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The show

From 12 November 2021 to 16 January 2022, the rooms of Palazzo da Mosto owned by the Manodori Foundation will host the ORIZZONTI DEL CORPO project. Art / Dance / Virtual Reality, promoted and organized by the Palazzo Magnani Foundation in collaboration with the National Dance Foundation / Aterballetto. The project brings into dialogue an exhibition of contemporary art, curated by Marina Dacci, with MicroDances, installations danced by one, two or three performers in very small spaces and lasting a few minutes, conceived by the director general and programming of the National Foundation della Danza / Aterballetto, Gigi Cristoforetti.

Thirteen contemporary artists are invited: Leonardo Ankel Vandal, Bianco and Valente, Fabrizio Cotognini, Antonio Fiorentino, Silvia Giambrone, Gianluca Malgeri, Matteo Montani, Mustafa Sabbagh, Vincenzo Schillaci, Namsal Sedlecki, Sissi and Giovanni Termini, all Italians or living from time in Italy which, in some cases, created new works specifically for the project. Their works, by vocation and assonances, create an open dialogue with the six Micro Dances of the five choreographers: Saul Daniele Ardillo, Ina Lesnanowski, Philippe Kratz, Angelin Preljocai, Diego Tortelli. In addition to the days of live performance of the dancers, the project is further enriched, for some performances, with the immersive virtual use thanks to Oculus technology that completely subverts the proxemic perception between spectator and dancers. The body, therefore, is placed at the center both in the poetics of the works of art and in the performances and in the modalities of use by the public.

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Via Giovanni Battista Mari, 7
42121 Reggio Emilia

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