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Daniele Ninarello

4 APR 2018

concept e coreografia concept e coreografia Daniele Ninarello
con Marta Ciappina, Pablo Andres Tapia Leyton Alessio Scandale
dramaturg Enrico Pitozzi
musiche Dan Kinzelman
light designer Cristian Perria
organizzazione Silvia Limone
photo Andrea Macchia
Ticket 15,00 Euros
Ticket under 30/over 65/groups 10,00 Euros
Students/Children 7,00 Euros
8 pm
Running Time 40'
Triennale Teatro dell'Arte
Daniele Ninarello's work explores the relation between movement and identity, giving form to the fickleness and uncertainty of the contemporary condition.

“A masterful choreographic score, another confirmation of one of the most interesting authors on the national scene.” Teatro e Critica

Award-winning performer, known all over Europe, Daniele Ninarello has danced for high-profile choreographers such as Virgilio Sieni and Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui. His work interrogates the relationship between movement and identity, embodying the changeability and indeterminacy of the contemporary condition. Still signals an incessant return to the body. A slight figure, like a Giacometti sculpture, moving towards the unknown and following an uncertain trajectory, goes through life thanks to the fragility and the power of its own anatomy. The figures falter: they are supported by the act of watching and by a tapestry of sounds which seem to suggest a path. In this acoustic magma, the bodies are fragmented in the constant quest for a centre, chasing an “elsewhere” which materialises on stage. Each body is always more than the sum of its parts.

Daniele Ninarello is a choreographer of international fame. After completing his studies at the Rotterdam Dance Academy he collaborated with  Bruno Listopad, Felix Ruckert, Barbara Altissimo, Meekers Uitgesprokendans and Virgilio Sieni. Among his productions are Still (2016), Kudoku (2016), L.A.N.D. Where Is My Love (2015), Deltao (2015), Rock Rose Wow (2013), Vertigo (2013), Bianconido (2012), Man size (2012), Non(leg)azioni (2010), God Bless You (2010). Besides participating in festivals and national and international projects, he has been selected for various artistic residencies (at Mosaico Danza, Centre Choreographique Luxemburgeoise and within the international project Sharing). In 2016 he presented Kudoku at the Biennial of Venice at Teatro La Fenice while during the same year Still was awarded Premio Prospettiva Danza. His wider project STILL Body Experience with Digital Brain won the call ORA! Linguaggi contemporanei, produzioni innovative of Compagnia di San Paolo. In 2014 L.A.N.D. Where is my love received the CollaborAction award which was promoted by the Anticorpi XL network and coordinated by Mosaico Danza. In 2013 Rock Rose Wow won the call Teatro del Tempo Presente which was promoted by Fondazione LIVE-Piemonte Dal Vivo and by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism.


idea and choreography: Daniele Ninarello
with: Marta Ciappina, Pablo Andres, Tapia Leyton, Alessio Scandale
dramaturg: Enrico Pitozzi
music: Dan Kinzelman
light designer: Cristian Perria
production: Codeduomo
supported by: Prospettiva Danza Teatro, Bolzano Danza, Mosaico Danza / Interplay Festival, Grand Studio (BE), Armunia, Mirabilia International Circus & Performing Arts Festival, CSC Centro per la Scena Contemporanea, Fondazione Piemonte dal Vivo | Lavanderia a Vapore
creation realized inside the project: Choreographic Residencies Lavanderia a Vapore 3.0/ Piemonte dal Vivo
STILL is part of the project STILL Body Experience with Digital Brain, winner of the call "ORA! linguaggi contemporanei _ produzioni innovative” made by Compagnia di San Paolo Interactive
systems: Emanuele Lomello | Interaction Designer in partnership with NABA (Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti – Milano)
Visual art project curated by Gigi Piana and Ewa Gleisner
Coordination: Silvia Limone

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