CLOSKA is an intimate performing experience that immerses the audience in a fascinating journey. The characters, Ka and Clos, narrate the adventure of their companion Closka, a turtle on a risky and uncertain mission to find her way home.
The show unfolds an artistic language that intertwines dramaturgy, visual arts, and emerging technologies such as video-mapping and live-cinema, thus challenging the boundaries between various artistic disciplines. The inspiration for the tone and rhythm of the show comes from the great masters of Haiku, like Masaoka Shiki and Matsuo Bashō. CLOSKA takes poetic contemplation a step further, transforming it into a force that awakens curiosity and stimulates creativity in each viewer, regardless of their age.
PETIT BIG BLUE is big and blue. He is big, blue, and very curious. His curiosity takes him to unknown places and evokes new emotions in him.
With the help of ENE, he will be able to recognize these emotions, deal with them, and store them.
Taking the pictorial universe of Wassily Kandinsky as a starting point, we will take a small journey with ENE and PETIT BIG BLUE through their new emotional inventory.
The proximity of the audience to the performers makes the show a unique experience for children and their parents, allowing them to enjoy together this proposal where dance, visual arts, and digital media are presented in a way completely unknown to them.