In a dance project, I develop a narrative of the movement, connecting the emotions that bring the theme, choose the dancers, the music and other scenic elements that will accompany the performance. Simultaneously on the production of the piece, I work on the lighting, costumes, stage design, and other technical details.
An immersive fusion of dance, music and multimedia that explores the duality between creativity and innovation, along with exponential power and economic control.
Focusing on global food production and technological progress, the work captivates and causes thoughts. In collaboration with dancer Juan Tirado and a talented team, it premiered on May 27, 2023 at Kilombo Kleinow.
This premiere marks the opening of the new artistic center in northern Brandenburg, Germany. The work was funded by Fonds Darstellende Künste. More
ConeXion is a dance battle that brings together Urban Dance, contemporary dance and ballet dancers on one stage.
Improvisation and creativity make everyone vibrate and fulfills the idea of bringing the art of dance to the public in a direct and accessible way. With the music of the DJ and two moderators, the artists create a symphony by fusing styles.
ConeXion celebrates multiculturalism by intertwining individual expressions in a unique harmony. More
It is a piece that confronts the complex social division through walls, visible as well as invisible. Merging dance with Mexican rhythms and techno, it evokes the emblematic fall of the Berlin Wall and the building of new walls in a globalized world.
This piece challenges to explore fear and power, questioning inequality and exclusion from a perspective based on global data. Through Josue Abraham Palma's multimedia, lighting and music, we enhance these thoughts.
With a cast of 14 exceptional dancers and the outstanding participation of prima ballerina Elisa Carrillo Cabrera, this work premiered at the Danzatlan 2022 Festival in Mexico City. It is a project of Elisa Carrillo Cabrera's foundation, supported by EFIARTES.
Teresa (alias, the mexican)
This Solo is the scenic conjunction between dance and theater narrative. Based on the novel "La reina del Sur" by Pérez-Reverte, the play distills the emotions of Teresa's character, exploring her search for identity as a Mexican and hope.
With melodramatic and tragicomic touches, the play shows the power of money, the danger of drug trafficking and the life of a woman linked to the narcos' world. A special tribute to loved ones who have been affected by organized crime.
This performance has captured the attention of audiences in Mexico, Germany, France, Israel and Spain and continues to be updated.
A contemporary dance piece that reflects the vertiginous life in the metropolis of Mexico City. Ten characters move frenetically in an accelerated and multicultural rhythm, showing the catharsis of urban life.
By fusing Mexican rhythms with electroacoustic compositions, Now(H)ERE invites the viewer to reflect on existence and the search for love in the midst of urban chaos.
The work was produced by the Centro de Producción de Danza Contemporánea de la Ciudad de México in 2016. Since it is part of the company's repertoire, it is a production that has been presented on many stages in the Mexican Republic to date.
Duet that questions gender. Inspired by similarities and differences between the feminine and masculine, the artists seek to question conventional concepts. Dressed as soldiers, the duet defies gender competition and depicts clichés with humor and wit.
Shostakovich's music culminates in a finale that merges the masculine and feminine. This creation brings together dancer Juan Tirado, cellist Luise Rau and pianist Max Renne, weaving a visual and sonic symphony that seeks to explore a nuanced understanding of identity.
The premiere debuted under Klangkörper, a dance and music concept by Yeri Anarika and UMtanz, on November 17 at Mkc Templin 2021.
Behind the door
Solo dance that explores the symbolism of facing a closed door. To the rhythm of Arturo Márquez's Danzón No. 2, Yeri Anarika's choreography addresses the universal desire to transcend barriers, open closed doors and embrace the unknown.
The dance expresses desire, impatience, curiosity and decisive moments. With movement, abstraction and touches of humor, this Solo goes beyond the basic symbolism of facing closed doors.
The work was created in 2013 and its last performance was in July 2023 at the Laois Platform in Ireland.
A dance solo, accompanied live by Max Renne's interpretation of Stockhausen's Klavierstück IX. The work reveals a transparent nature that shows the seven basic emotions, seeking to change from one emotion to the other smoothly and skillfully.
Stockhausen's music merges with dance, taking the audience through an emotional and authentic experience. With a duration of 15 minutes, this piece is an exploration that translates every gesture and every movement into every musical note and sound.
The work was created in 2020 for the Jaten in Paradies program in Brandenburg and presented in 2021 in the Klankörper Program at Mkc Templin.
A series of solos choreographed by Christine Bonansea, where Yeri Anarika participates as a dancer. Each solo symbolizes a bird that represents isolation and fantasies of escape.
Through lighting, videomapping and dense sounds, the space becomes essential, highlighting human oppression and helplessness.
Inspired by Michel Foucault's "The Utopian Body", the work suggests that the body can be a space for perception and creativity.
It is a work created with Sigma Contemporary Dance in Singapore, as a development of a choreographic exercise that took place during a week of immersion in the Dance and Composition workshop directed by Yeri Anarika.
This creation addresses issues such as gender, borders and freedom by weaving a fluid and provocative dialogue. Dance becomes a channel to explore the implications of these issues in the Singapore context, connecting with the identity and experiences of the performers.
LOOK IN_Wall was an experience that invited the dancers and audience to reflect and dialogue on aspects of today's society. An emotional and conceptual journey, capturing the essence of dance as a means to explore and understand the world around us. Presented on December 2019 in Singapore.
A work that immerses us in a magical world inspired by a fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm, The Star Talers. The choreography merges with the musical composition by Aziza Sadikova.
Yeri Anarika transforms the story of an orphan girl who shares what little she has and in return, stars fall from the sky, transforming into gold coins.
Premiered in 2014 and performed through 2017 in Brandenburg, Germany, this show amalgamates music, dance and the story in a 60-minute experience. The work is presented with the contemporary music orchestra Ensemble Quillo.
Quijote Siglo XXI Juegos de Artificio
A Site Specific work inspired by "Don Quixote of La Mancha" and created by Yeri Anarika with a cast of 20 dancers and a child. This work celebrated the bicentenary of Cervantes, using the Cervantes Institute in Mexico as a stage.
Divided into 6 scenes, the performance captures and transmits the emotional essence of the fundamental values of Don Quixote: bravery, idealism, honor, loyalty, devoted love for Dulcinea, the fight against injustice in the face of imaginary challenges, the exploration of truth in reality and the power of humor in the face of obstacles.
The piece illuminates the sense of searching for the meaning of life in a world full of challenges and contradictions.