ACME was created in 2016 with the purpose of unifying all stage and education work created by e Albert Quesada and his collaborators Federica Porello, Zoltán Vakulya, Mireia de Querol and Marcus Baldemar, and has developed over the years by performing and creating around Europe.
Albert has directed all the performances until 2016: Solo on Bach & Glenn (2005), Solos Bach & Gould (2010), Trilogy (2011, created with Vera Tussing), Ensemble (2012), Slow Sports (2012), Wagner & Ligeti (2014), Slow Sports Outdoors (2014), Slow Sports Kids (2015), OneTwoThreeOneTwo (2015), Viva (2016), It’s time (2017)(with Federica Porello & Zoltán Vakulya), Flamingos (2019).
ACME will also collaborate with other artists with similar interests and affinities.
ACME creates work and is interested in art that focuses on:
– the love for detail – the endless complex relations between movement, music and meaning
– the analysis of the temporal structures and repetitions
– how music can express and communicate ideas
– how organised noise of music evokes images and turns them into thoughts
– speed and its different qualities in stage performances
– the coexistence of different temporalities
– learning skills from musical compositions
– the proprioception and awareness of moving bodies
ACME teaches adults, professionals, amateurs and children. The members of the company teach the skills developed during the creation of stage work.
L’Albert Quesada continua la seva investigació personal sobre el món del flamenc i la seva complexitat amb la intenció de trobar l’origen mateix del moviment i del cant. El coreògraf vol descobrir el motor del flamenc i desplaçar-lo a altres cossos i altres músiques per tal de generar un nou sentit. Aconseguir, al cap i a la fi, que la petita espurna que cadascú custodia dins seu es converteixi, finalment, en un gran incendi.