The voices of the desert

The voices of the desert

guests Laila Karrouch and Sílvia Munt presents and dinamizes Albert Lladó


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Running time

1 h 30'




In Catalan


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How do we amplify the meaning of concepts? How have other cultures transformed the landscape and the body in metaphor? Beyond information, what is the mechanism that turns the everyday into the poetic?

Laila Karrouch, a Catalan writer of Tamazight extraction born in the Moroccan city of Nador and author of Que Al·là em perdoni (Columna Edicions 2021), Petjades de Nador (Columna Edicions 2013) and De Nador a Vic (Estrella Polar 2009), and Sílvia Munt, author and director of the documentary Lalia (Goya Award to the Best Short Documental 2000, filmed in the Saharan camps in Algeria), reflect on the profoundly polysemic language of the Berber people.

A continuation of the forum for dialogue, criticism and debate organised by the Teatre Lliure and fostered by Marina Garcés and Albert Lladó, where the tools of theatre art and philosophy are used to consider today's great conflicts. This season there are eight sessions.

On the Teatre Lliure Youtube channel you can find the Escola de pensament sessions recorded.
With the help of the Institut Ramon Llull on recording and subtitles in English.

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