—Martín Erazo is an authority on anything physical and theatrical, as well as on stage design. All of his projects with La Patogallina involve painstaking visuals, both as far as their design as well as their costumes, masks and music are concerned. He has been involved with street theater classics such as El húsar de la muerte, Haim, 1907 el año de la flor negra and Paloma ausente, as well as with a huge number of street intervention projects, passacaglias and large-scale events.
—Leandro Mendoza is a true representative of new Catalan circus, a discipline that, while maintaining the traditional roots of Catalan circus, embarked on a new path, establishing a close relationship with other artistic styles. Almost 40 years after it emergence, Catalan circus exists in three of the countries the art form originally emanated from: France, Canada and the United States.
—It’s an interpretation that’s loosely based on Memoria del fuego, perhaps the most comprehensive and ambitious piece written by Uruguayan Eduardo Galeano. In its three volumes, written between 1982 and 1986, he tries to tell the story of the continent both metaphorically and based on evidence.