URBAN BODIES PROJECT-GUADALAJARA

by Mexican-German choreographer Yolanda Gutiérrez explores with dancers from the city of Guadalajara emblematic architectural sites of the historic center, from the colonial period to the 19th century and today's functional spaces, creating with the audience a walk through the city center accompanied by a sound design that includes a series of decolonizing dances and actions.
URBAN BODIES PROJECT - GUADALAJARA is a decolonizing performative walk through architecture, the stories of spaces and bodies, in different sites in the center of the city of Guadalajara. Project created by the Mexican-German choreographer Yolanda Gutiérrez who since 2017 has presented it in different versions in international festivals in Europe. For the first time she will present it in Latin America in the framework of the Festival de Teatro en Plazas Públicas in the CDMX in its 2022 edition and now in Guadalajara.

Decolonize your mind! Decolonize your body! Decolonize your city!


[Conzept/Choreography] Yolanda Gutiérrez
[Dramaturgy] Antonio Salinas
[Management] SHAPE THE FUTURE
[Production Guadalajara] Javier Rodríguez
[Assistance] Alexej Schmidt
[Audio/Musik] Ciro Liberato
[Narrators voice] Yolanda Gutiérrez, Antonio Salinas and the dancers
[Dance/Choreography] Omar Gabino, Cythya Agredano, Syanya Sánchez

Funded by Goethe Zentrum Guadalajara and the Ministry of Culture and Media Hamburg

With friendly support from Secretaria de Cultura de Jalisco