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Eva Hibernia
Eva Hibernia
Was born in Logroño in 1973. Between 1992 and 1996 she read dramatic arts, dramaturgy and direction at the Real Escuela Superior de Arte Dramático de Madrid (RESAD) and has trained in a range of areas including dramaturgy, writing, performance, mask, dramatic body memory, hara, voice, creativity. She also studied music, piano and singing at the Logroño conservatory and has taught a variety of classes on writing and directing. With Júlia Bel she founded the Delirio company which aims to fuse the dramatic arts through performance.
Her theatrical writing includes the following works: La pieza del adiós (1994), a short; El bestiario del tiempo (1995); Mu – fragmentos – (1995); Los días perdidos (1996); Almada (1996); El arponero herido por el tiempo (1996); La hija de Barrabás (1999); Juana – delirio – (2000); Lamento (2001), a short; Confesión de la sangre para mujer negra (2005), another short; Fuso negro (2004); Una mujer en transparencia (2007); La América de Edward Hopper (2008‑2009) and Aves de paso (2010), a radio drama.
As part of her dramaturgical work, she has contributed to L’Avare by Molière (2000) and The Seagull by Chekhov, under the title Ñi Jujri Mujri [No es fácil de decir] (2005). She had also directed the following plays, performances and stage pieces: Almada (1996); Hambre ciega (1997); Mu‑Performance (1997); Santa imagen (cabaret cítrico) (2003); Cova Cortázar, with dramaturgy by Karel Mena based on texts by Julio Cortázar (2004); Preparativos para un viaje o cómo hacer la nomaleta, a poetic performance in conjunction with Teresa Urroz (2005); Meditación en la orilla oeste, a theatrical installation (2005); Reina Coralina, a theatrical installation (2005); Trece rosas by Júlia Bel (2006); Madamas Butterflys, a performance by María Stoianova (2007); Río Rojo by Júlia Bel (2008); Una mujer en transparencia (2008); Delirarte, performance‑dance (2009) and La América de Edward Hopper (2009).
As a poet she has written El libro es el lugar (1999); Juana de Arco visitada en versos (2002); Sacando los poemas del cajón (2003), with poet Júlia Bel; Quatrifolio, quadern per a la difusió de les arts (2003‑2005); Geminianas (2004), with poet Laura Freijo; Punt de trobada, poetic installation, (2004); Espejos con nombre en la casa de la poesía in the anthology Las voces del Extremo (2010) and Almanaque de poesía (2010).

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La América de Edward Hopper