Donatella Morrone


October 7, 2019 - October 9, 2019 10:00

PARC Performing Arts Research Centre Firenze | IT


From October 7 to 9
every day 10:00 to 13:30

Is it possible to recognize what the inner aspect of things is from their outer form? In how many and in what ways is it possible to convey alternative codes of reality deriving from the observation and analysis of immanent forms? What are emptiness and silence made of? How to decline time, be it action or observation of what is acted upon?

Donatella Morrone, during her residency at the PARC Performing Arts Research Centre, opens some of the questions of her artistic research by proposing an experimental workshop between theory and practice and inviting dancers and performers with an aptitude for improvisation to participate and share their own ideas and knowledge.
Through individual and group tasks participants will go through the focal research points that have developed from the study of the internal properties of the pictorial and compositional forms as described in “Point and Line to Plane” by W. Kandinsky.
The workshop is also open to auditors who are interested in participating in the experimental process.

The workshop is free.

For those interested in participating, please attach your CV.


Donatella Morrone has studied between Belgium and Italy. Since 2014 she has worked for national and international choreographers of fame, including Dominique Duszynski and Adriana Borriello.
Passionate about architecture and physics, she has developed since 2017 a project of artistic-scientific research linked to the composition of forms in space starting from the essay on qualitative geometry “Point and Line to Plane” by W. Kandinsky.
She is currently involved in the development of Poligrafia per corpo, a project that includes experimental research and choreography, with the support of Anghiari Dance Hub, P.A.R.T.S. Summer Studios and Fabbrica Europa.


[photo: Andrea Macchia]










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