Time: 8.45 PM
Location: Theatre 1, Mattatoio,
Dove hanno tremato le placche presents itself as a blurred premonition that arises from the relationship between the body and the archive. The fragments of a imperfect archive float on the surface of memory; images which indulge the body and its contemplating gaze. The relationship between me and what remains is revealed in the dance; it is a veiled ritual that confronts me with the intimacy of exchange and the need to see myself elsewhere, within a different time and space. What is acted out is the testimony of an encounter, a succession of attempts to understand, process, and reshuffle the traces of the past.
Dove hanno tremato le placche is also a childhood game in which we tune into cyclical time, where memory and prediction mingle as imagination; an ironic limbo inhabited by outlandish presences, veteran objects of history, actions, and words in search of wonder.
(Italy, Camerun) is an author and performer. She holds a Master's Degree in Cinema, Theatre, Music and Media from University of Turin, Italy with a thesis on the history of dance. She attended classes at Scenario Pubblico and owes her education to various artists of the Italian and international scene. She collaborated with Tecnologia Filosofica, Balletto Teatro di Torino, Laurent Pellisier, Paolo Armao, Masbedo, Alessio Maria Romano and Daniele Ninarello. At the same time, she carries out her own performative projects, participating in Officin&Ideali - Residenze in Transito, with the project Cronòtopia, in collaboration with Teresa Norhona Feio and Annalisa Cannito; she joined Workspace Ricerca X 2021/ The ever practicing artist, with the project A Thousand Ways to Fall, and Fase XL, a project of C.U.R.A Centro Umbro Residenze Artistiche and La Mama Umbria International, with the project Bodybuilding. Her research concerns the relationship between performance and identity, and the difference between memories and history, while her artistic practice creatively con-fuses bodies, ideas, theories and hallucinations.