The young photographer Michele Bravetti photographs Maps, last choreographic device by gruppo nanou, presented at La MaMa Spoleto Open 2018

choreography by: Marco Valerio Amico, Rhuena Bracci
with: Carolina Amoretti, Sissj Bassani, Gloria Dorliguzzo
sound: Roberto Rettura

produced by: Nanou Ass. Cult.
co-produced by: NaoCrea / DidStudio
with the contribution of: MIBACT, Regione Emilia-Romagna, Comune di Ravenna, Fondo per la Danza d’Autore della Regione Emilia-Romagna 2017/2018
supported by: Cantieri Danza

Space is a map. A map the dancer has to respect to obtain the limit able to verify the evidence of the work, underlining the paths to be taken.
Map as aerial and as a path.
The map is evidence that allows the reading of what the choreutical action is taking place.
The task of choreography is to highlight the limit to find ways to escape, to grasp the creative incident.
The choreography is constantly centrifugal.
The action is permanently transitive
The choreographic relationship between the bodies always includes the whole space.
There are no solos, duets, trios…
it is always a choreography for bodies that act in a vast space and define alliances.
The relationship of distance and trajectories is in the perceptive trigger of the field that the body is able to generate and relaunch.
The body is placed in a four-dimensional dimension.
The action relates to the geometric areas by dismanteling them due to its implicit figural characteristic, because it does not work for a design but it is used as a displacement force.
Time necessarily becomes space because it is the reverberation time of the action.
The action is at its maximum extent because it is always beyond itself.
The action is a continuous rewrite the balances of the space.
The action relates to the area projecting it orthogonally and placing itself always beyond its axis of equilibrium.
The eye must take as much space as possible, there is no time to blink.
The choreography is born because it generates and reveals space.
The design of the space is the tool to highlight and clarify the choreographic activity.