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Green I Want you Brick

Green I Want you Brick it is an attempt to capture or submerge in that space/time that exists in rural places when they are transformed from their rural state to a semi-urban or urban state.
It is the bodies looking for that dichotomy between the weight of the bricks (construction) and the marathose of the aerial in nature.
The agrarian cycles are linked to the cycles of development and modernity, however, life reigns and green will continue to be and continue to do.

  • Luis Esteban Aranda Rodriguez
  • Collective
    Production and Artistic Direction
  • Ana Cecilia Moreno
    Movement creation and interpretation
  • Carolina Morón
    Movement creation and interpretation
  • Esteban Aranda
    Movement creation and interpretation
  • Diego Santagada
  • Esteban Aranda
    Video edition
  • Lagartijeando
  • Project Title (Original Language):
    Verde que te quiero ladrillo
  • Project Type:
    Experimental, Music Video, Short
  • Runtime:
    4 minutes 51 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    February 15, 2019
  • Country of Origin:
    Bolivia, Plurinational State of
  • Country of Filming:
    Bolivia, Plurinational State of
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Director Biography - Luis Esteban Aranda Rodriguez

Independent dancer, cameraman and video editor.

Bachelor in arts and humanities with a mention in modern dance at the Institute of Integral Education and Artistic Formation Eduardo Laredo in Cochabamba/Bolivia (2005-2012). Training and member of the cast of Dance Studio Jazz by Walter Albarracín and Danza Armonía by Martha Levi, Cochabamba/Bolivia (2011-2013). Scholarship in Ballet 5: 8 School of the Arts in Chicago / USA (2013-2014), training in academic technique, artistic participation with them. Also in 2014 he received a Full tuition for Men's course at the Instituto Superior de Arte del Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires, Argentina. In 2018 he completed his professional training at the National School of Contemporary Dance in Mexico specializing in Graham Technique®. He is currently studying a specialization in graphic design at the California Institute of the Arts: CalArts at a distance.

His passion for video begins at the age of 10, when he discovers a strong interest in being behind the camera with the acquisition of his first cell phone. In 2013 he started producing and editing promotional videos for the company Ballet 5: 8.

Afterwards, is part of the collective creation in the Film Estancados/Stagnant winning the "Best Independent Filmmaker 2016" at the GEABVEDIP Festival in India. It also becomes a finalist participating in more than 14 festivals in America and Europe.

From that first video-dance experience he focuses on experimenting his performance taking him to the camera with music that denote the essence of his country but explore a beat in the style of the electronic genre.

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