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Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Fuerza Bruta ratified in Works the validity of Wayra, a telluric rave with treadmills, water pools and harnesses

Before the announcement of Brute Force in Works, without a doubt that the challenge was not minor: to re-release in the iconic stadium a work that was seen eleven years ago in Luna Park. The risk was that after a decade it would have less impact and lose the appeal of being the novelty of the moment.

Nevertheless wayra continues to be as forceful as in its 2011 premiere and Fuerza Bruta confirms that its proposal is original both for those who have never seen them live, as well as those who have been following their evolution since the times of The Black Organization, De la Guarda and those anthological stagings in Cement, the Velodrome and even the Obelisk.

It is no coincidence that the idea of ​​the Diqui James-Gaby Kerpel duo has traveled the world and added more than 6 million viewers in 58 cities in 34 countries, because they really managed to create something new, following the path marked out by La Fura Dels Baus.

Now, after the recess forced by the pandemic, they have managed to rearm and resume activity with a company here at the Obras stadium and another on tour in Korea.

classic scenes

In the manner of rock groups that modify their list of songs on each tour, a comparison that the Brute Force like to use, wayra It maintains its great hits and allows itself the flexibility to make small modifications, some to adapt to the venue in question and others to update the work.

Brute Force show at the Obras stadium.  Photo: Rafael Mario Quinteros

Brute Force show at the Obras stadium. Photo: Rafael Mario Quinteros

So how are the famous paintings of the runner on the treadmill Y the pool that descends about the viewers. And the music is still a display of electronics that manages to unite a rave with folkloric airs, but it is not exactly the same. More video screens are also being used than in 2011, thanks to advances in the technology itself.

For an hour, Fuerza Bruta takes the classic recital stadium by storm and turns it into a space for reverie and sensory experiences. The colors, the rhythms and the movement manage to mix the real with the oneiricand again.

A world of sensations

At the beginning, a bunch of hanging bodies moves above the people, like a gigantic bunch of grapes that give rise to the tasting of perceptions for the senses.

Later, a man in a suit begins his journey, walking alone, bumping into pedestrians, running and then falling exhausted on a bed.

What follows, perhaps, is what he dreams of. Or perhaps it is as Borges wrote: “God moves the player, and the player moves the piece. What God behind God does the plot begin with dust and time and sleep and agony?”

Immediately afterwards, in the best De La Guarda style, several women with harnesses walk through the air, stepping on a kind of silver cyclorama that suddenly enveloped the entire audience, enclosing it in a world without walls that refers to the historical setting of the Villa- Town.

Wayra, from Fuerza Bruta, at the Obras stadium.  Photo: Rafael Mario Quinteros

Wayra, from Fuerza Bruta, at the Obras stadium. Photo: Rafael Mario Quinteros

The protagonist seems to wake up. Drops of water fly and try to arrange an endless number of chairs and tables, going through a wall. The image is powerful.

Brute force.  Photo: Rafael Mario Quinteros

Brute force. Photo: Rafael Mario Quinteros

The following picture involves the huge pool that appears above all the public, who yes or yes must participate and move from time to time, without being able to relax and watch from a seat, because there is none.

The huge pool above the heads of the spectators at the Obras stadium.  Photo: Rafael Mario Quinteros

The huge pool above the heads of the spectators at the Obras stadium. Photo: Rafael Mario Quinteros

And although there are slogans proposed by the actors and actresses of this fascinating physical theater, each one reacts in their own way, not only dancing but also trying to touch the protagonists or the pool itself.

The electronic murk

Brute Force at the Obras stadium.  Photo: Rafael Mario Quinteros

Brute Force at the Obras stadium. Photo: Rafael Mario Quinteros

At the end, some murga dances arrive in two spaces located in the corners. There are people from the audience who get up and dare to improvise a choreo with the cast, while a DJ drives a huge fan that distributes air, pieces of paper and water, while playing with huge boat horns.

"Wayra", by Fuerza Bruta, in Works.  Photo: Rafael Mario Quinteros

“Wayra”, by Fuerza Bruta, in Works. Photo: Rafael Mario Quinteros

The farewell is on the main stage, with drums, more shouts of “Murga!”, a canvas that brushes the heads of the public and a tube that sucks the protagonist. Another powerful image.

Wayra in Works.  Photo: Rafael Mario Quinteros

Wayra in Works. Photo: Rafael Mario Quinteros

Went back wayra, well. It will be just a couple of weeks in Obras, where it can be said that they made their triumphant return.

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