May 17, 2009 19:00
within the project MOVING_movimento
At the beginning, a musician comes to the front of the stage with his cello, sits down and starts to play. Soon the dancer takes his place beside him.
But what promised to be a duo is quickly interrupted by the increasingly impetuous gestures of the dancer that in the end cause the musician to move away.
The whole piece fluctuates between a possible “togetherness” and “singleness”.
Constructing his piece around the paradigm of pain and loneliness, Antonio Montanile deals with what makes him dance, the after-affects present in his body and the traces of violent suffering experienced in the past.
Un fascio di nervi develops as a kind of relation in dialogue in which the rhythm, poised between suspension and relief, underlines the hesitations of the two protagonists in their tentative approach.