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Silvia Gribaudi - Graces


Choreography:Silvia Gribaudi
Dramaturgy:Silvia Gribaudi, Matteo Maffesanti
Performers:Siro Guglielmi, Silvia Gribaudi, Matteo Marchesi, Andrea Rampazzo
Lighting design:Antonio Rinaldi
Technical assistant:Theo Longuemare
Technical director:Leonardo Benetollo
Costumes:Elena Rossi
Production:Zebra
Co-production:Santarcangelo Festival
With the support of:MIBACT
Project made possible by the contributions of:ResiDance XL – luoghi e progetti di residenza per creazioni coreografiche
Action by:Rete Anticorpi XL – Network Giovane Danza D’autore
Coordinated by:L’arboreto – Teatro Dimora di Mondaino, IntercettAzioni – Centro di Residenza Artistica della Lombardia
Project by:Circuito CLAPS, Industria Scenica, Milano Musica, Teatro delle Moire, Zona K
Note:Danza&Danza 2019 Award “Italian Production of the Year”; Winner of CollaborAction#4 2018/2019; Production selected for the NID Platform 2019
Photo:Matteo Maffesanti

Description

The means of contemporary dance make it possible to joke very seriously about anything one wishes to target. Silvia Gribaudi has a talent for irony, self-irony, sarcasm; she is clever at addressing, with a light and powerful touch, the many contradictions in the Janus-faced theme of the “beauty of ugliness” and the “ugliness of beauty”, which fascinates our social media-driven western/global society.

Silvia Gribaudi

“My work moves along the permeable boundary that divides audience and performer, investigating the subtle but fertile space between laughter and desecration, between poetics and politics. This experimentation takes place within the dancing body, it addresses social themes and is composed in the choreographic work.
I use humour to deconstruct prejudice and explore the deviations from a recognized model, relentlessly in search of a fallible and revolutionary clown, who dares to engage the head-spinning poetry of imperfection to be able, despite himself, to create sparks of beauty and grace”.


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