DUST OF DREAMS. It is a cross-disciplinary production that explores the dream life of people through the languages of visual arts, music, performance and video art. The starting point is an audio archive composed of more than 2200 recordings of dreams collected by the artist in a participatory project that touched 12 cities around the world over ten years (2011-2021). The dramaturgy of the work revolves around the archetypal words that inhabit the dreams of different cultures and religions. The multimedia installation is composed of four screens placed on two sides, which embrace the scene and dialogue with the movements of the performers Giacomo Arrigoni Gilaberte, Ilaria Quaglia and Valerie Tameu, choreographed by Daniele Ninarello. The videos projected on the screens operate asynchronously and synchronously and are managed by a dedicated algorithm, created by Matteo Marson; the music composed by Sara Berts allows the encounter between the movement of the bodies and that of the images. The synergy between the verbal language and those of music, performance and video, envelops and accompanies the audience in a multisensory suspension. Each discipline, developed in the relationship between the specific researches and the different identities, cultures and genders of the artists, participates in the narration of the oneiric imaginary based on the fears and recurrent visions of our time.
EVA FRAPICCINI. Artist and professor based in Turin whose practice is often articulated in research-based projects. In 2019, she completed a practice-led doctorate in Fine Art, at the University of Leeds, England. In 2017, she won the first edition of the Italian Council. Her works are held in permanent collections such as Museo Castello di Rivoli, Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Museo MAXXI and have been exhibited in international museums and events including the Venice Architecture Biennale, Italian Pavilion (2011), Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Wakefield (2016), BOZAR Palais des Beaux Arts, Brussels (2016); La Maison de la Photographie, Paris (2006); Casino Luxembourg (2006). He currently teaches at the Academy of Fine Arts in Palermo.
DANIELE NINARELLO. Is one of the most important Turinese talents in the world of dance. After attending the Rotterdam Dance Academy, she dances with internationally renowned choreographers, musicians and composers. Since 2007 he has presented his creations in several national and international festivals. Since 2010 his productions have been part of the Anticorpi XL network in Italy and abroad thanks to the projects “Les Reperages” and “Dance Roads”. In the last years his works have been supported by national and international festivals and centers such as Torino Danza / Fondazione del Teatro Stabile di Torino, Fondazione Piemonte dal Vivo-Circuito Regionale dello Spettacolo, Mosaico Danza / Festival Interplay, CSC Centro per la Scena Contemporanea Bassano del Grappa, TROIS-CL Centre Choreographique Luxemburgeoise, Grand Studio in Brussels, CDC Le Pacifique Grenoble, Centro de Documentação e Pesquisa em Dança in Rio de Janeiro, CDC Les Hivernales in Avignon, CANGO Cantieri Goldonetta in Florence. He collaborates with several musicians of the international scene as Ezio Bosso, Dan Kinzelman, Kai Gleusteen, Francesco Romano, Xenia Ensemble, Adriano De Micco, Stefano Risso, Mauro Casappa. 2013 is also the year in which he founded, together with the dancer Marta Ciappina, the Association CodedUomo with the aim of spreading and promoting his research work in Italy and abroad. The productions are possible thanks to a constant work of relationship with the best choreographic realities of the European scene. Over the years, the Association has distinguished itself for its ability to build networks with production partners and residencies, for the ability to distribute its works nationally and internationally, for the design capacity and the creation of workshops to create networks of exchange between artists and artistic entities. The production Rock Rose WoW, the first signed by the Daniele Ninarello Company, is the winner of the call “Teatro del Tempo Presente” promoted by Fondazione LIVE-Piemonte Dal Vivo and the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities.
Dancers Ilaria Quaglia, Valerie Tameu
Concept and artistic direction Eva Frapiccini
Production AlbumArte Roma,
Choreography Daniele Ninarello
Music Sara Berts (Sara Bertazzini)
Costums Daniela Di Blasio
Exhibition design Michele Tavano
Realized with the support of Compagnia di San Paolo nell’ambito del bando “ART~WAVES”
In collaboration with Forevergreen nell’ambito di Electropark 2022, Mosaico Danza di Torino, Palazzo Ducale Fondazione per la cultura , Polo del ‘900 di Torino, Fondazione Luzzati Teatro della Tosse, Sala Dogana di Palazzo Ducale, l’Associazione Il Limone Lunare di Genova, Associazione CodedUomo e Porto Antico di Genova S.p.a.