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26 - 27 MAY 2018

Ticket 10,00 Euros
Ticket under 30/over 65 7,00 Euros
Students 5,00 Euros
5 pm, 5.45 pm, 6.30 pm, 7.15 pm
Running time 15’
Fondazione Giangiacomo Feltrinelli
viale Pasubio 5
Last stage of a work on urban landscapes, Veduta is a reflection on the city and on landscape prospective visions.

“This project has the great merit of being able to amaze in an era in which everything seems possible.” Zero

Veduta is a reflection on urban landscapes and on prospective vision. Authored by one of the most interesting dance companies of the international scene, the project plays with the filmic idea of a “room with a view”, transforming a cityscape by layering it with a soundtrack and with the movement of the performers occurring across the space, from nearby to far away. The audience experiences the performance looking out from the windows of the new Fondazione Giangiacomo Feltrinelli headquarters. Through the headphone audio, the landscape acquires an allegoric dimension: a coming together of coincidences which seem to allude to other meanings. Mysterious activities redesign the present so as to reinterpret the urban condition through the signs of a possible elsewhere. As such, dance becomes a viewpoint on the world, as well as a suggested escape route. 

mk has been conducting for almost twenty years some of the most interesting research on movement of the contemporary scene. Thanks to this rigorous work Michele Di Stefano, founder of the group, was awarded the Silver Lion at the 2014 Venice Biennial for dance. Their more recent productions include Il giro del mondo in 80 giorni (with two dancers of the William Forsythe Company and various Italian artists) Quattro danze coloniali viste da vicino and Grand Tour, Impressions d’Afrique. In 2014 they created Robinson, in collaboration with visual artist Luca Trevisani. In 2015 they created various installations and site-specific works. In October of the same year, the MilanOltre festival featured a retrospective dedicated to their more recent works which included Giuda and the debut of Hey which was made in collaboration with the duo Sigourney Weaver. Apart from performances they have also organized various conferences, laboratories and experimental proposals including Piattaforma della Danza Balinese in the Santarcangelo Festival (2014 and 2015), various projects for the Dance Biennial 2013-14-15 and the cycle of performances AngeloMai Italia Tropici in Rome. In 2014 Michele Di Stefano , the group’s choreographer was commissioned by Aterballetto (Upper East Side) and by the Korean National Contemporary Dance Company (Line Rangers Seoul). In 2015 they re-presented their very first project e-ink, this time with two dancers from Aterballetto, as part of the project RIC.CI (Reconstruction Italian Contemporary Choreography). In 2012  Agenti autonomi e sistemi multiagente was published, a text by Michele Di Stefano and Margherita Morgantin giving choreographic instructions and meteorological reports.

Roberta Mosca was born in Biella. Choreographer, dancer, and actress, has studied and worked at the Teatro alla Scala Milano Ballet School, John Cranko Schule Stuttgard, Vienna State Opera House, Leipzig Opera, Aterballetto, Maggio Fiorentino, Ballet Frankfurt, and The Forsythe Company. She recently collaborated as a freelance artist with MAMAZA, mk, Laurent Chétouane, and espz. In 2003,  in collaboration with Cora Bos Kroese, she created the Biarteca Interdisciplinary Festival in Valle Cervo (BI), that in 2017 reached its 14th edition. 

 Lorenzo Bianchi Hoesch was born in Milan in 1973. Composer and performer, he has received commissions from important international institutions, such as  Groupe de de Recherche Musical (GRM), Biennale di Venezia, Opera of Gothenburg, Ballet National de Marseille, Festival di Santarcangelo, Romaeuropa Festival, Aterballetto. He has performed in Europe, Japan, China, Indonesia, and in the USA. He is a composer for mk, he collaborates with various artists as well as with Ircam – Centre Pompidou in Paris, where he lives and works. 

A project by Triennale Teatro dell’Arte and Fondazione Giangiacomo Feltrinelli.


by: Michele Di Stefano & Lorenzo Bianchi Hoesch
production: mk 2016
in collaboration with: festival Danza Urbana Bologna
with the support of: ResiDance – Dance Haus Milano & MIBACT
with: Biagio Caravano, Roberta Mosca, Laura Scarpini
music: Lorenzo Bianchi Hoesch
choreography: Michele Di Stefano
organization: Carlotta Garlanda with Francesca Pingitore
audio system: LEM International – Silentsystem

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