Lúa Coderch works with stories as if they were objects, investigating the practices of storytelling, which have been the privileged way of transmitting vital stories since the dawn of time. Stories and verbal images that are offered to those who listen and which produce moments of ghostly visuality. Some are their own, others have been received as a gift, now interpreted by a different memory and a different voice.
With A return trip Lúa Coderch invites us to make a brief trip together in a golondrina, the old recreational boats of the port. A while in the sun, if it shines, accompanied by a few stories and some silences. The route intertwines with the voice while we keep our eyes on the landscape or focus on something, some scene. It is a lost period of time, since we left the dock until we return, with the excuse of seeing the city from a distance, from another perspective, as if we were leaving, except that our trip, just like the migratory birds, is one way and return.