Very Very Slightly

Direction and choreography 2020
Very Very Slightly premiered on November 7, 2020 at Teatro Principal de Palma (Mallorca) and on December 11, 2020 at Mercat de les Flors (Barcelona)
The market values the quality of a diamond based on its clarity. The more impurities (or inclusions) a diamond has, the more it devalues its price. But it is precisely these small internal cracks that allow each diamond to refract light in a unique and genuine way. Very Very Slightly is at the same time a reflection on the value of knowing how to penetrate each one’s impurities to make them shine. Dance, music and light will be in charge of inviting the public to gloat over the expressive value of dissolving ourselves in our internal limitations and just like that vibrate with and towards our surroundings and environment, beyond any form or ideal.
Artistic team.

Direction and choreography: Eulàlia Bergadà

Sound Space: Marc Naya

Dramaturgy: Ferran Echegaray

Choreography Assistant: Evelyne Rossie

Performers: Olga Clavel, Evelyne Rossie, Maria Torrents, Marc Naya

Sound and Lighting Design: Toni Ubach, Sergio Roca

Audiovisual Design: Ventura López

Costume Design: Claire O’Kefee

Photography: Tristán Pérez-Martín

Teaser: Elena Rotger

Production: Anna Bohigas, Inés Lambisto

Co-producced by: Mercat de les Flors (Barcelona), Teatre Principal de Palma (Mallorca) and Morlanda Creacions SL

With the collaboration of: L’Estruch de Sabadell, Graner Fàbrica de Creació (Barcelona), Dansbrabant (Tilburg), EiMa Centre de Creació (Mallorca) and Auditori de Paguera (Mallorca).

In short, we would be speaking of a system. A system that is found in the intersection, in the joints of the theory of Dance itself, a system that casts doubts on the spectacle as a choreographic purpose. A system that is extremely temporal, geometric and mathematical, a system that touches infinity, a spiral itself. On the way to imperfection, the light increases, and the fissures expand to collapse any attempt of coordination between spectacle and Dance.
Xavier Manubens, Blog Mercat de les Flors
Sensuality, beauty and imperfection are qualities that diamonds share among them as well as with Eulàlia Bergadà’s new piece Very Very Slightly.
Joana de Querol, El Núvol