Pianist, actor, director and playwright. General Director of Compañía Buenos Aires Escénica and founder of Teatro Defensores de Bravard.
Since 2013, he has developed Proyecto Pruebas, focused on the research and analysis of perception, representation models, scenic procedures and language. The project includes the following pieces: El espectador (Prueba 1), La desintegración (Prueba 2), Las convenciones (Prueba 3), El tiempo (Prueba 4), El ritmo (Prueba 5) and El hipervínculo (Prueba 7).
He has written and directed many plays, including Reflejos, Breve Relato Dominical, Hacia donde caen las cosas, Rapsodia para príncipe de la locura and Pasolini.
He has received numerous awards, special mentions and grants, including the Dramaturgy National Award, Teatro s.XXI, Teatro del Mundo, Germán Rozenmacher Dramaturgy Award, Fundación Antorchas Grant, Fundación Carolina Grant, Konex-Argentores, and Iberescena Grant.
His works and plays have been published by different publishing houses including Colihue, del Rojas, INT and Excursiones. He teaches at the Universidad Nacional de las Artes (UNA) and also gives lectures, master classes and courses in Latin America and Europe.
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It is reprogrammed in case of rain.
From the Latin ''prospectus'': overview, a view from afar, point of view, perspective; from the verb ''prospicere'' that means looking from a distance, with a prefix, ''per'' (through) and a ''specere'' (looking, observing). Seeing through...but through what? Television, a newspaper, social media, a seat in the theater? Which one is the lens? Who builds the symbolic space from which we look, and that builds the contemporary perspectives of the world? What interests lay behind?
The world does not exist. There is a theater, a scene built from a gaze. This gaze projects an image on the thing that prevents it from being seen. Everything around us is entangled and complex, but we expect it to produce simple answers, slogans, although this expectation is nothing but pure apophenia: the ability to see recognizable, nameable figures in spots, clouds, wood grains, etc.
Creating the ''point of view'' is an ideological, strategic, subtly violent act.
Performers: Ale Canosa Baigorria, Manuel Camilo García Burattini, Felipe Villanueva, Daniel Niborski, Norberto Novellis, Marcela Conte, Aldana Nasello, Nicolás Gerardi, Tamara Belenky, Agostina Maldino, Juan Jimenez, Martín Bertani, Juan Marcelo Buono, Silvia Bassi, Alicia Labraga, Constanza Feldman, Natali Lipski, Daniela Sofía Tallarico.
Costume: Lucila Rojo
Assistant director: Hernán Lewkowicz
Dramaturgy and direction: Matías Feldman
Coproduction: Secretaría de Cultura – Vicente López and BP.19