13 > 17.06.22
CN D Pantin
Silvia Gribaudi’s artistic and choreographic language straddles dance and theatre, always embodying a form of lightness and irony. Her work focuses on research through the body, the relationship with the audience, with particular attention to the social framework in which it takes place. In 2009, she created A corpo Libero, a piece selected by Aerowaves Dance Across Europe, then presented at the Venice Biennale and in numerous festivals. Her shows Graces (2019) and Monjour (2021) are touring in several countries and they have been presented in Paris at The Théâtre de la Ville-Théâtre des Abbesses. Silvia Gribaudi's new performance will be premiere in June 2023: Where does a ballet end? a large-scale production supported by the Biennale de Lyon, Théâtre de la Ville and the Big Pulse Dance Alliance.
The workshop is an experience of the poetic dimension that Silvia Gribaudi researches between the vivacity and presence of the body, where the cathartic dimension of humour and play are embodied in the expression of the body and of the gesture in each person. Through a proposal mixing contemporary dance training and clown, with a focus on the value of the fall, imperfection and mistake are considered as an expressive opportunity.
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