Liberandum was a special creation for the Sziget Festival in Hungary.
With Liberandum, Kamchàtka wishes to pay homage to those who have had the courage to abandon the unnecessary, leave the familiar behind and move on, striving for a better world.
The story of those who have left, of those who will be leaving and of all those who have tried but have never succeeded.
Dedicated to all those who lost their lives due to our terrible migration policies in the Mediterranean sea.
Accompanied by live musicians and a videast an immerse performance was created on the main stage of the Sziget festival.
Kamchàtka is an artist collective of diverse nationalities and disciplines who’s members first met in Barcelona in 2006. Driven by the same interests and concerns and under the artistic direction of Adrian Schvarzstein, they started training intensely in group improvisation on the streets of Barcelona and researched the subject of immigration. Barcelona… an ideal city for confronting a society laden with contradictions and immersed in profound problems of integration.
Since 2007, they have created their own poetic language around a trilogy on human migration - Kamchàtka (2007), Habitaculum (2010) and Fugit (2014) and have been performing in more than 30 different countries in Europe, Asia and the Americas.
Their latest creation Alter (2021) is a site specific performance which is intimately linked to the landscape and to interaction with the audience.
In 2023 and 2024 Kamchàtka is working on two special site specific projects which take place in the South of France.
The company also offers the Migrar workshop, a unique human experience around the Kamchàtka performance, for the inhabitants of your city, as well as an indoor production with a Symphony Orchestra of your choice - Music for wild beasts - an approach to classical music for all audiences.
|Concept, joint creation||Santi Rovira & Andrea Lorenzetti|
|Performers||Maïka Eggericx, Sergi Estebanell, Andrea Lorenzetti, Judit Ortiz, Lluís Petit, Edu Rodilla, Santi Rovira, Gary Shochat, Prisca Villa, Emma Rovira, Carlota Rovira, Jan Estebanell, Josep Roca, Gloria Muriel, Leo Ferrer, Jérôme Devaud and Alice Devaud.|
|Musicians||Gloria Maurel & Samuel Tailliez|
|Video production||Lluís de Sola|
Co-production & support
A Carrer 88 S.L. Production.
With the Support of Insitut Ramon Llull