dedicated to Edgard VarÃ¨se's musical researchdirection and choreography: Nicola Galliproduction: Fondazione Musica per Roma, TIR Danzain collaboraction with: Lâ€™arboreto - Teatro Dimora di Mondaino, Teatro Petrella di Longianodance: Alessandra Fabbri, Nicola Galli, Paolo Solopertomusic: Edgard VarÃ¨se (Un grand sommeil noir, PoÃ¨me Ã©lectronique, DÃ©serts, Ionisation, Density 21.5.)texts inspired by: Edgard VarÃ¨se, Alice Miller, Gilles ClÃ©ment, Marcel Proustscenography: Giulio Mazzacurativideo and costumes: Nicola Gallitechinician: Giovanni Garboartistic residency: Lâ€™arboreto â€“ Teatro Dimora di Mondaino, Teatro Petrella (Longiano), Capotrave/Kilowatt with the support of: h(abita)t â€“ Rete di Spazi per la Danza / Leggere Strutture Art Factory, Centro di Residenza della Toscana (Armunia Castiglioncello â€“ CapoTrave/Kilowatt Sansepolcro)winning project of Premio Equilibrio 2018length: 60'
Deserto digitale is a choreographic piÃ¨ce dedicated to Edgard VareÌ€se's revolutionary music research and inspired by the composition "DÃ©serts".The experimental and complex work of the composer, focused on "organized sound" and integration of noise, becomes the driving force of the pieÌ€ce imagined as a visual and dreamlike ritual, point of contention between suspension, violence and catharsis. The piÃ¨ce presents an aseptic and synthetic scene in which an imaginary landscape reveals the desert intended as a boundess place and existential condition.
"If I say the word desert, what do your eyes see?"This question welcomes the audience and then leads it into a seductive and visceral sensorial trip, a sort of magnifying glass that reveals the scene as a kaleidoscopic universe in constant short circuit.A psychic and unreal atmosphere full of gestures, sounds and colors, envelops the space and guides three strangers to generates a figurative atlas that gradually disclose the introspective nature of the human soul.Deserto digitale, in its meaning as fluid and immaterial place, shows itself as a geometric and pocketable horizon, and opens a window into the desolate human condition, telling the silent revolt of latent emotions for the survival of the individual.
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