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FU STELLA (SOLO)

COREOGRAPHY AND DANCE | ALICE BEATRICE CARRINO / DUO NUX

ARTISTIC DIRECTION AND REWORK | MATTEO BITTANTE
PRODUCTION | DANCEHAUSpiù

duration 15'

In “Fu Stella,” inspired by Matteo Corradini's book of nursery rhymes of the same name, choreographer Alice Beatrice Carrino's exploration delves into such profound themes as absence, memory and the emptiness left by those who are no longer with us.

The choreography powerfully illustrates the process of remembering, a task that often involves wrestling with the absence of a loved one, and in addressing the void, the space where someone once was but is no longer, the performance invites the audience to contemplate the nature of memory, exploring places of remembrance and the multitude of individuals who once inhabited them, particularly resonant in the context of wars that affect us even today.

 

Memory, as depicted in “Fu Stella,” is akin to holding a seashell to one's ear: a vessel that once cradled the life of a living being. Each act of remembering becomes an intimate exploration, an attempt to hear not only the echoes of the sea but the echoes of the existence of the living being itself.


DELICIOUS OVERDOSE

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