This Saturday at eight o’clock in the evening, at the Jorge Eliécer Gaitán Theater, a theatrical piece seeks to make the public reflect on the disappearance of bees and their importance for the ecosystem.
The company Ati-erra presents this Saturday, June 8 at 8:00 p.m. in the Jorge Eliecer Gaitán Theater, a play that seeks for the public to reflect on the importance of bees to the environment and the loss of these.
The Colmena Project is a work that combines contemporary dance, acrobatics and aerial dance with technological elements. Six dancers are part of the staging with whom it will seek to explore the interaction and retro-feeding between the physical possibilities of acrobats and aerial dancers.
“La Colmena touches the fibers of the collective unconscious that defines humanity as a species. It questions the scientific vision that abstracts the phenomena of nature and sees it only through the lens of the theory, and finally enunciates the already incipient replacement of bees by cybernetic replicas for our next generations “, explains the artist Edna Orozco, director of the play.
For this production, a group of artists explored these concepts for three years and has developed a show that manages to program 25 drones on stage.
To this, technological possibilities will be added, such as the use of infrared devices that allow an interactivity between the movements of the dancers and visual or sound reactions.