Conference by stage director and visual artist Marta Pazos

23 Oct 23
Location Elisava (La Rambla, 30-32), Room 110 (1st floor)
Schedule 5 p.m.
Marta Pazos

The set designer Marta Pazos visits Elisava to offer a conference, organized by the Master in Set Design for Theater, Film and TV, in which she will share her experience in stage productions, as a creator of shows, as well as her way of approaching an artistic piece from a plastic point of view and visual dramaturgy.

Theater and opera stage director, set designer, playwright, costume designer, performer and visual artist, Pazos has developed over twenty-five years a solid performing career with her own voice that has made her one of the most relevant avant-garde artists. Spanish scenic.

His work stands out for its plastic dimension and for its aesthetic emancipation beyond realist theater, implementing color in a radical way, producing a strong charge of beauty and a great visual impact, while blurring the borders between fiction and reality.

About Marta Pazos

Marta Pazos (1976, Vigo) has directed theater and opera for large entities since 2000. Graduated in Fine Arts from the University of Barcelona specializing in painting, she completed her training in Italy after 20 years of self-taught development on stage at the Scuola Cònia de la Societas Rafaello Sanzio. She founded her own companies Belmondo (2000-2005) and Voadora (2007-2022) with which she signed some of her most emblematic productions.

Its stagings include the world premiere of the opera ‘Alexin B’, by Raquel García Tomás, about the biography of the intersex icon Herculine Barbin, the world premiere of the award-winning opera ‘Je suis narcissiste’, by Raquel García Tomás, finalist at the International Opera Awards 2020 for best world premiere; the versions of Shakespeare’s works ‘Othello’ told from the female characters, ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ with transgender as the core theme or ‘The Tempest’; the versions of the works by Federico García Lorca ‘Untitled Comedy’ and ‘Voyage to the Moon’; or ‘Garage’, a work on the role of women in the automobile industry starring PSA Peugeot-Citröen workers.