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Choreography:

Silvia Gribaudi

Dramaturgy:

Silvia Gribaudi, Matteo Maffesanti

Performers:

Silvia Gribaudi, Matteo Marchesi, Siro Guglielmi, Andrea Rampazzo

Light design:

Antonio Rinaldi

Technický ředitel:

Leonardo Benetollo

Assistant Technician:

Theo Longuemare

Production:

Zebra

Co-production:

Sartancangelo dei Teatri

Costumes:

Elena Rossi

Supported by:

MIBAC

With the contribution of:

ResiDance XL, Anticorpi XL, Network Giovane Danza D’Autore, L’arboreto, Teatro Dimora di Mondaino e IntercettAzioni, Centro di Residenza Artistica della Lombardia, Circuito CLAPS e Industria Scenica, Milano Musica, Teatro delle Moire, Zona K 

Artistic residencies:

Klap - Maison Pour la danse Marseille, Centro per la Scena Contemporanea/Operaestate Festival del Comune di Bassano del Grappa, Orlando Bergamo, Lavanderia a Vapore Centro di Residenza per la danza regione Piemonte, L’arboreto - Teatro Dimora | La Corte Ospitale: Centro di Residenza Emilia-Romagna, ARTEFICI - Artisti Associati di Gorizia, Dansstationen, Danscentrum Syd, Skånesdansteater Malmö Sweden and with the support of Centro di Residenza Armunia/CapoTrave Kilowatt 

CollaborAction#4 2018/2019 In collaboration with festivals and theatrical seasons organised by:

Rete Anticorpi, Ater Circuito Regionale Multidisciplinare, Associazione Mosaico Danza/Interplay, Piemonte Dal Vivo, Amat, Arteven, Fondazione Teatro Comunale di Vicenza, Associazione Artedanzae20, Teatro Pubblico Pugliese, C.L.A.P.Spettacolodalvivo, Associazione Armunia, Fondazione Toscana Spettacolo Onlus

Premiere:

20/12/2018

Nuovo Teatro Comunale Gorizia, Italy

Duration:

50 min

What are all the forms that beauty can take? asks Italian choreographer Silvia Gribaudi in a production inspired by the statue of the Three Graces. In contrast to the elaborate characters of three male dancers, the author herself is the embodiment of freedom and nature on stage. With humanity and self-deprecating humour, she breaks down gender stereotypes, turning well-worn clichés and seeming imperfection into a work of art full of lightness and grace.

 

Graces is inspired by The Three Graces, a sculpture created by Antonio Canova between 1812 – 1817, and draws from mythology and Zeus’s three daughters – Euphrosyne, Aglaea and Thalia – radiating splendor, joy and prosperity.

Silvia Gribaudi’s works embody lightness, irony, and freedom. Over the past ten years, she has been questioning female and male identities and the concept of virtuosity in dance and daily life.

Graces was realised thanks to support of a director and videomaker Matteo Maffesanti, who followed Silvia through the entire artistic process, and the choreographic material developed in the project was used in several workshops for local people.

 

Awards

  • Winner of Danza&Danza 2019 award ‘Italian production’
  • Winning Project of the action CollaborAction#4 2018/2019
  • Selected by NID Platform 2019

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Add to Calendar 01-06-2020 20:00 01-06-2020 20:00 Czech republic/Europe GRACES What are all the forms that beauty can take? asks Italian choreographer Silvia Gribaudi in a production inspired by the statue of the Three Graces. In contrast to the elaborate characters of three male dancers, the author herself is the embodiment of freedom and nature on stage. With humanity and self-deprecating humour, she breaks down gender stereotypes, turning well-worn clichés and seeming imperfection into a work of art full of lightness and grace.   Graces is inspired by The Three Graces, a sculpture created by Antonio Canova between 1812 – 1817, and draws from mythology and Zeus’s three daughters – Euphrosyne, Aglaea and Thalia – radiating splendor, joy and prosperity. Silvia Gribaudi’s works embody lightness, irony, and freedom. Over the past ten years, she has been questioning female and male identities and the concept of virtuosity in dance and daily life. Graces was realised thanks to support of a director and videomaker Matteo Maffesanti, who followed Silvia through the entire artistic process, and the choreographic material developed in the project was used in several workshops for local people.   Awards Winner of Danza&Danza 2019 award ‘Italian production’ Winning Project of the action CollaborAction#4 2018/2019 Selected by NID Platform 2019 Husitská 24A/899 Prague Czech Republic

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GRACES

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Add to Calendar 02-06-2020 20:00 02-06-2020 20:00 Czech republic/Europe GRACES What are all the forms that beauty can take? asks Italian choreographer Silvia Gribaudi in a production inspired by the statue of the Three Graces. In contrast to the elaborate characters of three male dancers, the author herself is the embodiment of freedom and nature on stage. With humanity and self-deprecating humour, she breaks down gender stereotypes, turning well-worn clichés and seeming imperfection into a work of art full of lightness and grace.   Graces is inspired by The Three Graces, a sculpture created by Antonio Canova between 1812 – 1817, and draws from mythology and Zeus’s three daughters – Euphrosyne, Aglaea and Thalia – radiating splendor, joy and prosperity. Silvia Gribaudi’s works embody lightness, irony, and freedom. Over the past ten years, she has been questioning female and male identities and the concept of virtuosity in dance and daily life. Graces was realised thanks to support of a director and videomaker Matteo Maffesanti, who followed Silvia through the entire artistic process, and the choreographic material developed in the project was used in several workshops for local people.   Awards Winner of Danza&Danza 2019 award ‘Italian production’ Winning Project of the action CollaborAction#4 2018/2019 Selected by NID Platform 2019 Husitská 24A/899 Prague Czech Republic

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June

GRACES

PONEC - dance venue
20:00
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Add to Calendar 03-06-2020 20:00 03-06-2020 20:00 Czech republic/Europe GRACES What are all the forms that beauty can take? asks Italian choreographer Silvia Gribaudi in a production inspired by the statue of the Three Graces. In contrast to the elaborate characters of three male dancers, the author herself is the embodiment of freedom and nature on stage. With humanity and self-deprecating humour, she breaks down gender stereotypes, turning well-worn clichés and seeming imperfection into a work of art full of lightness and grace.   Graces is inspired by The Three Graces, a sculpture created by Antonio Canova between 1812 – 1817, and draws from mythology and Zeus’s three daughters – Euphrosyne, Aglaea and Thalia – radiating splendor, joy and prosperity. Silvia Gribaudi’s works embody lightness, irony, and freedom. Over the past ten years, she has been questioning female and male identities and the concept of virtuosity in dance and daily life. Graces was realised thanks to support of a director and videomaker Matteo Maffesanti, who followed Silvia through the entire artistic process, and the choreographic material developed in the project was used in several workshops for local people.   Awards Winner of Danza&Danza 2019 award ‘Italian production’ Winning Project of the action CollaborAction#4 2018/2019 Selected by NID Platform 2019 Husitská 24A/899 Prague Czech Republic
( Photo: Claudia Borgia Chiara Bruschini)
( Photo: Matteo Maffesanti)
( Photo: Fabio Sau)
( Photo: Fabio Sau)
( Photo: Giovanni Chiarot)

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