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We asked ourselves how children between 3 and 5 might relate to space and time. We ended up looking at the foundations of maths, geometry and architecture. The MAUSHAUS Architecture Workshop joined the adventure, and we set out to build this unique story together.

The world is a big place to discover. And two curious nomad women eager to explore new lands in search of new experiences are wandering through it. While roaming around the world, Saka and Tamán arrive at a strange, disorganised and chaotic location full of surprises. They find a giant egg there that they will lovingly care for.

Through play, manipulation and experimentation the scene becomes a place where architecture, geometry and maths are born in a natural way. When the materials are poetically transformed, the lines, points and plane become a teepee or a wall. All while life is pulsing inside the mysterious egg.

The curiosity of the nomad women drives them to continue on their way; leaving behind traces of their presence that only another human would be able to understand.

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FETEN 2013 Award for the Best Costumes

Artistic staff
  • Cast: Rosa A. García, Ainara Unanue
  • Technician: Kandela Iluminación
  • Music: Koldo Uriarte
  • Theatre Space: Taller de Arquitectura Maushaus
  • Costumes: Elisa Sanz
  • Lighting: Kandela Iluminación
  • Photography: Aitor Audicana
  • Authors: Rosa A. García y Koldo Uriarte
  • Director: Charlotte Fallon
International tour

Ireland, Mexico, France

Highlighted performances
  • Encuentros Te Veo 2016
  • FIET – Fira De Teatre Infantil i Juvenil de les Illes Balears 2015
  • FETEN 2015
With subsidies from
1 Ministerio de Cultura y Deporte
2 Eusko Jaurlaritza / Gobierno Vasco
3 Ayuntamiento de Vitoria