Choreography based on the materials from the third part of Larandland for the third year students of contemporary dance at the Skolen for Moderne Dans in Copenhagen, Denmark, 2010.
Choreography-in-process generated by the interactive dance laboratory organised by NU2’s, in the context of the IDN – Image, Dance, New Media Festival. The piece is a collaboration between Àngels Margarit and Núria Font that seeks an organic relationship, a dialogue space between gesture, images, light, and sound, a vegetal kinetics for a dance solo where Àngels Margarit makes images dance as she dances, movements beyond the body itself.
IDN – Festival d’Imatge Dansa i Nous Mitjans. Barcelona, 2007.
L’Estruc, Sabadell, 2008.
Choreography with materials from Tèrbola for workshops for students in the 6th course of contemporary dance at the Institut del Teatre de Barcelona, Spain, 2005.
In FRAMED, a proposal by Núria Font for Fridays at the American. Gavà, Spain, 2004.
Espèces d’espaces, 23’
Creation based on the repertory of El Somriure for the Compagnie Coline, in residence at La Maison de la Danse, Istres, France, 2003.
Improvised structure on J.L.Borges, with Joan Saura (music) and Núria Font (video) in Kosmopolis – Festa Internacional de la Literatura, CCCB, Barcelona, 2002.
Margarita la Tornera
Choreography of the opera by Carlos Fernández Shaw and Ruperto Chapí directed by Emilio Sagi. Madrid, Spain, 2000.
Ella diu el vent, 40’
Creation for the Watton & Edwards Company, London, England, 1999.
Creation for the CNDC, Angers, France, 1998.
Version of a section of Suite d’estiu recomposed for 16 people as a repertory workshop for students in the 7th course of contemporary dance at the Institut del Teatre de Barcelona, Spain, 1997.
Creation for the Espacio Alterno Company of Caracas, Venezuela, 1994.
Vuit Dones amb Vermell
Choreography for the Nit del Cava, inauguration of Reventós i Blanc cava wines, 1989
Choreography at the Pabelló Mies Van Der Rohe
For the jewellery exhibition by Victor Caparrós, designed by Pep Anglí and Amàlia Pascual. October, 1987. This installation received the Premi F.A.D. for ephemeral installations.