Who are the leading figures in the contemporary dance of the last 50 years? What influences and contaminations have there been with the world of contemporary art and architecture? What were the ideas that revolutionised the performance of dance?
Vito Di Bernardi, Patrizia Veroli, Francesca Pedroni, Maria Pia D’Orazi, Ada D’Adamo, Susanne Franco, Virgilio Sieni in conversation with the curator of the project Anna Lea Antolini, meet the MAXXI public to discuss in seven encounters the history of contemporary dance and to discover together the relationship between dance, architecture and art through video contributions from Cro.me. – Cronaca e Memoria dello Spettacolo of Milan and from the Historical Archive of the Romaeuropa Foundation.
Pina Bausch’s Tanztheater | with Francesca Pedroni
Saturday 12 January, 11.00
MAXXI B.A.S.E., Graziella Lonardi Buontempo room – admittance free while places availabl
Pina Bausch radically changed the world of 20th Century theatre and dance. With her “pieces” created with the Tanztheater Wuppertal, Bausch revolutionised the relationship between movement and emotion, inner self and story, everyday gesture and choreography. Her interest in what “moves people” created a vision of the dancer no longer as interpreter but as co-author in a long and wonderful journey of the spirit.
11.00 – 13.00
9 February 2013 | Maria Pia D’Orazi
9 March 2013 | Ada D’Adamo
13 April 2013 | Susanne Franco
11 May 2013 | Virgilio Sieni
The Histories of Contemporary Dance is a Carolina Italiano project, curated by Anna Lea Antolini and organized by Giulia Pedrace.
In collaboration with Fondazione Romaeropa and Cro.me.