Paradiso [giardino] is a derivative of the larger Paradiso project which involves the three authors of Nanou, Pirri and Dorella. It is an in-depth study of the rewriting of the theatrical ritual, of the format of the theatrical ritual, of its fruition and of how the choreographic object works to inhabit and rewrite a place, for this occasion outdoors, in a garden.
Unlike Paradise, here there is no access to immersion but one observes the action while maintaining a distance.
Paradiso changes form and stands in dialogue with the natural environment: a delicate, contemplative reaction to the surroundings, changing the terms of a relationship and an artistic dialogue that aims to create a total, hybrid work that allows ephemeral visions to emerge.
This research paves the way for a new conception of choreographic art, which embraces all artistic disciplines and establishes a different relationship between performance, space and audience.