Tu non mi perderai mai (2005)

freely “inspired” by the Song of Songs

solo by and with Raffaella Giordano

light designer Maryse Gautier
sound designer and electro-acoustic compositions Lorenzo Brusci / Timet
flute Enrico Gabrielli
additional sound Jòhann Jòhannsson
technical realisation Alessia Massai

a special thank to Beatrice Giannini for her collaboration
and also to Doriana Crema‚ Giulio de Leo‚ Bruno de Franceschi‚
Cristiano Carpanini‚ Caterina Sagna and to Eachone

production sosta palmizi
co–production L’Officina – atelier marseillais de production
in collaboration with con Teatro Comunale di Castiglion Fiorentino

…writing‚ develops it’s communicative strength in the simplicity of gesture‚ re-embracing the value of form as mirror of a intimate content. Inner life that travels from hand to hand. The gesture’s plot is crossed by the fumes of the song and carries with it the theme of love‚ the deepness of time‚ the word left to space…

“In the meshes of writing
the power of time is inscribed
and also the space that holds
speaks of what rests within it
I am a piece of history
voices of the living and the dead walk with me
love gave birth to me
the weave of gestures carries the theme of love
perception of an existing relationship is alive
love pushes and misses an unfound you and a me
space and time know things we cannot know
this loneliness is born in the breathing
and can live only if and because it is being watched.”

Raffaella Giordano

<b>Tu non mi perderai mai</b> Raffaella Giordano - Modena<em>photo Alessandro Botticelli</em> <b>Tu non mi perderai mai</b> Raffaella Giordano - Modena<em>photo Alessandro Botticelli</em>