Claiming the street as a natural meeting place, Itinerània practises and ephemeral and festive intervention in the public space. Its creations and installations made primarily of iron and wood, using visible basic mechanical structures and devices. It is a markedly participatory proposal which arouses the curiosity of all ages.
Itinerània was born in 2006 sheltered from “la Fira de la Pesseta” (Tona, Barcelona, Spain), inaugurating its transformed bicycles, Las Cibicletas, and the first performance of its first installation, El Laberint. In 2012 Itinerània showed for the first time Titeretú, its second installation, at the festival MAC (Barcelona, Spain) and at the end of that year Laberint II was born and had its première at the festival Bonjour l’Hiver (Annemasse, France). In 2015 they had the premiere of its new proposal Who Killed my Rabbit? at FiraTàrrega.
The company has been with its installations at many festivals in several countries such as: Spain, France, Portugal, Belgium, Italy, Germany, Austria, Louxemburg, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Slovenia, Croatia, Latvia, Denmark, Norway, Singapore, Costa Rica, Hong Kong or Bahrain.