Choreography

Wilber uses choreography as a creative field. Through it, he sets and develops the results of his movement research. As a choreographer, he uses methodologies such as site-specific, improvisation and geography on space, all of them influenced by a ludic taste.

Within his choreography repertory, Wilber talks about social matters such as wars, gender violence, discrimination and phobia toward LGBT+ community and migration.

His choreographic work has been presented in different venues in Mexico:

  • Laboratorio Arte Alameda, Mexico City.
  • Academia de la Danza Mexicana, Mexico City.
  • Centro Cultural Segundo Piso, Puebla.
  • Auditorio Guillermo y Sofía Jenkins, Universidad de las Américas Puebla, Puebla.
  • Sala de Artes Escénicas, Universidad de las Américas Puebla, Puebla.
  • Sala de Danza, Universidad de las Américas Puebla, Puebla.
  • Ciudad de las Canteras, Oaxaca.
  • Hospital Psiquiátrico "Cruz del Sur", Oaxaca.

Choreography Repertory:

  • Names game (2020), work in progress.
  • Propiedades huecas en condiciones favorables(2019).
  • Feliz cumpleaños abuelita (2018).
  • This is serious, stop the fire (2017).
  • Discurso mmm (2017).
  • Notic-elio (2017), in collaboration with Claudia Franco.
  • Oye, veme, dime(2016), in collaboration with Natalia Quezada Shrimpton and Luisa Teresa Rodríguez.
  • La tiricia(2016), in collaboration with Ximena Gómez.