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2004

 

After having been immersed during 5 years in Mongolia  recording telluric songs and living with the last shamans of the Altai Mountains, I was already in the Pyrenees finishing the staging of the character "The Prince".

 

The fascination with the world of masks led me to release these objective expressions that have always seduced me, photographed by my friend and collaborator Maria Escobedo.

 

 

1996

On images captured from a video of "Humà humà" filmed by María Escobedo, Oriol Vilaseca proceeded to digitize the images to get these Black Buddhas or deities of darkness.

 

1983

 

CANT A LA MÍMICA

 

Book of photographs by Leopold Samsó about "CHARTER"

 

 

From this short thirty-minute piece, turned out to be an exceptional book of photographs by Leopoldo Samsó and complemented by texts written by Jacques Lecoq, Joan Brossa and Xavier Fàbregas respectively.

 

This precious book entitled CANT A LA MÍMICA, edited by Fournier in papier couché and printed in a hole engraved with a silver plaque, deserved the praiseworthy criticism of Luis Permanyer in "La Vanguardia", writing that you had to go to Japan to find such well-made books .

 

1976

Returning from Bali to settle permanently in Barcelona, ​​the photographer Joaquin Muntaner summoned me for a photo session, which would play with the contrast of the presence and poses of a model with popular masks from the Topeng theater in Bali and expression games with these same masks.

 

1976

Bali, Indonesia

When I met the great dancer of Topeng, the teacher, Gunka, I told him that I had been fascinated by the art he practiced and I would be very honored to receive some teachings of his person that would guide me in the art of the mask. Gradually Eastern philosophy and culture would make a dent with my creative process.

 

On photographs of my brother Victor Vidal then resident in Bali, Oriol Vilaseca has made the following photomontage.