This was the starting point which formed the bases of the different spaces that make up the map of planets in the 7th edition of the SÂLMON< Festival. This edition is designed as a dialogue between different spaces which regularly feature contemporary performing arts as part of their programmes, research work, residences and projects...

SÃLMON< and its participating organizations are committed to supporting artists, their individual work processes and realities to pave the way for a viable and sustainable artistic career. All of our collaborators help make this possible by working to design a convenient and differential context to provide new, cutting edge forms of presentation and launch, to create a unique rapport between artist and spectator in order to share practices, meetings and new ways of perceiving artistic realities and the performing arts

Therefore the programme of this seventh edition is spread across different ‘universes’ and spaces around the city to represent a map of Barcelona’s cultural ecosystem.

It is promoted by Graner, the Mercat de les Flors, Fabra i Coats – Creation Factory and Barcelona City Council in conjunction with the Antic Teatre, La Caldera, La Poderosa and the Joan Miró Foundation in their joint wish to create a network of dialogue to build an increasingly strong, interwoven fabric in the form of contemporary arts festival in the city.

Meanwhile, other key spaces such as the Auditorium, CaixaForum, MACBA, Sala Hiroshima, MNAC and Zumzeig also host the festival’s events, and each endeavour to foster dialogue, supporting author’s proposals and together make up a more open and cohesive SÂLMON Festival.