© 2017 by La trinchera.

PROJECTS

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CRUDAS (2018) Dance and performance piece by: La trinchera. Sound and original composition: Raul Porro. Light design and technician: Juan Fernando Morales. Photos: Eddie Diaz Rivera. 

CRUDAS (2019) as part of Cuerpo en Ecos Dance FestivaI curated by Kiani DeI VaIIe; orginaI sound score: Raul Porro; Iight technician: Juan Fernando MoraIes 

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Supremely suburban (2017) Photo series in collaboration with Mariana Roca (photography).
Anoxia (2016-2019) Dance/theatre performance written and directed by Joaquin Octavio. Choreography in collaboration with La Trinchera. Sound: Raul Porro. Light design: Juan Fernando Morales. Video: Raymesh Cintron
Sofrito de escarcha (2017) Concept and choreography by La trinchera. Sound: Raul Porro. Light design: Juan Fernando Morales and La trinchera. Presented at the Museum of Contemporary Art and El bastion cultural center (below). 
Diatomeas (2017) Dance, performance and video installation. Concept and direction by Beatriz Irizarry. Choreography: La trinchera. Light design: Juan Fernando Morales and Beatriz Irizarry. Music: Rene Sandin. 

Diatomeas Dance video edit in collaboration with Frank Darren.  Camera, concept, colorization and editing:

Frank Darren. 

El tarot (2018) Dance intervention. Concept and choreography: La trinchera. Comissioned for musical project La emperatriz. Photos: SUPAKID

Cuca la cuca (2017) dance presentation for Circofest event held in the streets of Old San Juan, Puerto Rico. Choreography and concept: La trinchera. Performed with the participation and collaboration of invited dancers: Lidy Paoli, Aura Emilia Gonzalez, Coral Aleman and Claudia Ortiz Arraiza. TraiIer by: Lidy Paoli
La plastica (2017) Dance and performance piece. Concept and choreography by La trinchera. Sound: Raul Porro. Light design: Juan Fernando Morales and La trinchera. Presented at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Puerto Rico.
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