EILA is a scenic project born from the poems of Rosalía de Castro and mixed with the painting of her son, the landscaper Ovidio Murguía.

With the intention of sharing the power of these two references of Galician culture, Vanesa Sotelo and Davide González build a show based on a visual and sensory dramaturgy.

A work of art wakes up in a forgotten warehouse and wants to know its identity: Who is it? Who does it belong to? What is your memory? What is your privacy?

Looking to go beyond the recital, Eila proposes a hybrid piece in which movement, music and word merge with the intention of revealing the memory of the anonymous voices that inhabit us and rescue the referents around us.