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ESCorporart is the meeting of Omar Carrum (Mexico) and Vladimir Rodríguez (Colombia), who develop a series of artistic collaborations that diversified in the field of research, creation and training from Contemporary Dance towards Theater. Starting with the piece ESCrito Absurdo, (work for two performers premiered in Mexico City in 2010 with more than 50 performances in Latin America) Omar and Vladimir turned this work into a permanent laboratory that gave way to innumerable collaborations and results that materialized in different places, both in their countries of origin and outside them.  

Among the most relevant results of this residencies was the development of the concept and practice of the improvisation method called ESCritura del movimiento improvisado (Improvised Movement ESCript).

The work traZ -humante was the result of their last residency with the company Camaleão in Belo Horizonte, Brazil. The creative process was a research trough out the dramaturgy and interaction with objects. 

ESCorporart is currently working in their next project La Ruta, composed of 3 chapters about the history, racking and criticism of masculinities in an attempt to decipher their own intimacy in complicity with the audience. 

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ESCrito Absurdo

ESCrito Absurdo is the result of a series of residences that Vladimir Rodriguez (Cortocinesis-Colombia) and Omar Carrum (Delfos-Mexico), had to investigate around the scene, interpretation, improvisation, gesture and Body states. With over 45 presentations since its inception, it has been presented in multiples Festivals of Dance and Theatre in Brazil, Colombia, Mexico, Panama and France. 


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ESCrito absurdo is a scenic improvisation show with a defined and absurd structure where Vladimir Rodriguez and Omar Carrum trace the scene and use the tools they have gathered through previous experiences and detonate them by the primary impulse generated by their instinct. The show tests the eloquence and expressiveness of movement, gesture and language, and raises a question about the implied dramatic state and the transformation process of the interpreter as the simultaneous creator that builds the communication with the audience


TraZ-humante is the result of a research and creation residency, that Vladimir Rodríguez (Colombia) and Omar Carrum (Mexico), carried out for a year with the Brazilian company Camaleão and the support of Iberescena. Commemorating 32 years of existence the company premiered the work in August 2016 in the City of Belo Horizonte. MG Brazil.

To move means to carry with the body the weight of our being. And this being is in our thinking, in our spirit, in our action. And it is in our history and in the objects that are vestiges of other histories. Precious objects that although they are useless are scars of our skin, parts of our body, synthesis of our life, fragments of that history. Objects that when related to each other reveal images of our memory, our frustrations and hopes, fragments that accompany our humanity in contrast to the fragments of other humanities. Parts of our life that only make sense with parts of other lives. We are like hermit crabs that move between the objects of others to find their own meaning.

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Vladimir and Omar invited Edwin Vargas for a new creation and are currently working in their next project La Ruta (The Path), composed of 3 chapters about the history, racking and criticism of masculinities in an attempt to decipher their own intimacy in complicity with the audience. The first chapter Las llaves de la casa (House Keys) will be presented in Bogotá Colombia in November 2018