31th March – 02th April 2016
13th – 24th July 2016
Inspired by the Canarian myth of the phantom island of San Borondón (St. Brendan’s Isle) and a short story by Portuguese writer José Saramango as well as literary fragments from Pablo Neruda and Ernesto Cardenal, the piece is about the relationship between humans and nature and the inner search for self. During the Temudas Festival, against the backdrop of the historic centre of Las Palmas and ending on the stairs of the Catedral de Santa Ana, the performance was witnessed by an audience of about 1,000.
Photos of the performance in July 2016 by Toni Hernández