Alma de Rímel


Alma de Rímel & The Glammatics is a concert by Maria Jerez (aka Alma de Rímel) accompanied by The Glammatics (aka Elii). This concert produces music from the creation of images. While an image is constructed, the sounds are produced. This synesthetic relation creates the base for the lyrics of the songs. This concert appears like an unexpected note from the desire to do music for the very first time, to make music with no idea of how to do it, in order to stay in the wrong tone for a longer time. The golden space where it takes place is full of objects, images, sounds and voices that are no longer identified as separated entities. The Glammatics are placed on the golden reflective floor where they display their ‘spikey’ forms and their surfaces made of mirror, velvet, leopard, fake marble, fluorescent tube, red leather, plastic, glitter, golden lacquer, air and pink steel.

"This performance, halfway between Murder, She Wrote, a performance by David Bowie, a YouTube tutorial and a text by Derrida [...] A Russian doll procedure where the enigmatic, the celebratory and the unknown intermingle, a terrain explored in other works by María Jerez and Elii."

Iván López Munuera


30 min

Alma de Rímel by María Jerez

The Glamatics by Elii

Costumes by Jorge Dutor

Web by Fernando Giménez

Co-produced by Kunstencentrum BUDA, Teatro Pradillo and Festival SOS4.8, The Dark Side Of The Party

Special thanks to Nilo Gallego, Arantxa Martínez, Iván López Munuera, Uriel Fogué and Fernando Giménez


La escena de un crimen: Alma de Rímel & The Glammatics by Iván López Munuera

Ciudad de una noche by Fernando Gandasegui

Alma de Rímel & The Glammatics at MAS CONTEXT



10/02 BACANAL SÂLMON, Fabra i Coats, Festival Sâlmon, Barcelona, Spain


12/08 Avant Garden, Sommerfestival, Kampnagel, Hamburg, Germany

04/01 Living Room Festival 2017, Madrid, Spain


06/03 BRUT imagetanz 2016, Vienna, Austria

21& 22/01 PNEU ‘16 Szene - Salzburg, Austria


01/05 Festival SOS4.8l, The Dark Side Of The Party, Murcia, Spain

28/02 Premiere in WE LOVE RADIO in Buda Kunstencentrum, Kortrijk, Belgium