PABLO ESBERT LILIENFELD & FEDERICO VLADIMIR STRATE PEZDIRCPRINT THIS PAGE
Pablo and Federico collaborate since 2014. Their work makes use of speculative fiction within dance/performance, documentary, photography and sculpture to interrupt normative narratives that have been naturalized by historical discourses.
Introducing the Star -their first collaboration- materialized as a dance solo, a film diary and a music album. Songs of Hain was their second project together and was awarded with a Scholarship from MAC FENOSA and supported by NAVE in Santiago de Chile. Their most recent project is Dragon, rest your head on the seabed a piece for six synchronized swimmers taking place in a swimming pool, produced by Veranos de la Villa and presented in Santarcangelo Festival.
Pablo Esbert Lilienfeld (Madrid, 1981) is a musician and choreographer. He holds a BA in Audiovisual Communication from UCM Madrid, a degree in Contemporary Dance from the RCPD Madrid and a diploma from Research Studios at P.A.R.T.S., Brussels. He often collaborates as a musician, performer and assistant with Alessandro Sciarroni.
Federico Vladimir Strate Pezdirc (Buenos Aires, 1983) holds a BA in Communication from the UCM Madrid, and an MA in Visual Communication at the Royal College of Arts in London. His work has been awarded several distinctions including first prize at Auditorio de Galicia and Creación Joven INJUVE.