written and staged by Silvia Bertocchi for the ''Decameron: stories in streaming'' project by Triennale Milano during the Covid 19 emergency.The multidisciplinary performance SORTECERTA... Read More
written and staged by Silvia Bertocchi for the ''Decameron: stories in streaming'' project by Triennale Milano during the Covid 19 emergency. The multidisciplinary performance SORTECERTA takes place inside an empty Triennale hall due to the restrictions due to the emergency and was shared live on March 10, 2020 through the channels of the same institution. The work involves three expressive forms: dance, painting and theater. The scene is composed as follows: a white cardboard carpet on which to paint and at the opposite ends of the carpet (therefore to the left and right of the action) two white bandages of fabric - one on each side, held taut by two black sticks with concentric weights at the base - the strips of white fabric are at the height of the artist's mouth considering her standing in front of them. Through a path of dance and painting on the canvas, the artist travels from side to side without ever being able to get out of the boundaries delimited by canvas and white bandages. In fact, every time she is in front of one of these she will bring a verbal message, the messages are 5: 1- Invigorate your artificial garden with spray jealousy (sortecerta - on the bandage) 2- Daze, gag, rise from the swamp slipping away from unwillingness not own (sortecerta) 3- The plot - The mockery (sortecerta) 4- I feel the shivers of the most sublime of loneliness on me (sortecerta) 5- it's Sortecerta! (sortecerta) At the end of each message, with a single step forward, the mouth is covered by the fabric. Sure fate. A look at free expression in the repressive era.
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