“The Woman who walks” is a danced tale of emotions and fantastic interactions, born from the encounter with some works of art.
The source of inspiration was indeed a walk inside a museum, the Guggenheim in Venice, where the dancer met some works by various artists who suggested fantastic images and dreams.
Paintings or sculptures, when they touch the observer, create the desire to “get inside”, to join the artist’s creative process. Hence the desire to share these suggestions and bring the young public closer to the works of art.
This is the direction in which the choreography of “The woman who walks” was created. After all, a choreography is like a painting: the scene is the canvas, the movements of the dancer are the colors, and her expression is the brush. The
lines of the body, arms, hands and legs draw bodily spaces and geometries, in the air and on the ground.
The choreography, born from the encounter with the works of art, has inspired in turn the creation of original images, thus giving rise to a new imaginary, between visual art and dance.
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