Screening of a video compilation proposed by Tripak (aprox 90′).
Tripak make theatre and are inviting you to take part in this session of Illegal_Cinema.
We’d like to share material we’ve been gathering for the past few years. Things made by other people that envelop and complete our own pieces Aitaren larrua (2015), Urruna (2019), and our last, most recently-begun project, here at Bulegoa z/b.
We’ll be bringing many of the videos we’ve found, all kinds of creations –rare or commonplace, beautiful or banal, contemplative or fleeting– that have helped us weave the worlds our works are situated in. You are invited to the mad mad world of Aunt Marina.
Limited seating available.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to attend the event.
Tripak is a company whose members are Marina Suárez, Natalia Suárez, Andrea Berbois, Maite Mugerza and Mayi Martiarena. It was set up in 2014 by Marina Suárez y Mayi Martiarena, who had been working that year at the Sala Baratza creative laboratory and founded the company in order to be able to present their own work, based on their own experience and vision. Their first short piece, Maite, was presented at La Noche Scratxe#8 in Baratza. In 2014 they began work on Aitaren Larrua. With this piece, they found their way into their own way of working. It travelled to different spaces in the Basque Country (Durangoko Azoka 2015, Eztena 2015, Sala Baratza, La Monstrenka), finalising at Museo Artium, Vitoria-Gasteiz at In-TACTO festival. In 2017 they began work on Urruna during a residency at Sala Baratza, which was followed by others at AZALA, Sala Baratza, GaraiOn Sorgingunea and Teatro Pradillo). Different versions of the piece have been staged at Teatro Pradillo, Oihaneder Euskararen Etxea and Noche Scratxe#11. In July 2019 the company adapted Urruna for an open air festival by Eremuak’s HARRIAK programme at Markina-Xemein. Having finalised work on the piece at their latest residency at Teatro Pradillo, it premiered at La Fundición Bilbao as part of BAD festival. In 2020 they were awarded an Eremuak artist’s grant which will allow them to continue work on their new project.