Post-Water Chroreography Project
The event is carried out as part of the public program of the Post-Water exhibition, a rich schedule of events from January 22 to March 17, 2019, realized thanks to the contribution and support of the Compagnia di San Paolo of Turin.
The Post-Water Choreography Project is part of The School of Narrative Dance, a practice based on the idea of storytelling as an experience that can be explored choreographically, on non-hierarchical learning, on self-education and on the creation of active citizenship through informal education.
The event, with a strong emotional and conceptual impact and a great ethical and environmental value, is choreographed by Maria Fonzino, with the participation of professional dancers Francesco Dalmasso, Mariangela Vitale and Luana Cantania. Through the involvement of the opera singer Angela Gaetana Giannotti, of the musicians and percussionists of the Liceo Musicale “G. Verga” of Modica, of dancers, majorettes, performers, rhythmic gymnastics dancers, athletes and thanks to the participation of the public, Marinella Senatore‘s practice aims to suggest visions and to carry out a sort of “collective struggle” through the language of art. The activist nature of the artist from Campania combines in a symbiotic way with a message of protest that seeks to turn the spotlight on global issues relating to water.
Through Post-Water Choreography Project, the message proposed within the Post-Water exhibition exits the Museomontagna and enters the public space. Marinella Senatore’s performance becomes an activator for a collective sense of participation and responsibility.
The event was realized with the support of the Compagnia di San Paolo and thanks to the precious collaboration of the Liceo Musicale “G. Verga” of Modica, Club Majorettes Torino Centro, ASD Team Cuneo, the Coro Edelweiss CAI Torino, Società Canottieri Caprera, Circolo Amici del Fiume ASD.
Museo Nazionale della Montagna
25 gennaio – 3 marzo 2019
In the context of the exhibition Post-Water at the Museum and in relation to the theme addressed by the exhibition project, the Public Program, realized thanks to the contribution and support of the Compagnia di San Paolo of Turin, is designed as a tool for in-depth study and active involvement of the public inside and outside the spaces of the Mountain Museum.
A series of appointments that, through words, video and performance, will feature internationally renowned artists, scientists and experts. Figures invited to reflect on water and mountains, to investigate in a participatory way current issues related to climate change and global warming, to propose content on the subject, reflections on future scenarios and solutions to be implemented in the water crisis.
Discover the complete Public Program: Post-Water_PublicProgram_21_01