Three are the artists who have chosen to share their own artistic vision and projects with the dancehouse of Collegno.

Daniele Ninarello

Daniele Ninarello, after attending the RDA, has the opportunity to dance with several international choreographers. Since 2007, he has presented his creations in many national and international festivals. Since 2010, his productions have been included in the network “Anticorpi XL” in Italy, and he has presented his work internationally as part of the networks Les Repérages and Dance Roads supported by MosaicoDanza. ROCK ROSE WOW received the prize ‘Teatri del Tempo Presente’, supported by Fondazione Piemonte Dal Vivo and MIBAC Ministero per i Beni e le Attività Culturali. He has danced with internationally renowned musicians and composers including Ezio Bosso, Dan Kinzelman e Xenia Ensemble. In 2016, he creates Kudoku, together with the musician Dan Kinzelman, which had his debut in BIENNALE DANZA 2016. In the same year Kudoku was selected by AEROWAVES TWENTY17, by NID Platform 2017 and for Rencontres Choreographiques – Seine Saint Denis – France. STILL, which received the Prospettiva Danza Prize (I), is part of the project STILL Body Experience with Digital Brain realized with the support of Compagnia di San Paolo “ORA! linguaggi contemporanei_produzioni innovative”. In recent years, he has collaborated as a teacher with national and international centers including University of the Arts di Amsterdam, Da. Re project and Balletto di Roma. In 2018 he was also selected for the action “Prove d’Autore XL” of Anticorpi XL Network.

Silvia Gribaudi

Born in Turin, Silvia created A corpo libero in 2009, a pièce with which she both convinced the audience and won the jury prize at the Giovane Danza d’Autore contest. From 2013 to 2015, she focused on body and nudity, creating performances such as: The film contains nudity (a project within Performing Gender) and What age are you acting? Le età relative (an “Act your age” project). In 2017, she was selected among Italian choreographers for the 2017 ResiDance Anticorpi XL Network. In 2016 and 2017, she directed and choreographed three different performances (My Place, Felice, and R. OSA_10 exercises for new virtuosities). In 2017, she premièred in Vancouver, Canada, with Empty. Swimming Pool and R. OSA was shortlisted at the UBU Prize for best dance performance. In 2019, she has presented the piece Graces, the CollaborAction#4 2018/2019 project winner, and she will premiere with the performance Humana Vergogna developed in the context of Matera European Capital of Culture, 2019.

Silvia Gribaudi

Born in Turin, Silvia created A corpo libero in 2009, a pièce with which she both convinced the audience and won the jury prize at the Giovane Danza d’Autore contest. From 2013 to 2015, she focused on body and nudity, creating performances such as: The film contains nudity (a project within Performing Gender) and What age are you acting? Le età relative (an “Act your age” project). In 2017, she was selected among Italian choreographers for the 2017 ResiDance Anticorpi XL Network. In 2016 and 2017, she directed and choreographed three different performances (My Place, Felice, and R. OSA_10 exercises for new virtuosities). In 2017, she premièred in Vancouver, Canada, with Empty. Swimming Pool and R. OSA was shortlisted at the UBU Prize for best dance performance. In 2019, she has presented the piece Graces, the CollaborAction#4 2018/2019 project winner, and she will premiere with the performance Humana Vergogna developed in the context of Matera European Capital of Culture, 2019.

Andrea Costanzo Martini

Andrea Costanzo Martini was born and raised in Italy, where he first studied contemporary dance and ballet. At the age of 19, he moved to Munich, Germany, where he attended the Heinz-Bosl Stiftung Ballet Akademien. He began his professional carrier in 2004. In 2006, he joined the Batsheva Ensemble and 2 years later moved to the main Company. During these years, he performed the repertoire of Ohad Naharin and Sharon Eyal and began his activity as Gaga teacher and Choreographer through the Company’s “dancer create” program. He later joined the Cullberg Ballet. He created a work “For Men Only” presented at the Moderna Dans Theater. In 2012, he moved back to Israel where he joined the Inbal Pinto Dance Company and started creating his own works. In 2013, he was awarded First Prize for choreography at the International Stuttgart Solo Competition for the solo “What Happened in Torino”. He regularly teaches at the Gaga center in Suzan Dallal and at the Vertigo Studio.

Resident Artists

Over the years, Lavanderia a Vapore has welcomed many dancers and choreographers, who have lived in these spaces precious experiences of artistic residency.