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  1. TWINS EXPERIMENT

    Is a choreographic collective where we develop work that has a lot to do with friendship, life and affections, and which materializes in scenic pieces, laboratories and a reading club. Twins Experiment was founded in 2014 and is leaded by Ainhoa Hernández and Laura Ramírez.

    Ainhoa and Laura. Madrileñas. Twins. We were separated at birth and reunited in 2014. Together we are Twins Experiment.

    Together we make playlists, lists, drawings, plans, collages, stickers, clubs, pieces.
    Also we dance, sleep, devise games and sometimes we share a flat.
    Twins, we are two and collective. We work from affectivity, telepathy and horizontality. To be Twins allows us to take risks that we would not take alone, together we become superheroes.

    STATEMENT

    Our work is based in facilitating a space where we can work from a collective and horizontal perspective.
    As an artistic duo we address the practice of friendship in close relation with the question of how to live together. Being a friend implies a commitment, a decision, a responsibility, a complicity. To be friends means to act as a support structure.
    We explore this question through several hours of woven togetherness.
    We work in the choreography field understanding it as an expanded concept. Our focus is in the potentialities that choreography has in itself and in the research of its dispositif
    We believe that the body has access to another kind of perception with which we can build a language different from the verbal.
    Our works try not to resolve issues but rather present them in their integral entanglement.
    We like our collective to be flexible, mutable, porous, to not be establish in a binomial structure which would enclose our identity.

    WORKS

    HOW A PERFORMANCE IS MADE?
    CONVERSATION: ROOM OR DWEELING
    everlasting softness

    OTHER PROJECTS

    El Club, reading group
    Archivo 0

    MORE INFO

    Twins Experiment website

    Vimeo here ☛ 

  2. Photographs by: Galerna foto y Miguel Carballo