Choreography: Francesca Pedulla and Group Work
Cast: Richard Adossou, Kelly Keenan, Roberta Messa, Papis N'Doye, Sara Parisi, Francesca Pedulla, Medard Sossa, Sara Tassara
Musicians: Eric Acakpo, Anicet Gildas Aymonde, Aliou Guessere
Lighting Design: Luciano Novelli ;
Video: Antoine Renouard
Costumes: Davide Francesca
Sculpure: Davide dall'Osso
Photo: Laura Milone
This work recounts one of the possible versions of the story of the God Money. Sent to Earth to facilitate exchanges among human beings, Money takes pleasure in playing with their weaknesses and, taking control of their will, he will become increasingly more powerful........
Using an ironic and symbolic language, this story leads us into an imaginary but familiar universe. The piece makes use of the allegorical power of myth to celebrate humanity, without illusions, without shame, recognizing that human been can be as brilliant and sensitive as mean and vulgar.
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TWO AMONG US performative lecture
Concept: Richard Adossou, Frey Faust Francesa Pedulla
Regie: Frey Faust
Dance: Richard Adossou, Francesca Pedulla, Papis N'doye
Moderators: Frey Faust, Davide Francesca
With The Support Of:
Axis Syllabus International Research Network
Tanz Fabrik Berlin
Tanz Haus Nordrhein Westfalen
photo: Adrien Michel
The Aim of our Inquest is:
to see how much cultural and social patterning influences the dancers' movements, individual
presence and the quality of their interaction.
to see how much influence the application of physics and anatomical principles will have on the
cultural and social patterning of the dancers
to see what remains of these attributes or qualities after an exploratory choreographic process
focussing on the study and application of: kinetic energy, inertia, torque, momentum vectors and
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RADIOKITCHENBENIN Performance for two dancers and one camera
Concept: Sara Parisi, Francesca Pedullà, Antoine Renouard
Dance: Sara Parisi, Francesca Pedullà
Camera: Antoine Renouard
With the support of: Association Sonagnon (Cotonou), Spazio Saravà (Genova), Centre Choréographique Multicorps (Cotonou).
The performance is an uncommon hybrid between “cinema live” and performance, in which the choreography is structured around functional rather than aesthetic physical attitudes and gestures, revealing a body shaped by and reflecting on its environmental, cultural and social conditioning.
Live filmed sequences fragment reality, highlight the uselessness of a single point of view, augment and complete the expressiveness of the performing bodies that become landscape in the service of the camera.