project, direction and choreography Stefano Mazzotta
created with and interpreted by Alessio Rundeddu, Amina Amici, Damien Camunez, Gabriel Beddoes, Manuel Martin, Miriam Cinieri, Riccardo Micheletti
collaboration to the dramaturgy Anthony Mathieu, Fabio Chiriatti
special participations to the filmic project Antonio Piovanelli, Loredana Parrella, Elisa Zedda, Sara Angius
troupe video Massimo Gasole/Illador Film, Damiano Picciau, Alberto Masara, Emanuele Pusceddu
make up Federica Li
vocal coaching Elena Ledda, Simonetta Soro
lights Tommaso Contu
production assistent Maria Elisa Carzedda
production Zerogrammi
coproduction Festival Danza Estate – Bergamo (It), La meme balle – Avignon (Fr), La Nave del Duende – Caceres (Sp)
with the support of Residenza artistica artisti sul territorio INTERCONNESSIONI/Tersicorea/Sardegna, Comune di Settimo S. Pietro, Comune di Selargius, Arca del Tempo, Soprintendenza Archeologica Belle Arti e Paesaggio per la Città Metropolitana di Cagliari e le Province di Oristano e Sud Sardegna, Regione Sardegna, Regione Piemonte, MIBAC – Ministero per i Beni e le Attività Culturali, FONDAZIONE Banco di Sardegna
in collaboration with CASA LUFT, Ce.D.A.C Sardegna – centro diffusione attività culturali circuito multidisciplinare dello spettacolo dal vivo, PRIFERIE ARTISTICHE – Centro di Residenza Multidisciplinare della Regione Lazio – Supercinema, Tuscania
with the partecipation of Orchestra Fiati Città di Collegno 
under the patronage of Città di Collegno
within the framework of Aspettando Fòl Fest, organized by Città di Collegno, Dipartimento Interaziendale di Salute mentale dell’ASL TO3, Fondazione Piemonte dal Vivo, Lavanderia a Vapore, Servizio IESA ASL TO3 – Centro Esperto Regione Piemonte, ARCI, cooperativa sociale Il Margine, associazione San Lorenzo and other local associations
The choreographic project Elegìa delle cose perdute (Elegy of Lost Things) is inspired by a corollary of readings which are predominantly existentialist and introspective. Among these mostly emerges the novel Os Pobres by the portuguese author and Historian Raul Brandao. The landscape evoked by this literary reference, on the edge between raw, sour, dreamlike and illusory, reflects a nostalgia, a Sehnsucht, a memory as matter that traces back our roots and identity and, at the same time, the separation from them and the feeling of moral exile that arises from it: a dream of impossible returns, anger facing the time that annihilates, a send-off from what is lost and that has marked the map of our inner journey. In the investigation about the topos of exile, our desire is to explore, beyond its merely geographical meaning, the moral condition that concerns anyone who may feel alien to the world in which he/she lives, placing him/her in a state of suspension between past and future, hope and nostalgia. The desire that nostalgia carries along is not actually the desire for a static eternity, but for ever newer genesis and for a place that remains, a place where you experience a rebirth as a living matter, that helps you to resist, to last, to change, a place where you can go without ever arriving, infinitely.

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17 Jun 2021


8:30 pm


Chiostro della Certosa

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