MULTIDISCIPLINARY PERFORMANCE. Two artists, two styles of expression, two cultural backgrounds. A multidisciplinary performance related to movement art and mural painting. After the experiences at the festival in 2020 and 2021, made respectively with Daniele Ninarello and Chiara Bersani, Gosia Turzeniecka returns to the scene of Interplay, to leave another permanent trace on the walls of the backyard of the lavanderia a vapore.
GOSIA TURZENIECKA. Polish artist, born in 1974, of Turinese adoption. Since 2003 there have been numerous exhibitions in Italy and abroad, in group and individual exhibitions. Her debut, at the beginning of 2000, saw her use the engraving technique, a technique which maintains the delicacy of the stroke and that over time has evolved into a more immediate and synthetic restitution through the use of watercolor.
In recent years she has also dedicated herself to portraiture, real and imaginary, preferring the use of black and white or soft pastel colors in the case of refined urban and natural landscapes.
SILVIA GRIBAUDI. Born in Turin, she is an artist and choreographer whose language crosses performing arts, dance and theater, focusing her research on the body and the relationship with the public. In 2009 she created “A corpo Libero”, which won the Public and Jury Prize for Young Dance d’Autore and was also selected by Aerowaves Dance Across Europe, Biennale di Venezia, Dublin Dance Festival, Fringe Festival, Dance Victoria Canada, at the Festival Do Disturb at Palais De Tokyo in Paris and at Santarcangelo Festival. From 2013 to 2015 she focuses on the body and nudity with: The film contains nudity and What age are you acting? – The relative ages (Act your age project). In 2017 she was selected in Italy among the choreographers of the Network ResiDance Anticorpi XL 2017. In 2016 and 2017 she was director and choreographer of three different performances (My Place, Felice and R. OSA_10 exercises for new virtuosities) where the performer’s body becomes the protagonist through its own expressive identity. In 2017 she debuted in Vancouver, Canada, in an Italian-Canadian co-production with Tara Cheyenne entitled Empty. Swimming. Pool and R. OSA is a finalist for the Ubu Award and the Rete Critica Award. In 2019 she debuts with the show Graces and with the performance Humana Vergogna – for which she curates the choreography – part of the project La Poetica della Vergogna by Fondazione Matera Capitale della Cultura 2019 and #Reteteatro41. In 2019 she starts working on new productions: MON JOUR! co-produced by Teatro Stabile di Torino and Teatro Stabile del Veneto and supported by the European project Corpo Links Cluster; OUT OF PLANET supported by Ètape Danse and developed together with Lebanese dancer and choreographer Abou Diab.
By and with Silvia Gribaudi
Pesi Piuma – collective born within the project “SWANS NEVER DIE “ Biennial project conceived by: Lavanderia a Vapore/Piemonte dal Vivo, Operaestate Festival Veneto e Centro per la Scena Contemporanea CSC, Bassano del Grappa, Triennale Milano, Teatro Brescia, Torinodanza Festival, Festival Bolzano Danza; “Memory in Motion. Re- Membering Dance History (Mnemedance)” – Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia; Ecole Universitaire de Recherche CREATES e Centre Transdisciplinaire d’Epistémologie de la Littérature et des Arts Vivants, Université Côte d’Azur . In collaboration with: Zebra Cultural Zoo e Balletto Teatro di Torino
Live painting GOSIA TURZENIECKA
SWANS NEVER DIE project