Anouscka Brodacz


“Ah I don’t know … Maybe because the more you go, the deeper you sink. It is the fault of the earth that turns, turns, turns … “.

“Time has passed as fast as lightning and has left furrows in our skin” Eugéne Ionesco.

Inside every older person there is a younger person who is wondering what the hell happened!

Reflections on the passage of time of the choreographer Anouscka Brodacz, through dance, video, thoughts, interviews, music, performances. A series of poetic, aesthetic, cruel, ironic frescoes.

A ceremony to halt the advance of years, to exorcise the decline of the body.

They are part of the show is video art inspired by new technologies, we have made interviews with elderly people in Italy and Africa.

ideation, interpretation and direction: Anouscka Brodacz

live music processing: Globster

video installations and videomapping: Andrea Micaroni

production: GRUPPO ALHENA  e GRUPPO E-MOTION, supported by the Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism, the Abruzzo Region (IT) and the Municipality of L’Aquila (IT)

credit: MONFERRARTI 2014

trailer: Link Elogio della vecchiaia



“You are no longer close to God

our; we are all far away. But you have wonderful

bless your hands.

They are born clear in you from the mantle,

bright outline:

I am the dew on the day,

but you, you are the plant. “


DEMETRA is a project “about MATERNAL” that crosses all skills (Dance, Theater, Music, Video, Visual Arts … ..) and above all it can go through various generations and involve young people with workshops, meetings, open rehearsals for performances, shows , performances, round tables. The project can become the context to which an operation that adopts different formats can be traced: the study, the representation of shows studied under different angles, a working hypothesis that deepens in its different stages, performance, trans-media installation, production music, video, show, workshops, conference …

Goddess connected with the motherhood of the earth and vegetation, daughter of Cronus and Rhea, Jupiter’s older sister, was the mother of Persephone, venerated with her at Eleusis, the most important mystery ritual of antiquity, dedicated to the mother and the daughter, a ritual that preserves numerous elements of the oldest divine power in women. When Hades kidnapped Persephone and brought her to the realm of the dead, Démetra sought her daughter all over the earth and, in her anger, made the vegetation hysterilize: in particular the cereals, which she had given to men.

It subsided only when, by order of Zeus, Persephone was able to go up to the earth and live there (like the vegetation) part of the year.

Its limitation consists in identifying itself only in the role of mother and in the difficulty in letting go of its creatures.

The woman who embodies the archetype Démetra needs to understand that, as nature with the cycle of seasons teaches, change is part of the natural cycle of things, and resisting it only means stagnating.

The fertility goddess can be the mother of many creatures, a son, an animal, a work of art or a creative project. But whatever the object of his love is, he must learn to let it go, in order for it to follow its path. The aspiration to an unconditional maternal love accompanies the human being throughout his life and finds symbolic expressions in the show, which crosses the various reflections on the “mother” developed during a workshop with the young dancers / choreographers of the project. Reflections in the form of dance, image, video, music, performance, installation, action. DEMETRA performance interprets the emotions, perceptions and feelings of the goddess / mother / woman in the tiring and tireless search for the lost daughter.

ideation, interpretation and direction: Anouscka Brodacz

live music processing: Globster

video installations and videomapping: Andrea Micaroni

production: GRUPPO ALHENA  e GRUPPO E-MOTION, supported by the Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism, the Abruzzo Region (IT) and the Municipality of L’Aquila (IT)

residences: Florian Metateatro (IT) and Spazio Matta project Corpografie (IT)

trailer: Link Demetra

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SIX PIANOS  – Fabbrini evening

Project by Anouscka Brodacz (dance) and Simona Ampolo Rella (music)

The SIX PIANOS project develops from January 2019 with the Drama workshop of dance with contemporary dance professionals, to create choreographies on music chosen by Simona M. Ampolo Rella. The choice revolves around the multiple sounds and suggestions of several pianos in the room and its possible combinations, and will conclude with the six pianos of the opera of S. Reich. The presence of six pianists, among them Claudio Filippini, and therefore also of jazz, offers variety and completeness of the performance, with dancing, making this evening a unique event. The scenic choice is inspired by the installation of the pianos by Steve Reich.

Pieces performed: J. S. Bach: III Brandenburg concert 1st movement – S. Rachmaninoff: Waltz; Romance – A. Dvorak: Slave Dances 1st and 7th – M. Ravel: Sites Auriculaires Habanera; Entre cloches. – L. Dallapiccola: Hymns – S. Reich: Six Pianos

musicians: Simona Ampolo Rella, Cristiana Arena, Sara Comborowska, Stefano D’Onofrio, Claudio Filippini, Giacinto Sergiacomo.

interpreters: 10 dancers of the group e-motion

production: GRUPPO ALHENA  e GRUPPO E-MOTION, supported by the Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism, the Abruzzo Region (IT) and the Municipality of L’Aquila (IT)


ANOUSCKA BRODACZ – In 1982 he founded the contemporary dance company GRUPPO ALHENA with which he toured Italy and abroad (France, Portugal, Germany, Bosnia, Iraq, Senegal, Mali, Benin, Niger).

Since 2014 he is a teacher of Dance and New Technologies and Direction and Dramaturgy of Dance at the National Academy of Dance in Rome.

As choreographer and director she works with internationally renowned artists such as Sandra Fuciarelli (1986), Enzo Cucchi (1994), Gianmarco Montesano (1995), Koffi Kôkô and Michele dall’Ongaro for the music in “Medea” (1997) co-production with the Foundation ROMAEUROPA, with the musicians Baba Sissoko and Giovanni Imparato for “Dunia” (1999), Kettly Noël in “V”, Roberto Laneri (harmonic singing) in “3 studies on Eco” (2014). In 2010 he created the performance FEMMENTHAL INTERNATIONAL for CULTURFRANCE and the International Dance Biennial of Bamako (Mali).

As artistic director of festivals and festivals he conceived and directed: “L’INCANTESIMO DEL DIONISIACO”, “MOVING IN THE CITY: il Corpo Urbano”, “SLOW ART”, “CORPOGRAFIE” .



Salvatore Insana Elisa Turco Liveri


The place of the passions is the interruption, its space is the interval.

APORIE is an artistic research project divided into four different possible pieces. The four parts will be developed separately, and reassembled as needed.

Aporie is the first result of our research on hesitation as a psycho-physical condition and as an attitude that opposes the arrogance of always knowing where to go / what to do / what to say. The aporia (ἀπορία), a concept central to Greek philosophy, indicates the impossibility of giving a precise answer to a problem. At a time when the possibility of exercising doubt has been compressed and the rhetoric of clearly speaking seems to leave only two possibilities open: to say yes, or to say no, with APORIE we would instead like to investigate the moment in which we remain stranded, entangled in “Meanwhile”, in the bifurcation, in the hesitation.  Through an investigation faced from different perspectives 

Aporie is a study that, starting from hesitation,  tries to invent new spaces and places of temporal suspension. 


concept: Salvatore Insana, Elisa Turco Liveri

choreography: Elisa Turco Liveri

visual and sound score: Salvatore Insana

performer: Alice Ruggero, Andrea Sassoli, Cecilia Ventriglia

co-production GRUPPO e-MOTION, supported by the Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism, the Abruzzo Region (IT) and the Municipality of L’Aquila (IT)

with the support of La Briqueterie – CDCN Val du Marne, France;  Dansometre, Suisse; Festival Teatri di Vetro, Italy; Armunia – Festival Inequilibrio; Florian Metateatro, Italy

and with the support of  Movin’Up Spettacolo – Performing arts 2018/2019 

trailer: Link Aporie

DEHORS/AUDELA is an artistic duo formed by Elisa Turco Liveri (performer, choreographer) and Salvatore Insana (videomaker, photographer, director).

D/A is a collective in which visual arts and performing arts merge as a sign of continuous research, in which the different artistic codes, while maintaining their specificity, at the same time become capable of generating new forms of expression. The collective Dehors/Audela has always worked on the investigation of border sites. Interstitials of the present time, not only conceived as physical places, but also as social and anthropological aspects. The indefinite and the hybrid have always been the favorite areas of research.

In collaboration with the light designer Giovanna Bellini and the sound artist Giulia Vismara, they have given life to video-theatrical works, dance performances, audiovisual research projects, urban and photographic installations, experimental workshops.  Their work has been presented at many festivals and spaces such:  Dansecentrumjette (Bruxelles), La Briqueterie (Paris), Fabbrica Europa (Florence), Lavanderia a Vapore (Turin), CrossAward (Verbania), Dance & Foco Festival (Rio de Janeiro), Associazione Culturale Dello Scompiglio (Lucca), Teatri di Vetro (Rome),  Anghiari Dance Hub, Kilowatt Festival,  Sofia Undeground Performance Art Festival, Image Contre Nature (Marseille), and others.  In 2019 D/A won the open call of La Briqueterie CNDC du Val de Marne, for the production of the new screendance work Aporia. 

SALVATORE INSANA – Grew up in Calabria, then moved to Rome where he studied at the DAMS of the University of RomaTre concluding his master’s course in 2010 with a paper on the concept of useless.

He continues his research into visual arts (cinema, photography, installation), performing arts and other forms of imaginary revision and erosion.

In 2011 he created the collective Dehors/Audela with Elisa Turco Liveri, choreographer and performer, with whom he produced video-theatrical works, audiovisual research projects, urban installations and photographic projects, experimental workshops, in the constant attempt to overcome genres, places and “conventional” tools.

Numerous musicians and sound artists have collaborated in the creation of his audiovisual works presented at numerous festivals and multidisciplinary events in Italy and abroad, including Jacob Kirkegaard, Simone Pappalardo, Girolamo Deraco, Giulia Vismara, Fabio Cifariello Ciardi, Osvaldo Cibilis, Aron Carlocchia, Alessio Calivi.

Salvatore Insana is one of the authors invited to be part of the 100×100 = 900 project (100 videoartist to tell a century), curated by Magmart, and is part of the catalog of Visual container, italian videoart platform, by Carma, center of arts and applied multimedia research, of P’silo, video library of the image contre nature festival (marseille), of the catalog of the Collecif Jeune Cinema (paris), of Arte alter ‘collection, online collection of kaosart, avilés, spain. Since 2017 it is also part of Tao-films, an on-demand platform curated by Nadin Mai and of, art TV based in Germany.


ELISA TURCO LIVIERI – She is graduated from DAMS (art, music and performing arts university) in Bologna. She started her pratical studies at the ERT, high school for actors (Emilia Romagna Teatro).

From 2005 to 2008 she reasearch about using voice studing with Imke McMurtrie, Chiara Guidi (School of Molecolar Voice – Socìetas Raffaello Sanzio) and Germana Giannini (folksong). In the latest years her research moved in the field of the body, she studies different way to approach mouvement and dance with: Hervé Diasnas (PMD, Presence mobilité dance), Alessandra Cristiani (Butoh), Francesca Pedullà (Axys Sillabus), Fabio Ciccalé, Alessandra Sini Gabriella Maiorino, Marta Ciappina (Contemporary dance). She has worked with several theatre and dance companies including: Meta-Teatro, Socìetas Raffaello Sanzio (Romeo Castellucci), Laminarie, Teatro Valdoca, Natacha Von Braun, Gruppo Nanou.

In 2011 she founded the group Dehors/Audela with Salvatore Insana (video artist) and Giovanna Bellini (lighting designer) with which she made a lot of works that exploring the connection of different languages, between visual and performing arts, and also urban and e site specific works presentend in festival as: Fabbrica Europa, Teatri di Vetro, Kilowatt Festival, Cross Award, Maxxi, Tenuta dello Scompiglio, L’Estruch (Barcellona), Traverse Video (Toulouse), IVAHM (Madrid), Danza & Foco (Rio de Janeiro).   From 2015 they also work with Fondazione Roma Digitale,creating some workshops about video and performing art for student of different level.


Gisela Fantacuzzi


Migrations as poetic invasions Poetic invasions as migrations
Multidisciplinary projects based on the relationship between dance and performance, the new audiovisual technologies, narrative, plastic image and the relationship between transcience and art. It is constituted as an open and itinerant project. It stems from the need to connect artists, open questions, discuss, experiment, exchange experiences and build new audiences.
Migrations migratio, -ōnis.
1. f. Periodic journey of poultry, fish or other migratory animals. 2. f. Geographical movement of individuals or groups, usually for economic or social reasons.
3. f. Inform. Transfer of programs, files and data of a system from a given technological platform to a different one.
4. f. Chim. Moving a substance.
Migration, from the Latin “migratio”, applies to all the movements of individuals from one place to another. Not only humans migrate but also animals, substances, programs and technological files. Birds migrate. They seek more favorable conditions. It is the arrival to a new destination, and the other side of the coin: emigration, the departure from the original territory. Emigrate, immigrate, migrate. Move from one territory to another. Cross borders. Circular. Drilling the limits, going further. Geographical, territorial, poetic invasions. Voluntary or involuntary. Temporary or permanent. Displacements.

concept and direction:: Adriana Barenstein e Gisela Fantacuzzi

dramaturgy: Adriana Barenstein

choreography: Gisela Fantacuzzi

performer: Gisela Fantacuzzi, Giandomenico sale + invated artist

production GRUPPO e-MOTION, supported by the Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism, the Abruzzo Region (IT) and the Municipality of L’Aquila (IT)

residence and co-production: Argentina/Italy, Centro Cultural Borges (Buenos Aires)

partner: Centro Cultural Borges | Experiencias en escena (AR)



1799 The Neapolitan Revolution searches for the parallelism between the ideas of two centuries ago and the contemporary ones, ideals that pushed igabcoins to die for them and in which ideals today we carry ahead against everything and everyone. What ideals we try to make those who are blind and deaf understand in the face of what goes beyond their own interest. Thoughts far too far from the understanding of the southern people of the end of the eighteenth century and very often still incomprehensible to the majority of the contemporary population. In the performance course Gisela Fantacuzzi, choreographer and interpreter, seeks in the movement of the body the clash between the two factions, Jacobins and Sanfedists, therefore between progressive / liberal and conservative ideals. Create a movement through what is your own internal clash between your ideology and the dominant one in the contemporary world. Driven and stimulated by the words that Giandomenico Sale, director and performer, brings to the stage giving voices to the thoughts of Cestari, Cuoco, Logoteta, Pagano, Vannucci, De Deo, studious proponents of this idealistic republic. Among the few scenic elements wheat grains sown through a dance that travels between hope and frustration, a representation of the thoughts and ideals of the Republic. Seeds thrown on arid land that does not bear fruit as those ideas failed to sprout in the heart of the people of the Kingdom of Naples. 1799 is a work in continuous evolution, the result of the internal research of interpretations which, thanks to the topicality of the thoughts written in the Neapolitan constitution, has the task of carrying out the work of knowledge and awareness of the people towards these high ideals of freedom and equality between diversified, different peoples, ideals still so far away from reaching. Those seeds continue to be thrown into the ground, those thoughts continue to have a voice. The revolution is not yet over, too much has to be freed from the obtuseness and ignorance that makes the people of today the victim of teaching and the fear of the different and the desperate, but as Vincenzo Cuoco said: “Everything can be done, the difficulty is only as. We can get to those ideas in time … The whole secret lies in knowing where to start. “And always the warning reserved to those who scream and frighten the people with their own thoughts and gag those who try to open their minds and knowledge:” If you persecute opinions, then opinions become feelings; sentiment produces enthusiasm, enthusiasm is communicated: you vindicate those who suffer persecution, you antagonize those who fear it, even the indifferent man who condemns you, and finally the persecuted opinion becomes general and triumphs. “

with Gisela Fantacuzzi and Giandomenico Sale

texts: Giuseppe Cestari, Vincenzo Cuoco, Emanuele De Deo, Giuseppe Logoteta, Mario Pagano, Atto Vannucci

technical direction: Marco Franzini

choreography: Gisela Fantacuzzi
dramaturgy and direction: Giandomenico Sale

co-production GRUPPO e-MOTION, supported by the Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism, the Abruzzo Region (IT) and the Municipality of L’Aquila (IT)



“All those memories,  added to each other, are no more than a mass, but they can
be distinguished among them – between the oldest and the  most recent, born of a perfume, and others that were the memories of a person who communicated them to me- as there are no cracks and real cracks, at least that veining, that hodgepodge of coloration that in some rocks and marbles indicate differences of origin, age and “formation”. 
Marcel Proust

There are many memories in the body that enrich us and shape us as people during our life. Memories that
leave traces in our body and in our soul. A line in the body. These memories, feelings, traumas, joys, energies we seek continuously within ourselves and in the space that surrounds us. In “Everything that extends in the air” all this is represented through the symbolism of gestures and movement and through the idea of ​​Marcel Proust that gives voice to the doubts of the human being, as is the same investigation that man does throughout his existence. The body, the voice, videos, music and sounds are the
languages ​​that are used to give life to this. And each image, each sound, each movement, each vibration, each gesture, each word, are the mode of expression of the corporal and spiritual memory that we forget to have.

A biography of the body and mind that the viewer can read from those gestures, those images, those words. A stripping away sharing the feelings that remain in the memory through movement and voice.
Explore your own past to feel how much these traces condition your own life, your own present and your own future.
Instalation: “Todo lo que se extiende en el aire” has the possibility to make an artistic installation. A video art piece and a sound landscape piece specially made for the project.

idea: Gisela Fantacuzzi
direction and creation: Giandomenico Sale / Gisela Fantacuzzi
performer: Giandomenico Sale / Gisela Fantacuzzi / Virginia Tuttolomondo (in Rosario)
music: Hernán Vives (fragments of “Sueño Florido #3, #4 and #9)
creation of video on scene: Francesca Saraullo
dramaturgy: Giandomenico Sale (texts by Marcel Proust and Gisela Fantacuzzi)
production: GRUPPO E-MOTION, Frentania Teatri and Compañia Insomnia, supported by the Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism, the Abruzzo Region (IT) and the Municipality of L’Aquila (IT)

in collaboration with: Associazione Armunia and Isidora Centro Danza with the sponsorship of the Italian Institute of Culture in Buenos Aires

trailer: Link Todo

Link Todo 2


GISELA FANTACUZZI – Choreographer, Performer, researcher. Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina 1981.

Artist supported by dance company Gruppo e.Motion. With the contribution of the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities of the Department of Live Entertainment and the Abruzzo Region.

Choreographic Composition I.U.N.A. (Instituto Universitario Nacional de Arte of Buenos Aires); Certified teacher of the Feldenkrais® Method.

He received the financial aid from PRODANZA (Institute for the Promotion of Dance for unofficial activity by the Ministry of Cultural Affairs of the City of Buenos Aires) for his work Migrare (2007) realized in Buenos Aires as part of the Festival ” Cocoa 10 años “. He received the aid of Iberescena (Latin American CreationAid Funds) for the creation of the “(eu) ropa | I live here this is my address “. Multidisciplinary project on the theme of violation of human rights in textile production. Project presented in Italy, Uruguay, Slovenia, Serbia, Macedonia and Spain. Produced by the E.Motion Group Company, Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities.

In 2015, together with Franco Sacchetti and Francesca Saraullo, he created the project “Raccolto, paesaggi di danza, teatro, suono e cibo” within the framework of the Project Riabitare il Futuro. Creation residences and multidisciplinary performance study on tradition and abandonment in small countries in the process of depopulation of the Abruzzo Region, Italy.

Project with which it received the economic support of the Abruzzo Region and ACS (Abruzzo Circuito Spettacoli)

During 2017 and 2018 he had the support of the ARMUNIA Creative Residences Association of Castiglioncello for his creation “Todo lo que se extiende en el aire” Performance on the memory of the body as an imprint

Performance produced by the E.Motion Group company and invited on tour in Argentina with the support of the Ministry of Heritage and Cultural Activities.

Since 2017 he has held the theater laboratory in the high security prison of Larino (CB) in collaboration with the Frentania Teatri association di-larino-porteranno-in-scena-la-gatta-cenerentola/

Dealing with the Feldenkrais® Method and dance, in recent years he has investigated the relationship between the sensitive body and its potential for expression in the scenic action and in the dance gesture. With this research, he created the laboratory “The Body Crossed” From pure Movement to artistic practice, creating spaces for practice, exploration and learning between M. Feldenkrais® and dance in different countries of the world.

GIANDOMENICO SALE – Director, actor and performer born in Termoli, Molise, Italy.
Her training and professional activity go hand in hand with Beatrice Bracco, Judith Malina, Tomás S. Walker, Sheila Dabney, Romeo Castellucci (Societas Raphael Sanzio), Emma Dante, Lluigi Maria Musati, Daniela Capacci, Giovanna Summo. He has presented his works at the Living Theater in New
York, Pázmány Film Festival in Budapest, Napoles Theater Festival, at the Stockholm Fringe Festival, at the TCHAU Festival Interarte Youth in Salvador de Bahia.

His is an artistic / anthropological journey focused on the investigation and experimentation of his own language, fruit of the fusion and contamination between body, word, sound and video elaboration.
His is an artistic / anthropological journey focused on the investigation and experimentation of his own
language, fruit of the fusion and contamination between body, word, sound and video elaboration.
In the year 2011 he founded the theatrical association Frentania Teatri, Center for research, production and theatrical programming.
Freelance artistic director, directs the theater Risorgimento de Larino (CB), Teatro Fulvio de Guglionese (CB), Teatro Verde de Termoli (CB).



Luigi Linardi


The creation was born as an author choreography, an artistic research in the phenomenological and social sphere. It presents itself as a theatrical show of contemporary dance, which can also be represented as single performances, where the restlessness of the human mind is the centrality of three dancing pictures, of a social contemporaneity, which lives in a convulsive way the reality of relationships and ties. Installation stories related to relational diversity. The fear of loneliness, of isolation would be the basis of emotional dependence that contributes to creating too close and rigid bonds. People who suffer from this disorder cannot imagine themselves without an emotional relationship or someone who continually satisfies their emotional needs.

The paintings mark three types of social behavior, which take shape through dance, gesture and action, interacting and modifying the installation structures, which do not present themselves as scenic elements, but otherwise become an integral part of the choreographic work.

 Vanity of existence – Narcissus report: The fragile thought of man-animal who does not accept the idea of ​​abandoning his image, beauty crumbles into a disturbed reality made of obsessions. The dancing language reveals a psychological unconscious in which the folds of the ego and the closure towards the other emerge.

Driin 612 (o) b.- emotional relationship as a couple: In a daily scenario, within the home walls a place of protection, the drama of a woman who experiences emotional abuse and gender violence is consummated. Routine, apparently normal actions and gestures are modified with the intrusions and abuses of the Stalk, so as to create “mental cages” of a fragile unease. Between convulsive games, you can breathe the attitude of the one who tries to put the puzzles together, without realizing the violence caused, jumping between unstable balances and distorted conditions. “Think en mi” is the suffering voice of that sick love. Meteor – collective relationship: Contemporary action is action as a need for communication, the root of being, the land of man. Open space between the user and the meteor-dancer, who comes into direct contact, causing, stimulating, communicative and spontaneous exchanges.

Integration towards the relationship process in the action of the dancer and the public. The body in its corporeity experiences a reaction of living matter.

concept, installations and choreography: Luigi Linardi

performers: Stefania Bucci and Luigi Linardi

original music: Patrizia Barillà, and AA.VV.

videomaker: Maurizio Morucci

production GRUPPO e-MOTION, supported by the Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism, the Abruzzo Region (IT) and the Municipality of L’Aquila (IT)

trailer: Link Convulsamente

LUIGI LINARDI – Artistic training: National Academy of Dance of Rome Institute of High Culture, Academy of Fine Arts of Rome Department of Scenography, with scholarship to the Hogeschool Sint-Lukas Art in Brussels. He perfected the study of contemporary dance with: B. Libonati, C. Morganti, D. Capacci, L. Latour, I. Ivo, A. Borriello, S. Brugnolini, E. Palmieri, S.Linke, S.Bourge, S. Onishi, R.North, J.Moss … Professor of contemporary dance technique and choreographic laboratory at the “Matilde di Canossa” high school of Reggio Emilia, assistant to A. Cannistrà and coordinator for the didactic-educational projects of the high school supported by National Dance Foundation-Aterballetto- Theaters. The dual artistic formation: solo dancer and costume designer for the National Academy of Dance,dancer-assistant and set designer-costume designer for the company Danza Ricerca by D. Capacci, dancer-costume designer for the e-MOTION Group by F. La Cava, choreographer and costume designer for the “Berenice” Opera of  Omar Galliani. 

Dance: for the Corps de Ballet of the Marrucino Theater in Chieti, choreography by M. Piazza, M.Cerruti, F. La Cava. F. Frizzi’s Octopus Orchestra (Complex of the Victorian exhibition by E. Degas – RAI International). Music Theater Internetional, Special Olympics European Youth Games Paralympics – RAI SAT. Solisti Aquilani, European Interferences Festival VI ed. and TanzZeit / Berlin Theatre Valle.   Participates in the International Competition city of Spoleto, semi-finalist Rome Danza XIV Prize, Artistic Director of the 2013 Review “In Danza” with C.Tocchi and of the Terpsychorean Review “InTILT art distortions 2019/20 at the A_Room Theater of Reggio Emilia. Choreographer for the events of: Civil Protection Department of the Council of Ministers – Beslan project, Palazzo Brancaccio, Fashion company Diesel SpA, Basilica S. Andrea della Valle, Mozartiani salons IX edition, Festival Danza in Corto 11, European Interference Festival, Channell Foundry, Open Stage, contemporary Rome, Festival of Creativity- Aquila Auditorium Park, Auditorium Parco della Musica- Filippide project, Restate, Festival of environmental art, Festival of Dance-National Dance Foundation. He collaborates for the experimental thesis on the Sociology of dance for the Faculty of Sociology of the La Sapienza University of Rome chair of Prof. P. de Nardis. As an installer he creates “Works for one night” for the newspaper “il Manifesto” and for the Off Circuit of European Photography 2018 and 2019 edition. Since 2006 he creates his own research group LuLynART, collaborates with organizations, companies and training schools, keeping theoretical and practical seminars and workshops on the social aspect of contemporary dance: action, gesture, movement.


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