Ariella Vidach – AiEP (IT)
DiDstudio – Fabbrica del Vapore
15 – 16 March h 20.30
running time 60′
The first study of the VOCSET project, VOC.Solo develops a reflection between technology and the senses. These two dimensions can coexist harmoniously thanks to a delicate process of discovery developed through focusing and listening. The space is written by movement, understood as mere generative element, devoid of narrative structures.
idea/directed by Ariella Vidach e Claudio Prati – choreographed and performed by Ariella Vidach – audio interaction and composition Paolo Socia – graphic interaction and composition Sebastiano Barbieri – set design Claudio Prati – costume designer AiEP – production 2014 / compagnia Ariella Vidach AiEP – management Chiara Franzosi – with the support of Ministero per i Beni e le Attività Culturali, Comune di Milano, Regione Lombardia – NEXT laboratorio del idee, DECS Cantone Ticino, Swisslos, DAC città di Lugano
Shortlisted for Premio Equilibrio 2014
[In]Quiete is a study of the condition of perpetual tension in which the contemporary individual is forced to live. On the one hand is the need to be constantly efficient and productive as required by the system; on the other hand, a paralysis occurs in the face of the continuous overload of information and requests.
from an idea by Annamaria Ajmone – choreographed and performed by Annamaria Ajmone, Chiara Ameglio – music Marcello Gori – lighting design Matteo Cavenaghi – costume designer Nouemi Bresciani – organization and curated by Giulia Basaglia
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Uovo hosts Space 2.0, a European project promoted by the Italian Ministry for Culture and Turism (Direzione Generale per lo Spettacolo dal Vivo) in collaboration with the Adam Mickiewicz Institute (Warsaw), British Council (London), Onda, French office for performing-art circulation (Paris), Pro Helvetia (Zurich), TIN Theater Instituut Nederlands (Amsterdam), Umení – Divadelní ústav Arts and Theatre Institute (Prague), Vti Vlaamse Theater Instituut (Brussels).
The project entails a mobility programme for European arts operators, which aims to develop new common lines of research across Europe. Space 2.0 is declined through topics and artistic residencies at cultural institutions, festivals and theatres in a number of European cities.
The thematic inquiry on Public Space and Performing Arts is hosted by three European venues (Brussels, Warsaw, Milan), with its last stage being scheduled to take place at Uovo.
Twenty European performing arts curators will meet in Milan during the festival to discuss the relationship between public space and performing arts through meetings and encounters with some of the most interesting venues of Milan’s creative and cultural landscape (Hangar Bicocca, Museo delle Culture, Superstudio Più, Fondazione Pini, esterni, Cascina Cuccagna, liveinslums).
The international meeting is not open to the public