Where do our treasured memories go when we are not remembering them? Life, Melvin, is a Fish is a crash course in memory hunting presented by Noemí Luz, who takes on the complex challenge of preserving memories in collaboration with sound designer José Tomé and dramaturge Iris Victoria Dekker.
Noemí Luz is a dance artist who's work spans traditional, contemporary and experimental flamenco. Her choreographic practice is a unique investigation into the art form, embracing flamenco as an expressive language capable of embodying the present moment, illustrating the times we live in and addressing the issues we face.
As well as choreographing for her own projects, Noemí is also Co-Artistic Director of contemporary flamenco dance company Dotdotdot Dance. She has performed at Sadler's Wells Theatre (London), The Sadler's Wells Takeover of the National Theatre River Stage (London), Dancenet Sweden Touring Network (Sweden), Coetani Festival of Experimental Flamenco (Athens), Flamenco y Mestizos Festival (Madrid), Centro Andalúz de Arte Contemporáneo (Seville) and PAUL Studios Collective (Berlin) and at numerous traditional flamenco venues, among them Tablao Arenal (Seville), Peña la Perla de Cadiz (Cadiz) and Casa de la Guitarra (Seville) as well as appearing as a guest on CanalSur TV and BBC Radio.