Author ········· Edgar Allan Poe
Medium ········· Print
Published ······ July 1845
Language ······· English


Yabba by Maria Jerez with Ainhoa Hernández Escudero, Laura Ramírez, Óscar Bueno Rodriguez, Javier Cruz and Alejandra Pombo


Yabba is a cosmos with its own order, its own rhythm and its own systems in movement that invites you to enter a new logic. A hybrid of different technologies, an amalgam of entities in constant transformation in time, that produce other things in their own coexistence and in the encounter with those who observe them. Things that transpose images, concepts, ideas, emotions that occur precisely at that moment of encounter with the entities of that deformed and changing cosmos. A kind of world that is everything and nothing, is full and empty, that takes all forms but does not yet have any. Yabba is right there, changing. It paints its own colours, it changes its shapes, it unfolds its materiality... This state of constant transformation proposes an attentive look: a look that pays attention from the inability to name what it looks at.

Yabba is accompanied by Lanoche, a musical project by Ángela de la Serna, a mix of experimental electronics, ambient, deep house and atmospheric slow techno .


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Duration: 60 min

Yabba is a piece by Maria Jerez with Ainhoa Hernández Escudero, Laura Ramírez, Óscar Bueno Rodriguez, Javier Cruz and Alejandra Pombo. Co-produced by Veranos de la Villa, SZENE (Salzburg) and Zürcher Theater Spektakel (Zurich). Project funded by Apap-performing Europe 2020, with the help of “Creative Europe” - European Union Program.

Premiere: Veranos de la Villa, Nave 16 Matadero Madrid//19th & 20th July 2017

PNEU, Szene, Salzburg// 17th January 2018