Caixaforum will host this Saturday at 19.30 the first Noche Found !, a festival aimed at the public that loves the most avant-garde culture that will gather for a day some of the best multidisciplinary creators of the current scene.
The show hosts different artistic disciplines, offering the viewer a wide range of possibilities , ranging from video art to electronic and experimental music, through illustration, performance , poetry and contemporary dance.
The dancer Anna Hierro will be in charge of guiding the audience through the exhibition ‘Pharaoh. King of Egypt ‘, who will be able to rediscover the show in a peculiar way , with their own dance show, inspired and created for the occasion that aims to renew the concept of guided tour.
The illustrator Aitor Saraiba and the singer Lorena Álvarez will share their life experience through poetry, music and live painting in an unprecedented and unrepeatable action. At many points the biographies of both are united and in others they coincide with universal themes with which all can be identified.
On the other hand, the Angolan artist Nástio Mosquito will perform his performance Respectable Thief , where he explores the concepts of language and expropriation through voice, music, video and poetry. In the performance he also reflects on issues such as colonialism, identity or the idea of nation. It will be the first time you will see yourself in Spain after passing through spaces as prominent as the MoMA in New York and the English Tate Gallery.
The festival will also have an open space with bar service -called Espacio Found! – which will host the Madrid group Possible Others, who will create a unique musical experience and where the multidisciplinary artist Álvaro Valls will perform an improvising performance with interactive audiovisual effects .
The Night Found! It will also serve as a pretext to publicize the programming of the coming months. In this aspect, they will continue with the dialogue series Encuentros con … , which will focus on different contemporary talents in order to strengthen their commitment to the most restless public by betting on the most innovative and creative culture.