The Odyssey of Latung La La is a scenic, poetic and parateatrical work with a great load of visual poetry. “I went with the ship in search of the treasure, but I could not take it because the treasure was the island”.
The Odyssey Of Latung La La is a visual poetry scenic piece
of objects and paratheatrical.
David Ymbernon is a multi-talented artist possessed by the color orange. His whole world, his life, his work, revolve around this colour, and his work is a continuous line that starts from the begining, from his childhood.
Creation and direction David Ymbernon
Live music Xavi Lloses
Lighting design Elisabet Augé
Assistant on stage Andriy Antonovskiy
Video making Marc Vila
Photografies David Ymbernon i Miquel Ruano
Produced by LaSala / El més petit and Cia. David Ymbernon
format room show
audience location 2 sides of the scene
Recommended ages from 2 years old
Audience capacity 80 people/sessions
Running time 35 minutes
Touring production and booking management firstname.lastname@example.org
"Ymbernon's meticulous work establishes him as a precise manipulator of objects. His boats, instead of antlers, are anchored with a drainage tap. Ymbernon invites the spectators to come close to him, placing the stage at the centre". Jordi Bordes (Recomana.cat)
"I built my own fantasy world in which I took refuge. Orange, which came out when I was a teenager, helped me to channel this powerful parallel reality. It made me feel free to do whatever I wanted". David Ymbernon (entrevista al Diari de Sabadell)
"Its playful dimension gives his work the pulse of freedom, freshness, weightlessness and the childishness of a dreamlike world that characterises it and that Ymbernon knows how to materialise and present, with a poetic narrative that shapes each event and the storyline that links each and every one of the works". Ester Xargai (el Temps de les Arts)
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