The Game we play – Lab


January 19, 2020 15:00

PARC Performing Arts Research Centre Firenze | IT

Info and registration

Registration is open for the movement workshop conducted by Flavia Zaganelli in collaboration with Sara Paternesi and Antonio Savoia, scheduled on Sunday 19 January from 3 to 5.30 pm.

Following the research started for the choreographic project The Game We Play, Flavia Zaganelli, together with the dancers Sara Paternesi and Antonio Savoia, leads a movement workshop open to people interested in “getting involved”. During the workshop physical practices, games and the playful universe on which the project is focused will be explored.
After a brief warm-up, participants will play some of the games that have marked our childhood. By exploring a common playful universe, they will create a completely new and personal one, altering the rules and principles that make up each game and together forming new and unexpected combinations through the languages ​​of movement, dance and even drawing.

The workshop is open to children and adults, professionals and non-professionals.


Flavia Zaganelli is a dance maker and performer who lives and works between Italy and Berlin. She trained in contemporary dance by attending courses and workshops held by international artists, including Cristina Rizzo, Diego Agullò, David Zambrano, Anna UNowicka, Peter Jasko, Jared Gradinger, Annamaria Ajmone. Between 2016 and 2017 she completed an intense period of training in dance and performance in Berlin, attending SMASH # 9 and graduating from the TANZFABRIK School of Contemporary Dance. Since 2013 she has worked as a performer for Italian and international artists such as Romeo Castellucci, Anna Nowicka, Abhilash Ningappa.
Since 2014 she has started to create her own works. In 2017 she created two group works in the context of the Tanzfabrik, and the duo Ways of Being Together with Clara F. Crescini, presented at the Teatro delle Moire. Since 2018 she is part of the performative research collective Edgar C., that she founded together with six Berlin artists and with which she produced It Used to Be Like That presented in two festivals in Berlin.
She is currently engaged in the production of The Game We Play.
She holds a bachelor’s and master’s degree in Cultural Management.










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