Twister_first study

Salvo Lombardo | Aura Dance Theatre

May 11, 2017 20:00

Stazione Leopolda di Firenze | IT


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Twister is born from a productive project of Fabbrica Europa Festival and the company Aura Dance Theatre that brought together the work group of Salvo Lombardo (Rome) and the Lithuanian company.

This work is built around the Twister game that in a completely cross-generational and cross-cultural way has developed an excuse for many generations to revisit the concept of physicality and proxemics through a game.

The performance questions the concept of physicality and of a body as a relation territory and uses the choreographic language as a glue of social experience that leads to the formation of a temporary community where bodies are an extension of human relationships, social dynamics, cultural products and life experience of each performer.

Salvo Lombardo, starting with a series of Twister games between two groups, intends to put up a choreography, based on connections and micro-narrations deductible from that experience, favouring a share of performer’s personal memories, both motor and biographical, which re-enactment lies in improvisation and repetition.

 

idea, choreography and direction: Salvo Lombardo
optimisation: Lucia Cammalleri and Daria Greco
performers: Lucia Cammalleri, Mei Chen, Abel Hernández González, Daria Greco, Oksana Griaznova, Evgenii Kalachev
sound design: Fabrizio Alviti
light design: Luca Giovagnoli
costume design: Kristina Sviderskaitė
organisation: Eglė Marčiulaitytė
production: Fabbrica Europa Festival (Florence), Aura Dance Theatre (Kaunas)
with the support of Anghiari Dance Hub, Kilowatt Festival, Le Murate. Progetti Arte Contemporanea
production coordination: Giedrė Bagdžiūnaitė
thanks for the collaboration to Lithuanian Culture Institute, Consolato Onorario della Repubblica di Lituania

 

[photo: Oskaras Armonas]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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