Erre que Erre Dance Company, Spain

Creation and interpretation: Mario G. Sáez
Assistant Director: Ángeles Angulo
Lighting and Visuals: Carles Rigual
Music: JPLS, Balago
Costume design: Kike Palma
Production: Erre que erre danza

Running time: 50 minutes

Hoogerman is a dance performance inspired by the work of digital artist Han Hoogerbrugge. A piece that seeks to embody the digital animation work by that artist adopting the language of theatre. If Hoogerbrugge supposes the digitalization of a man with his obsessions, anxieties and fears, Hoogerman tries to be the re-conversion of this virtual world into something organic, around the body.
Erre que erre is a collective of the artists and performers whose aim is to develop their work based on creation and experimentation with new forms and concepts of dance and movement. It serves as a platform for various interdisciplinary collaborations that result in new formats stage / exhibition and artistic projects. The group Erre que erre has always considered teamwork as the center of their own identity.
Since its inception in 1996, Erre que erre has developed a number of productions. Their major projects within last 5 years have been as follows:
Hoogerman by Mario G. Sáez, creation and premier
Rembinhútur, a video dance creation using the 360º technique
Trans-Mission, a project realized in Chile and Colombia supported by Iberescena
Tour 2012: Germany, France, Spain, México…
Principios opuestos, premier in Festival IDN, Mercat de les Flors (Barcelona)
WLD by Ángeles Angulo, Mario G. Sáez and Dimitri Fercoq
Trans-Mission, premier in Festival Lola de Esparraguera (Spain)
Avatar*, official premier in Reina Sofía Museum of Madrid and international tour
Principios opuestos by Mario G. Sáez and Víctor Zambrana
Avatar* by Ángeles Angulo and Roman Torre
Anxius Building, a piece about the work of architect Richard Rogers
Fragile, a video dance directed by Ricardo Salas and performed by Teresa Navarrete
Tour of No pesa el corazón de los veloces  
No pesa el corazón de los veloces, premier; co-produced by Teatre Nacional de Catalunya and the Norfolk & Norwich Festival (UK), with live music of David Crespo, Roger Crespo and Miguel Aguilar

Supported by
Ajuntament de Barcelona
Generalitat de Catalunya
Ministerio de Educación Cultura y Deportes