A small group of people walk around the city, following the Swiss writer Robert Walser, interpreted by Esteban Feune de Colombi. It is a theatrical work on foot, inspired in the universe of the Swiss writer of the first half of the 20th century and his universe, which are increasingly admired today.
The walk results in meetings that may be improvised or not, appearances, passing figures that make participants observe the everyday landscape in a different way. The act of walking as another way of exercising the sight and of living time, open, also, to the unexpected.
With more than one hundred performances behind it, Robert Walser’s Walk has already walked around many cities on both sides of the Atlantic.
Esteban Feune de Colombi
Born in Buenos Aires He has lived in Paris and Geneva and works around the world. He is a poet, actor, photographer and performer.
He was born in Barcelona. He has lived in London, Sao Paolo, Miami, Caracas, Bogota and Buenos Aires. He is a writer, stage director and curator of cultural projects that mix literature, theatre and contemporary art. Marc and Esteban created the Compañía La Soledad in Bogota in 2011, focused on travelling scenic productions, performances and site-specific productions. The two share divide the ideas and production of each project between them: Caellas directs and Feune de Colombi acts.
They turned the novel The Walk by the Swiss writer Robert Walser into a theatrical work on foot, which they have been performing since 2012 in the streets of Buenos Aires, Montevideo, Bogota, Sao Paulo, Havana, Mexico City, Madrid, Barcelona, Terrassa and Majorca, in festivals like Fringe (Madrid), TNT (Terrassa), Filba (Buenos Aires) and Kosmópolis (Barcelona), working with institutions such as the University Museum of Chopo (Mexico), É Baluard (Spain) and the Fine Arts Museum (Argentina).
The last project they premiered is Bolaño, vuelve a casa, an apocryphal walk around the Raval neighbourhood, a walk through literature, an homage to the poet Bolaño in the Barcelona of the late 1970s.