Premio Europa per il Teatro:
Untitled I will be there when you die
The Europe Theatre Prize promotes, in the setting of live performances, interdisciplinarity, integration, and co-operation between theatre and other arts. Its aims are to promote the knowledge and diffusion of drama throughout Europe, to advance the development of cultural relationships and to strengthen the European conscience. Europe Theatre Prize assigns, among others, two awards: the Europe Theatre Prize and the Europe Prize Theatrical Realities.
The prize is awarded for the work of a career and the winner is chosen for the whole of his artistic path among notable personalities of international theatre, considered in all its different forms, articulations and expressions.
Alessandro Sciarroni is a visual artist, dancer, and performer. He's active in the eld of Performing Arts with several years of experience in visual arts and theater research. His works are featured in contemporary dance and theater festivals, museums and art galleries, as well as in unconventional spaces and involve professionals from different disciplines.
Best Dance Italian Performance :
Maria Taglioni on the ground
direction, choreography: Francesca Pennini
In a white limbo. Like a Fashion Show. Like a collection of insects. Like a ballet. Romanticism that goes beyond the ‘contemporary’ and its conceptualisms, simultaneously cooled and made incandescent by a look of lacerating and distant citation, dedication and oxymoron. A journey through the body that exposes itself in the most extreme, aseptic and ascetic nudity, carrier of wonderful clothes in which to hide and celebrate its darkness, exalting and projecting itself in a mythological horizon. Sylphidarium evokes the choreography that was the origin of the romantic ballet, La Sylphide, featuring Maria Taglioni in 1832, the affirming act of the pointe shoes and the tutu. It evolves in Les Sylphides, abstract evocation of its moon-like fumisterie of 1909, mutating now towards entomology with the sylphs, beetles that feed on carrion and are used by scientists to trace the time of death of a body. An autopsy of classical ballet, transformed and hybridized by gymnastics, acrobatics and bodybuilding, presenting an aerobic finale, modeled on Jane Fonda’s keep-fit videos, with spatial silver outfits, in the midst of a white scene that wants to repeat the dazzling effect of twirling tutus. The fantasy connects with the ironic dismantling of balletic scenarios, of the story of Adolphe Nourrit, as the upward leaps fight against the disarticulation of the erect posture or freeze in tableaux that seem to stop time in a hybrid frame between the past, today and the future.A glowing work, supported by the highly mobile music composed by Francesco Antonioni and the iridescent, real, slightly crepuscular and imaginative lighting by Fabio Sajiz.A reflection on the forms of tradition in order to draw a mutant body, surpassing stereotypes typical of the "contemporary" genre, to venture into uncharted territories that go beyond the etiquette of predefined shapes and also that of contamination, in search of its generative urgency for expression.
Edited 10’ video: https://vimeo.com/218128954/f2e4977a0a
see the video: THIS IS A MUSICAL
Karol Tymiński is a Polish choreographer/performer, member of Centrum w Ruchu, graduated from Performing Arts Research and Training Studios (P.A.R.T.S.) in Brussels, Belgium and Warsaw Ballet School. The works created by Tyminski has being presented in various venues in Poland and abroad. In his explorations Tyminski mainly focuses on gender problems. Performer, presented as a vesel that can be filled with any story or idea, oscilates between masculinity and feminity or even beyond sexual definition.
During his career Karol has performed in Belgium, Chech Republic, France, Germany, Holland, Italy, New York City, Poland, San Diego, Spain, United Kingdom.Tyminski aslo works with other artists among all, Joe Alter, Nigel Charnock, Fabian Chyle, Eleonore Didier, Vincent Dunoyer, Bill T. Jones, Kaya Kolodziejczyk, Jennifer Lacy, Liat Magnezy, Jacek Poniedzialek, Agneja Seiko. Karols' artistic activities has been rewarded by the support of European Commission, Open Latitude, Stary Browar Nowy Taniec, Ciało/ UmysłFoundation, The Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of Poland, Advancing Performing Arts Project, Institute of Music and Dance, Movement Research, Mica Moca, Adam Mickiewicz Institute, Burdag Foundation and the President of Radom City.