrayed some of the most important characters of the Twentieth Century, as Charles Chaplin or Michael Jackson, whose particular way of Movement defines them very clearly.
As my artwork it is totally handcraft using only coloured pencils and paper as in the traditional animation filmmaking, I have wanted to accompany the projection of the film with a few pictures that reflects the work-in-progress of the animation sequences.
Join Diego Aguda Pinilla Thursday, January 31 for the opening of his weekend-long screening at 25CPW of Dance on Paper
Catch the screening of Diego Aguda Pinilla’s film El Aparecido