A man and a woman are dressed in nothing but neatly tailored shirts. Side by side, they fold cuffs, collars – making gestures as if idly passing time on the street. Slowly, they react to a gradual loss of balance and try to avoid falling. Bathed in soft light, this mesmerising and gentle duet hovers between concrete reality and abstraction. It casts a spell that gradually fills the stage – and the body reacts to all this.
With the support of the Culture programme of the European Union.
Tickets available at Old Brewery information points (ul. Półwiejska 42).
She is an independent choreographer and performer. She trained at the Northern School of Contemporary Dance in Leeds (UK), and graduated in 2010. Together with regular collaborators Francesca Foscarini and Marco D'Agostin, she created Spic & Span, winner of a special mention in Premio Scenario 2011. There and then, her first experiment in choreographic research, was selected at the Vetrina della Giovane Danza d'Autore 2011. Dolly, her first solo creation, was finalist at the Premio GD'A 2012 and received a special mention from DNA|RomaEuropa Festival. It was also included in the Italican Showcase at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2012.
Giorgia teaches regularly and has performed in works by Sonia Brunelli and Igor & Moreno. She has been selected to participate in numerous European projects, including: ChoreoRoam Europe 2012, an international project for choreographic research; B Project, an international project for the production of work around the universe of Jheronimus Bosch; and Performing Gender, an international project for the production of durational performances on the theme of gender and sexual orientations.
All dressed up with nowhere to go, her first piece for two performers, was the winner of Premio Prospettiva Danza 2013, and was selected to be presented in the NID Platform 2014 and been selected for a priority list of Aerowaves 2015.
Choreography: Giorgia Nardin
Created with & performed by: Marco D'Agostin, Sara Leghissa
Research: Amy Bell, Marco D'agostin, Sara Leghissa, Giorgia Nardin
Sound Editing: Luca Scapellato
Lighting Design: Matteo Fantoni
Costumes: Edda Binotto