A colossal wall of limestone, half a mile high, and the cable railway of Fuente Dé served as a unique framing for a large-scale performance that recreated the coexistence of Christianity with some of the ancestral legends of Cantabria. The legendary characters, such as Ojáncano and Anjana, were represented by a giant and a trapeze artist; and the Christian myths by images taken from the codex of the Blessed of Liébana.
Isidro, Isaac, Oscar, Bruno
ARTISTIC PERSONNEL (FURA)
Joaquim “Tatin” Revenga
PYROTECHNICS: Carles Llorenç
TRANSPORTS TO LIÉBANA
GIANT REPAIR, WHEEL
REHEARSAL SPACE BARCELONA
Ca n’Oliveras (Martorell)
This macro-performance, celebrating the end of the jubilee year in Liébana, Cantabria, is the only one to date staged in a natural park. La Fura dels Baus used the landscape’s own characteristics as large scenic elements on which they developed their piece.
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