José Antonio Portillo returns with his Library of Ropes and Knots, a circular wooden space containing shelves jostling with fragments of life: unpublished manuscripts, sheets of music, items found in the rubbish. The idea is to create a dialogue between the gaze of the spectator and the items that make up a life and discover the stories that they tell. This time the Library of Ropes and Knots is accompanied by the Library of Noises and Sounds. The audience enters an octagonal chamber, meant to symbolise the brain, and is guided by percussionist Enric Monfort in an exploration of how we gather, store, transform and react to sound. Recommended for ages six to twelve.
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