ELOY GONZÁLEZ

Creator, director and programmer.

 

He was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Graduated from the National Drama Conservatory.

 

Realized his studies with Germán Trabella, Pompeyo Audivert, Enrique Klentak,

Norman Brisky, Carmen Baliero, Raúl Perrone and Nora Moseinco.

 

In 2004 makes the opening of Pablo Picasso’s play “Le désir attrapé par la queue”

for the first time in Argentina.

 

Between 2004 and 2007 works for the “Teatro Colón’s Research Center” (CETC)

and in the “Contemporary music Cycle” in different national and international

productions in the following areas: Direction, Stating, Light, Acting.

 

In 2006 and 2007 he take part Direction and mise-en-scène alongside Martín Bauer of these plays: An Alphabet by John Cage (Teatro San Martín), Vanitas by Salvatore Sciarrino (Teatro Presidente Alvear) and Infinito Nero by Salvatore Sciarrino (CETC).

 

In 2006 he’s invited by María Kodama (Jorge Luis Borges International Foundation) to participate in the hommage for the 20 years of the writer’s death. He stages the theatrical installation “Enigmas del tiempo”.

 

In 2007, he plays along with Margarita Fernández in “Conferencia o El Orden de las cosas”, theater play by Martín Bauer (CETC). And also, as an independet production, sataged "Il Diavolo tentato" by Giovanni Papini at the ancient Verdi Theatre placed in La Boca.

 

In 2009 he stages “El Vampiro” by Horacio Quiroga, in a mise-en-scène mixing theater, cinema and radio soap opera.

 

In 2008, 2010 and 2011 is hired by Eyeworks – Cuatro Cabezas and Cru Films to work with the editing team in different documentaries for Latinamerican channels: History Channel, HBO and Infinito.

 

Since 2007 untill these days is programmer and director for Necrodrama, experimental art movement about young people’s death, that from it’s documentary basis, uses resources from diferents artistics disciplines. It’s objetives is to desarticulate the formal elements for representation throug the abscence. 

 

Lives on an exotic and paridisiac island at the northeast in Brazil far away from civilization.

Eloy González was born in Argentina. He graduated from the National Conservatory of Dramatic Arts. He studied filmmaking with Raúl Perrone, music with Carmen Baliero and acting with Norman Brisky and Nora Moseinco. In 2004, he premieres for the first time in Latin America a little-known play by the painter Pablo Picasso, El deseo atrapado por la cola ["The Desire Caught by the Tail"]. He began working at Colón Theater‘s Experimentation Center and in the Season of Concerts of Contemporary Music at San Martín Theater Complex. He is the founder of Necrodrama. The Necrodrama series generates divided opinions from the audience. He directs more than twenty works and premieres his first feature film La nada in Rio de Janeiro.