coreografia e interpretazione Tommaso Serratore
musica Ben Frost, Colleen, Pink Floyd
testo tratto da L’uomo e i suoi simboli di Carl Gustav Jung
voce Alessio Maria Romano
costumi Elisa Lupi
Study of the head. It starts by a reflection on the head as a body subject to gravity, and considered as an input parameter in the dynamics of common action movements of the body. The head is not only a body part but also the centre of brain activity.
The path evolves into an analysis of sleep stages. Initially, the breathing is slower, the heartbeat slows down, the body temperature is lowered and the muscles relax. Only during the last stage, the mind is detached from reality, the brain activity is more active, dreamy, and we lose the ability to move the total.
A reflection of the head as a source of movement-related activity in the dream.
Within the L.OF.T. project of the Opus Ballet, in Florence, deep study of contemporary dancing disciplines choreographed by Fabrizio Monteverde, Daniela Paci, Samuele Cardini, German Jauregui, Loris Petrillo, Laura Simi, Peter Mika, Corinne Lanselle, Giorgio Rossi. Became part of Officina Pontormo, project directed and taught by Virgilio Sieni, dedicated to dance and experimentation of contemporary art, dancing on the coreographies of Visitazione and Gulliver. Choreographer and dancer for the company CoCoCo and directed by Francesca Pravisani, dancer in the company l’Artimista Daniela Paci.
His interest is directed toward a search for coexistence between the different practices and performance techniques, interested in the body as a tool to deconstruct the codes, (re) creating a movement that is both intimate and moving constantly towards evolution.