Agua is a flamenco piece that ‘drifts’ in between dance, visual theatre, performance and art-installation. Its inspiration draws to water as a material existing in continuous movement, depth, colour, texture and sound, and its philosophical significance as source of life.
In this piece, eminent Israeli artist and choreographer Adva Yer, in collaboration with Andrés Marín who is one of the most innovative voices of flamenco Avantgarde working in the world today, go on a personal and poetic journey over the Mediterranean water currents between Spain and Israel, or in Henri Matisse’s famous painting The Swimming Pool.
The piece was filmed at the well-known cultural centre La Aceitera (an ancient olive oil factory) led by the celebrated flamenco artist Rocío Molina.
All lighting fixtures have been provided by Vari-Lite.