Annamaria Ajmone


October 6, 2020 20:00

PARC Performing Arts Research Centre Firenze | IT

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Also scheduled at 21:00

At each time the solo is played by a different performer
20:00 Annamaria Ajmone
21:00 Marta Capaccioli


Il Segreto (The Secret) is a choreographic action with three rotating sound machines, Rose Spinner, imagined and created with Francesco Cavaliere. The Secret and its practice, staged by a dancer or several dancers, reveals in concealing: one of the crudest symptoms of human instinct. In a geographically close, open, earthly, indeterminate, multi-time ecosystem, whispers, inverted creatures, and desert roses alternate.

For Fabbrica Europa 2020, Il Segreto is presented in the form of two solos danced by Annamaria Ajmone and Marta Capaccioli.

Il Segreto is part of the NO RAMA project, conceived and created with Marta Capaccioli, Lucrezia Palandri, Giulia Pastore, Jules Goldsmith, Francesco Cavaliere.


Annamaria Ajmone is an Italian dancer and choreographer. The body intended as a mouldable and changeable material, capable of transforming spaces into places, is at the centre of her research. Her works were presented in various dance, theatre and performing arts festivals, museums, art galleries and non conventional spaces, in Europe, Asia, Northern Africa and the United States. As a dancer, she has worked with Alias Compagnie, Ariella Vidach, Daniele Ninarello, Santasangre, Cristina Kristal Rizzo, Mithkal Alzghair, Moritz Ostruschnjak. She works with a number of artists on projects that vary in nature and length, including Caned Icoda, Palm Wine, Bienoise, Francesco Cavaliere, Muta Imago, Strasse, Industria Indipendente. For Matera, European Capital of Culture 2019, she signed the coreography for “Abitare l’opera, Prologo tra i Sassi / La Cavalleria Rusticana”, directed by Giorgio Barberio Corsetti (production Teatro San Carlo, Naples). She recently created the body spacing for the FALL 2020 menswear fashion show of Magliano and the body modulation for the FALL 2020 womanswear fashion show of Marni. She received the Danza & Danza award as “best young Italian performer” in 2015. She coordinates Nobody’s Business for Italy, an open source platform for the sharing of artistic practices. For the years 2019-2021 she is associated artist of La Triennale Milano Teatro, Milan.
Francesco Cavaliere is an Italian visual artist, musician and performer. After studying theatre and music at DAMS University in Bologna, he moved to Berlin. Among his numerous collaborative projects, he presented a work with Elisabeth Kirche at the Draftsmen’s Congress for the 7th Berlin Biennale; he gave a performance of the multi-media work Mirror Trance Theatre with Marcel Türkowsky at the Gymnastic Sounds Festival in Amsterdam; he performed John Cage’s Branches, Child of Tree with Ignaz Schick at the Ausland in Berlin; and he created Sea Urchin, light and sound actions with Leila Hassan for Camping#1/Hundebiss. His solo works, both in visual art and in music, include: the solo exhibition Soffio che Scotta at Marsèlleria in Milan (2016), Squame Mosaico / Guanto Parabola / Gancio Cielo at Live Arts Week in Bologna (2015), The Glowing Glove at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Roskilde (2014), Lancio Meta Meteo at the Grimmuseum in Berlin (2014), Set Mosaic with Ghédalia Tazartès at the CTM Festival in Berlin (2013), the audio performance Gancio Cielo, alla ricerca del terzo occhio di tartaruga (2013) on display at Art Bruxelles, Musica Galvanica at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Warsaw (2013), the lecture Volta di Lame di Lune, and Mercy at the 2012 Liverpool Biennial. He has recorded with Hundebiss Records and Presto!?. Francesco Cavaliere is known for the sensitivity with which he combines sounds, materials and space, showing a highly particular taste for the most diverse forms of exoticism. His works are capable of enlivening his listeners’ inner states in an imaginative journey populated by ephemeral presences, phenomena generated by glass, minerals and voices recorded using analogue technologies.


concept: Annamaria Ajmone
played by
Annamaria Ajmone
Marta Capaccioli
music and diffusion system: Francesco Cavaliere
Project realized with the support of Fondazione CR Firenze


[photo: Luca Del Pia, detail]












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