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Annamaria Ajmone e Alberto Ricca/Bienoise

1 JUN 2018

Ticket 15,00 Euros
Ticket under 30/over 65/groups 10,00 Euros
Students 7,00 Euros
8 pm
Running time 50'
Triennale Teatro dell'Arte
The performance TO BE BANNED FROM ROME stems from a dialogue between extremely different perspectives on the online network, as a reflection on digital identity and on the new geographies of ideas.

The performance TO BE BANNED FROM ROME stems from a dialogue between extremely different perspectives on the online network, as a reflection on digital identity – from a human point of view, rather than as a political or aesthetic study – and on the new geographies of ideas. 
Annamaria Ajmone, winner of the 2015 Danza&Danza prize for the best emerging contemporary performer and creator of some of the most exciting proposals of Italian young choreography, inhabits the space with warmth and subtlety, developing a quality of movement which radiates a captivating energy. 
Her choreographic research focuses on the idea of a reflecting body, not in front of a mirror, but rather in front of a translucent layer, a bubble through which it is possible to imagine and present oneself as one likes, constantly lit but also shielded.
She dialogues with Alberto Ricca/Bienoise, an imaginative and sophisticated electronic music artist, who marries a broad range of musical influences – from jazz to the most radical improvisation – with a meticulous attention to the construction of soundscapes. The piece’s music is composed dissecting the hymns and new online genres and is executed live capitalising on the acoustic of the space and on asymmetric diffusion: this enhances the contrast between abstract and physical, between the allure of illusion and the effort of reality. 


Annamaria Ajmone graduated in modern Literature from Università Statale in Milan and later received her diploma  in dance from Civica Scuola of the Paolo Grassi theatre. She has worked with Guilherme Botelho, Ariella Vidach, Daniele Ninarello, and Santasangre. She has been collaborating with Cristina Kristal Rizzo, Muta Imago, Strasse as well as with the videomaker Maria Giovanna Cicciari. In 2015 she was invited to participate in Jérôme Bel’s Compagnie, Compagnie. In 2013 she created [In]Quiete which was a finalist for Premio Equilibrio. In 2014 Tiny was awarded the DNAppunti Coreografici prize and was later presented at the Romaeuropa Festival and the Venice Biennial. She created Būan for the College Biennial 2015. From this experience was born the idea to realize a more vast project – “Pratiche di abitazione temporanea” -, a series of actions constructed and performed in non-theatrical spaces. The project made stops in Milan, (Fondazione Prada) Florence (Palazzo Pitti and Cango), Paris (Italian Cultural Institute of Paris), Los Angeles, (Night Gallery), Reggio Emilia (Musei Civici), Milan (Bonotto Edition). In 2017 she created Mash in collaboration with choreographer Marcela Santander Corvalàn.

Alberto Ricca  received in 2014 his diploma in Elelctronic music from the Como Conservatory after graduating in Media Languages and after concluding a Master in Composition from the Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia. In December 2015 he published as Bienoise the album Meanwhile, Tomorrow for White Forest Records. The album is considered by many specialized magazines to be one of the best albums of the year. He has also been publishing for Concrete Records (Small Hopes of Common People, a soundtrack album for films that were never finished, 2015), Bitcrusher (Sono una Teiera Tonda \Il mio beccuccio è a forma d’onda, 2010, under the alias Maestro delle Metope). Since 2015 he has been among the protagonists of The Italian New Wave, a project of Club To Club Festival which promotes new Italian creativity at an international level. In 2014 he was selected by Red Bull to represent Italy at the Tokyo Academy. He is one of the founders of Floating Forest Records, a label and music collective. He has been collaborating with , among others, the European Institute of Design in Milan where he teaches electronic music production and performance techniques. He us not a dj.


concept: Annamaria Ajmone and Alberto Ricca
choreography and dance: Annamaria Ajmone
live music: Bienoise (Alberto Ricca)
set and costumes: Jules Goldsmith
lighting and technical direction: Giulia Pastore
produced by: Torinodanza festival, Cab 008, Club To Club Festival
in collaboration with: The Italian New Wave
project realized as part of: Residenze Coreografiche Lavanderia a Vapore / Piemonte dal Vivo
shortlisted by: Hangar Creatività - Progetto promosso dall’Assessorato alla Cultura della Regione Piemonte
with the support of: Ministero dei beni delle attività culturali e del turismo and Regione Toscana




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