Project carried out with the support of ATCL Regional Multidisciplinary Circuit for Spazio Rossellini

WithAlphabet: video – movement”, the laboratory talk conducted by Marco Valerio Amico, nanou group choreographer, opens up to the idea of being able to investigate choreography with the camera: choreographing a body movement and a shooting movement, bringing the camera inside the device, coming out of a theatrical lens, to identify a language that researches a different perception through the visual medium. Investigate the relationship between coreutic and video action for creating a new shared space. The staging of a prototype, a notebook that jops down to creative strategies to also reflect on the new possibilities of the choreography and its questioning. The workshop video conducting, curated by the visual artist Luca Brinchi, followed by the students of the Istituto Superiore Cine-TV Roberto Rossellini in Rome, produced these 8 visual experiments.

project by: gruppo nanou
drive by: Marco Valerio Amico, Luca Brinchi

dancers: Livia Bartolucci, Zoé Bernabéu, Vera Borghini, Loredana Canditone, Marco Casagrande, Valentina Castro, Maria Combi, Matilde Cortivo, Riccardo De Simone, Francesca Dibiase, Agnese Gabrielli, Niccolò Giorgini

videomakers: Omar Bartocci, Nicholas Brandi, Simone Ceccomarini, Damiano Peron, Vittoria Ridolfi, Daniele Spezzacatena, Irene Troncanetti

sound: Roberto Rettura

Alphabet: video – movement

Project carried out with the support of: ATCL Circuito Multidisciplinare Regionale for Spazio Rossellini,
Curated by Isabella Di Cola, ATCL Dance Programming Manager
In collaboration with: Istituto Superiore Cine TV Roberto Rossellini and Teatri di vetro
With the contribution of: MIBACT, Regione Lazio, Regione Emilia-Romagna, Comune di Ravenna

videomaking: Simone Ceccomarini

videomaking: Vittoria Ridolfi

videomaking: Irene Troncanetti [Colors]

videomaking: Irene Troncanetti

videomaking: Daniele Spezzacatena

videomaking: Nicholas Brandi

videomaking: Damiano Peron

videomaking: Omar Bartocci