Teatro das Figuras, Faro / Sat 26 OCT 21h30 DANCE / 45' / M6 / 5€ - BUY
During the experience of the project Migrant Bodies, between 2014 and 2015, the artist develops an idea for a new performative practice that is deeply germinal. Starting from the observation of the migration flows of some animals that at the end of their life return to spawn and die in their natal territory, the artist began working on the concept of turning. The english term is translated and represented on stage in a literal sense, through the action of the body rotating around its axis: the action develops into an emotional psychophysical journey, a dance of duration, in the same way in which turning also means to evolve, to change.
The TURNING project is divided into different presentations and events that the artist calls versions.
CHROMA_don’t be frightened of turning the page is the solo version directed and interpreted by Alessandro Sciarroni himself, borrowing the title and subtitle respectively from Derek Jarman’s book of colours and from an album by Bright Eyes, the artist’s favourite rock band.
Invention, Performance: Alessandro Sciarroni
Lighting Design: Rocco Giansante
Dramaturgy: Alessandro Sciarroni, Su-Feh Lee
Music: Paolo Persia
Outfit: Ettore Lombardi
Curator, Promotion, Consulting: Lisa Gilardino
Administration, Executive Production: Chiara Fava
Technical Director: Valeria Foti
Tour Technician: Cosimo Maggini
Research, Comunication: Damien Modolo
Production: corpoceleste_C.C.00#. MARCHE TEATRO Teatro di rilevante interesse culturale
Coproduction: CENTQUATRE-Paris, CCN2 – Centre chorégraphique national de Grenoble, Les Halles de Schaerbeek
Premiere Paris (F), Le Centquatre, 06.04.2017
Alessandro Sciarroni is an Italian Artist active in the field of Performing Arts, with several years of experience in Visual Arts and theater research.
Awarded the Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement in Dance by the Venice Biennial – 2019, his works are featured in Contemporary Dance and Theater Festivals, Museums and Art Galleries, as well as in unconventional spaces and involve professionals from different disciplines.
His work tries to uncover obsessions, fears and fragilities of the act of performing, through the repetition of a practice to the limits of the physical endurance of the interpreters, looking at a different dimension of time, and to an empathic relationship between the audience and the performers.
His works have been performed worldwide: Europe, South and North America, Middle East and Asia.