In 2017 Cristina Morales was working on her four famous women with disabilities, protagonists of the novel Easy reading (National Prize for Literature 2019) when he launched the laboratory “Anarchist dancers, dancing anarchists” in the busy and self-managed center of Can Vies in the Barcelona neighborhood of Sants. To the poster-collage that he prepared in search of dance partners, he added some leaflets: “We will oscillate between several poles: on one side the dream of flying, and on the other the force of gravity, on one side the ideal of the free body, on the other, the training that underlies that ideal. On the one hand, the desire to get out of oneself, on the other the fear of getting lost and getting hurt. On the one hand, fullness, on the other the risk of falling. ” Elise Moreay and Elisa Keisanen attended the call for the poster-collage of “Anarchist dancers, dancing anarchists” and in Can Vies the first steps took place.
Cristina Morales, writer: “Confinement has been romanticized”