FOG Vol. 2

Triennale Milano performing arts festival is back: from October to December there will be 17 events including shows, performances, films and concerts. The autumn calendar wants to be an opportunity to rediscover new formats and experiment the union of expressive languages, giving space to young people and some great masters of the scene.

© Lorenza Daverio

Margherita Mauro, Michele Rho

Come Out! Stonewall Revolution

Show

A crucial moment in the history of the LGBTQI+ community and of the 20th century, the Stonewall events are an opportunity to reflect on the present (power, identity, democracy and public space) through a dialogue between imaginary voices and archival material. A tribute to the acts of courage of those who fought in the name of freedom, gender equality and inclusion.

© Lorenza Daverio

Stefan Kaegi

Lectio Magistralis

Conference

An unmissable event with one of the most inspiring creators of contemporary performance, which is first and foremost an invitation to explore relationships and links, to investigate theatrical tools and vocabularies to open unexpected perspectives on reality and its transformations.

© Sebastiano D'Ayala Valva

Sebastiano D’Ayala Valva

Giacinto Scelsi e Il primo moto dell’immobile

Screening

Triennale Milano Teatro dedica un momento alla figura affascinante e controversa di Giacinto Scelsi (1905-1988), compositore di spicco del panorama musicale del Novecento con la proiezione on line del documentario Il primo moto dell’immobile di Sebastiano d’Ayala Valva, basato sulle memorie e i pensieri del compositore, registrati su nastri magnetici nel suo studio-appartamento romano.

© Sebastiano D'Ayala Valva

© Andrea Giomi, Martina Zena

Andrea Giomi, Martina Zena

Frequencies of gesture

Performance

Frequencies of gesture is an interactive performance-installation by Andrea Giomi and Martina Zena which investigates movement and its expressivity.

© Andrea Giomi, Martina Zena

© Francesco Luzzana

Francesco Luzzana

object oriented choreography (wisiwyg)

Performance

object oriented choreography (wisiwyg) by Francesco Luzzana is a lecture performance suspended between the real and the virtual. 

© Francesco Luzzana

© John G. Moore

National Theatre of Scotland

Scenes for Survival 

Screening

A season of over 50 unique digital theatre works created by the National Theater of Scotland in response to the Covid-19 outbreak that has forced us into our homes in recent months. Each work was created in quarantine by a creative team consisting of a performer, a playwright and a director.

© John G. Moore

© Giada Spera

Elena Sgarbossa 

KEO

Performance

The artist invites the audience to formulate thoughts, hopes and fears about the future and share them through written messages. On stage, the artist composes a bodily translation of the textual contributions – an instant choreography aiming at establishing a utopic relationship with the Other-faraway-in-time to understand the relationship with the Other-close-in-time.

© Giada Spera

© Rolf Arnold

Barokthegreat

GHOST We are the idiots

Performance

The performance is inspired by footwork culture. Through a process of slow abstraction, Barokthegreat highlights the hypnotic side of the practice, in which the dancer’s legs seem to come to life by themselves under the rule of the beat.

© Rolf Arnold

© Luca del Pia

Annamaria Ajmone

NO RAMA

Performance

In the space created by the choreographer Annamaria Ajmone, bodies acquire new shapes and powers, while they share secret tales. Time dilates, generating a widespread and self-sufficient system, where each element is connected to the others and space is in constant flux. Combining science and fiction, NO RAMA is only one of the possible options investigated by Annamaria Ajmone's great talent.

© Luca del Pia

© Estefanía Landesmann

Francesco Cavaliere

Gancio Cielo

Performance

Gancio Cielo is an audio-story in Italian with abstract electronic music tracks played live. Realised by the performer, musician and artist Francesco Cavaliere, the work includes hidden audio-visual effects which highlight crucial narrative moments.

© Estefanía Landesmann

© Giulia Lenzi

Trickster-p

Book is a Book is a Book

Performance

Can a book, a simple yet mysterious object, become a space to be explored performatively? Producer of magical spatial and temporal dimensions, the book is at the centre of this new project by Cristina Galbiati and Ilija Luginbühl.

© Giulia Lenzi

© Shonen Insolence Productions

Éric Minh Cuong Castaing

L’Âge d’or

Screening

Created by award-winning choreographer and visual artist Éric Minh Cuong Castaing, following months spent working in a specialized medical institute, the film captures the emotion of the children involved in a shared dance and in the magic of a virtual-reality experience.

© Shonen Insolence Productions

© Alice Brazzit

Marco D'Agostin

First Love

Performance

Interpreting memories of a well-known condition, that of being in love for the first time, and merging them with the competitive atmosphere of the race, D’Agostin constructs an intimate story where body and voice interact to compose a new and unusual grammar, both urgent and delicately poetic.

© Alice Brazzit

© Tomaso Le Pera

Luigi De Angelis, Michele Di Stefano, Lorenzo Gleijeses

Corcovado

Performance

An engaging meditation on the theme of travelling, Corcovado questions the isomorphism between movement and speed, typical of contemporary hypervelocity, thinking anew the concepts of journey and exploration.

© Tomaso Le Pera

© Phil Griffin

Jan Fabre

The Night Writer. Giornale Notturno

Show

The Night Writer. Giornale Notturno – which FOG presented in a world premiere in 2019 – returns to Milan after a long and successful tour. It is a visionary and disarming hymn to the subversive and intriguing figure of Jan Fabre, one of the most innovative visual artists and theatre makers of the international scene.

© Phil Griffin

Qui a tué mon père, Copyright © 2018 Édouard Louis / All rights reserved.

Deflorian/Tagliarini

Chi ha ucciso mio padre

Show

Collaborating for the first time as directors instead of dramaturgs or performers, Daria Deflorian and Antonio Tagliarini stage the last autobiographical novel by Édouard Louis, the young French writer who, with strong and effective prose, gives a scorching and impassionate analysis of the the class struggle, of the relation between dominated and dominants.

Qui a tué mon père, Copyright © 2018 Édouard Louis / All rights reserved.

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