Director & Choreographer
The Shape of a Day is a contemporary dance duet, directed by Bea C. Bidault, created and performed in collaboration with Theo Arran.
'Nobody can question that things fall again. A man gets sick and suddenly on a Wednesday relapses. A pencil on the table falls twice in a row. [...] Theoretically, nothing or no one would think of falling again, but the same is bound to, mainly because they fall back without conscience, falling again like never before.' Julio Cortázar
The duet explores how a couple takes care of one another, what losing the ability to relate with our surroundings means, and how animism relates to the concepts of purpose, identity and being alive.
Direction: Beatriz C. Bidault
Choreography: Theo Arran & Beatriz C. Bidault
Director’s Assistant: Edd Arnold & Carla Sisteré
Mentorship: Lali Ayguadé
Performance: Theo Arran & Beatriz C. Bidault
Film director and editor: Rita Gratacos
Co-produced by Arts Council England, Inmoviment 2.0, Tripspace – Tripspring Residency and L'Obrador espai de creació.
2020-2021 (Spain – United Kingdom)
With the support of Nunart Guinardó, Ample Space, Wayne McGregor Studio and The Place.