There was a time where simple electronic technologies combined with clever ideas could amaze people who shared their passion and dreams about the future. The Atari Show takes advantage of the new technologies to be use simply, and propose a clever game to amaze people once again.
Goma transforms ordinary situations into unbeleavable funny comedy. Using an Android's based button loop system that contains sounds from famous movies and cartoons, he interact with the world that surrounds him. The audience react with loud laughs, and spontaneus applauses.
Built through years of experience to deliver a highly polished, frequently spontaneus and always hilarious show, it offers the best of both the artistic and skillful. High class contemporary juggling skills, physical comedy, unsynchronized dance moves and up-beat improvisation....And, usually, ALL in one suitcase.
Juan Manuel Gomez was born in 1981 in Santa Fe, in the Pampa Humeda of Argentina. While studying in the University of Buenos Aires, he quit his degree moved by the vibrating cultural pulse of the capital city.
As a Street Performer he had played in many of the biggest Streettheater Festivals around Europe; but also in Museums and differents Events and Fairs.
The multicultural approach, critical awareness and simplicity is spread on his work and on his personality. He had amused and mesmerized audiences in more than 25 countries.
Press article from Istria Region Magazine (Croatia) "Lots of Aplause for Mister Goma from Argentina".
From Badisches Online Newspaper, Germany(Juan aus Sudamerika had on his charming and funny performance the laughter on his side).