EDUARDO VALLEJO PINTO. Producer, director, choreographer and dancer (Asturias, Spain) with current residence in Madrid, has developed his artistic training in classical and contemporary dance in various European institutions and Middle East. His career has developed in various fields of dance in countries such as Spain, Italy, Germany, Sweden, Switzerland, Romania and Israel.
As a performer, he has participated in various projects throughout these years, both as a freelance in specific projects and as a permanent member of the company. In turn, he has taught at Liverpool John Moores University / Institute of the Arts in Barcelona.
As his foray as a choreographer for his works are based on a personal methodology that investigates and encodes the movement through the search for a gesture created from fictional characters generated by himself. At the same time, coupled with a development of a personal methodology of the movement, which is bastado architectural confections of the stage space, generates a process of thorough and coherent project construction.
Finally, their participation in work with Oysho Studio, CraneoMedia and Sony Music as a choreographer for various audiovisual projects, along with his experience in production for several years working with Tezoro Productions and world Dance Movement around Europe, added to projects as Assistant Director and producer have taken him to found his own production company.
Batbox Productions has served as a platform for creating their own pieces and thus having a team and collaborators, both technical and artistic, to the development of their projects. Thus arose “Tell the Dust”, his debut film which featured choreographers residency in community 2017 (Madrid) and premiered to great reception from the public in November of the same year.
Since then he has concentrated on the creation almost uninterruptedly. Among the pieces of their creation can count on: “Refraction”, “Theory of Doubt”, “Indulgence” selected for the 11th program of artistic residencies of the dance channel Centre (Madrid) and, finally, part “not Time to Rage” that has earned him a grant as novel creator by the community of Madrid and be selected for the residency program of the company Nacional de Danza (CND).
Finally, if we wanted to describe his work from these pieces, we could say that construction of gender issues are developed in contexts dystopian with a great dramatic load, take precedence where inner exploration of the characters, and situations toxic counted human psyche where the contemporary technique and intense physicality serve as tools in the narrative style.