A project based on the Material Memory cycle belonging to the Holidaymakers exhibition held at MARCO in Vigo and coordinated by Pablo Fidalgo Lareo himself.
Pablo Fidalgo Lareo (Vigo, 1984) is a stage creator, writer and live arts curator.
He has premiered the stage pieces O Estado Salvaxe. Espanha 1939 (2013), You will have to go to the war that begins today (2015), chosen by the newspaper Público (Portugal) as the best theater show of the year. Together with the book My Parents: Romeo and Juliet (Pre-texts, 2013), these pieces form part of a research project on the memory of history through personal and family biography. In 2017 Daniel Faria premieres (Dona María II Lisboa National Theater), in 2018 Anarchisms. A clearer river runs through the center of the room, and in 2019 his latest production, premiered at the Spanish Academy in Rome, Qualcosa nascerà da noi.
He has published the poetry books Physical Education (Pre-Texts, 2010), chosen by El Cultural as one of the 5 best poetry books published in Spain in 2010, La retreat (Injuve Award, 2012, Artesequienpueda editions, 2014), Three dramatic poems (Ediciones Lilliputenses, 2015), This I feared, this I wanted (Pre-texts, 2017) and Chronicle of the birds of passage (Rialp Ediciones, 2018, Accésit of the Adonais Prize). His poems have been collected in different anthologies and some of his books have been published in Argentina, Chile and Portugal. He has written the texts for the scene Só há uma vida e nela quero ter tempo para constructor-me e destroy-me (Ciclo Panos, Culturgest, Lisboa, 2015) and Allez mourir plus loin (HTH, Montpellier, 2016). His texts for the stage are collected in the volumes Autobiography of my generation (MARCO, Vigo, 2014) and Three dramatic poems (Ediciones Lilliputenses, 2015).
He has curated performing arts cycles for MARCO (Vigo), and Alhóndiga Bilbao. Between 2015 and 2020 he has been artistic director of the Scenes of Change Festival, in the City of Culture of Santiago de Compostela.
Project, 2014. Texts: Pablo Fidalgo Lareo, Eduardo Pérez-Rasilla, Alberto Ruiz de Samaniego, Cláudia Dias, Rui Catalão, Gabino Rodríguez, Olga Novo, Miguel Bonneville. Language: Spanish. Pages: 231 Binding: Softcover Format: 11 x 17 cm