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la Biennale di Venezia
Main Visual Sezione Teatro EN (new)


Peeping Tom

8 > 12 August 2012
Fondazione G. Cini, Sala delle Capriate
Gabriela Carrizo / Peeping Tom
On the Creative Process: Thought in Movement
Workshop for 20 dancers and actors, and 5 auditors (in Italian, English, and Spanish)
Open presentation: August 12
Fill in the application form no later than 24 June 2012
(Applications started on 8 June)
Applicants must provide:
  - CV in pdf format
  - Photo portrait and full figure
  - Links to videos of previous works (max. 3 videos, max. 3’ each)
Important note: incomplete applications will not be accepted
Selections will be made by the curator of the workshop and the Theatre Sector of the Venice Biennale; the outcome of the selections will be notified by June 30, 2012.
The fee for each workshop is Euro 60.
Any additional costs (travel, accommodation, meals etc.) will be borne by the participants.
For more information: :
Gabriela Carrizo (Cordoba – Argentina, 1970)
She studied dance from the age of ten in a multidisciplinary school and through the age of nineteen danced with the Ballet of the University of Cordova, where she began to create her first choreographic works. She then decided to move to Brussels to work with Caroline Marcadé and in the four years that followed she participated in various projects between Paris and Brussels. She created the dance solo Et tutto sara d’ombra et di caline (1993), then worked with Les Ballets C de la B on La Tristezza Complice (1995) and Iets op Bach (1997) and with Koen Augustijnenin Portrait Intérieur (1994). She then worked with Needcompany on Images of Affection (2001) and with Einat Tuchman and Lisi Estaras on Bartime (2000). With Alain Platel she created the choreography Wolf (2002). Finally, with Franck Chartier and other artists from Platel’s company she created Caravana (1999), a performance in a camper, and then Une Vie Inutile (2000). That is how the Peeping Tom company was founded, for which she would create the trilogy Le Jardin (2002), Le Salon (2995), Le Sous Sol (2007) that would tour around the world. In 2009 she created and produced 32 rue Vandenbranden with Franck Chartier.
In collaboration with Fondazione G. Cini