As the title suggests, Soundtrack is a soundtrack. It's also the soundtrack of itself.
But there are as many soundtracks as there are listeners, as
there are performers.
Because listener and performer are the same person.
The performer is the score: a score that manipulates many scores.
So Soundtrack is the soundtrack of several soundtracks listened to and performed by multiple listeners-performers.
From 23 to 24 February 2017Performances "Cool" by Quim Bigas Bassart
A journey through an archive of images and depictions of what makes us feel good, what makes us (…)
From 16 to 17 March 2017Performances "How Do You Make a Performance?" by Twins Experiment
This question is the starting point for Ainhoa and Laura. It's a common practice. It's a quest (…)
From 27 to 28 April 2017Performances "Anarchy" by Sociedad Doctor Alonso
Everything is based on freedom. But what does freedom mean to each of us?
From 27 to 28 May 2017Performances "Between what is yet to be here and what is here no longer" by J.Domínguez
In this self-portrait, Juan Domínguez creates a space where time consists of his past and his (…)
From 16 to 17 June 2017Performances “Kratimosha” by Amalia Fernández
Kratimosha is a visual/musical score that unfolds in several directions and doubles back on itself. (…)
From 07 to 08 September 2017Performances "Auto" by Cía. Lara Brown
Auto is a piece that seeks the body's identity and transformation by doing the exact opposite of what (…)
27 October 2017Performances "Natten" by Mårten Spångberg
Natten is a Swedish word that means "spending the night" (…)
From 23 to 24 November 2017Performances Danza más cabra: The Horn of Plenty Dress
Danza más cabra grew out of a pair of horns and in close relation to the fashion world, especially (…)
From 15 to 16 December 2017Performances Gazelle Twin: Kingdom Come
Following on from Gazelle Twin’s widely acclaimed Unflesh LP and world tour, her latest project - (…)
From 02 to 03 February 2018Performances "Retrato de un monstruo" by Ayara Hernández and Felix Marchand
Retrato de un monstruo (Portrait of a Monster) is a trio halfway between comedy and mystery, (…)
From 09 to 11 March 2018Performances "SenecioFicciones" by Sara Molina
Six men on stage, six singular beings who enter into an interrupted relationship: real appearances (…)
From 26 to 27 April 2018Performances "Pelucas en la niebla" by Cris Blanco
Pelucas en la niebla [Wigs in the Mist] is a concert, a pocket musical, an essay on emotion in music, (…)
27 June 2018Concerts, Performances "Exotourisme” by Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster and Perez
Exotourisme is a retro-futuristic soundtrack for transitory replicants and nocturnal renegades. (…)
From 27 to 28 September 2018Performances “Lo que ya no vemos—Esto que ya no se ve” by Ignacio de Antonio Antón
This is a choreographic investigation into censorship and how it is related to bodies and things (…)
From 26 to 27 October 2018Performances “A World History”, by David Espinosa
A master class in history, an audiovisual survey of global memory through the manipulation of (…)
22 November 2018Exhibitions "Insect Train” by Cecilia Bengolea and Cía Vlovajob Pru François Chaignaud
Cecilia Bengolea and Florentina Holzinger stage a collective experiment about the connections between (…)
From 30 November to 02 December 2018Performances “NASSIM” by Nassim Soleimanpour & Bush Theatre
NASSIM explores the freedom and limitations of language, how words can divide and unite us.
14 and 15 MarchPerformances “Lava” by Sara Manente and Marcos Simoes
Lava has a different composition, temperature, viscosity and behaviour (…)
10 and 11 AprilPerformances “lo pequeño” by Cris Blanco, Jorge Dutor and Guillem Mont de Palol
A place where the real becomes fiction and the fictional becomes reality (…)
10 and 11 MayPerformances "Jinete Último Reino Frag. 2” by María Salgado and Fran MM Cabeza de Vaca
A piece that combines sound, synchronised video and live performances by Fran MM Cabeza de Vaca and (…)
27 and 28 JunePerformances The List, by Quim Bigas
A site-specific performance in which the artist recites a list of little things and big things (…)