video: Gianluca Naphtalina Camporesi
camera: Achille Matassoni, Gianni Gaudenzi
project: gruppo nanou
choreographies: gruppo nanou, Annalì Rainoldi, Daniele Albanese_compagnia Stalker
set and light design: Giovanni Marocco
produced by: gruppo nanou, Città di Ebla / Ipercorpo
in collaboration with: Teatro Diego Fabbri – Forlì, Ipercorpo
with the contribution of: MIBACT, Regione Emilia Romagna
Untitled for the unknown
videomaking: Federico Fiori, Francesca Lenzi
video making: Claudio Martinez;
suono: Roberto Rettura
video making: Claudio Martinez
directed by: Claudio Martinez
Room 208 – Strictly confidential
by: Marco Valerio Amico, Rhuena Bracci
with: Sissj Bassani, Alessia Berardi, Rhuena Bracci, Marco Maretti
sound: Roberto Rettura
set: Giovanni Marocco, Paola Villani
Room 208 was born from the desire to accompany the viewer within the universe of gruppo nanou artistic journey, consisting of emotional effects and cultural references, within the work that precedes the dissemination of the work in the form of a complete product. The project takes the form of an installation with performative acts that reconstructs the emotional dimension and the cultural horizon of the performances whose genesis reports.
A labyrinth composed of choreographic actions and visual art installations, a story that abstracts from narration by grasping the guest / spectator and projecting it into a sensitive universe.
What would you like to offer to your guest in your point of view?
INNOCENCE, PRIVATE, STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL.
The path is lonely. Scattered clues, romantic souvenirs or deposited remains, which lead to nothing but the work itself.
Each room is a performance full of the past, rubble of materials that, absent-mindedly, met, and one follows the other along the way.
Because the labyrinth, like the work, is a Habitat, a landscape. And if something happens (action), it is only to amplify the guest’s intimacy.
Claudio Martinez’s video is a reminder of a look at the event created specifically for the Teatridivetro festival held in the spaces of Fondazione Volume!
Claudio Martinez interviews the choreographer Marco Valerio Amico to grasp the genesis of the work and its motivations.
video: InFlux | Federico Fiori, Francesca Lenzi
The Waiting Room
video: Giulia Fontanini