collettivo 320Chili

  • Misticanza (2013)

    Project by Collettivo 320Chili
    Interpretation Elena Burani, Piergiorgio Milano, Roberto Sblattero, Francesco Sgrò con la partecipazione speciale di Alessandro Maida

    production Collettivo 320Chili/Sosta Palmizi Teatro Olimpico/Filarmonica Romana, Flic Scuola di Circo

    Misticanza means “mixture” and is a term used for various vegetables, wild and cultivated, eaten raw in salads especially in central Italy. So it was called the Collective in its beginning by an artist friend of us. The show is inspired by this meaning to present an evening of contemporary dance and circus, in which all the Collective 320Chili founders alternate on stage along with the virtuous Alessandro Maida. An example of poetic and emotionally work in which different techniques act in an harmonious way. The need to express lead them to meet as they are, without frippery nor tweaks, naked and raw.
    The Collective 320Chili consists Elena Burani (aerial acrobat and dancer), Piergiorgio Milano (dancer and choreographer), Fabio Nicolini (acrobat), Roberto Sblattero (actor, acrobat, musician), Francesco Sgro (juggler, acrobat, dancer). The five artists blend their different technical skills Every circus technique is reported to energy and turns into need for movement in which the tools are intertwined to the body of the actors “becoming” new language that the show uses to evoke images, tell, surprise and excite.
    Alessandro Maida, graduated from the circus school Flic in Turin, he moved to Brussels where he attended the Ecole Superieure des Arts Esac du Cirque, where he met the artist Maxime Pythoude with whom he founded the company Circoncentrique and creates the show “Respire” , staged more than 200 performances throughout Europe.

    320Chili- Misticanza

  • Ai Migranti (2010/11)

    Collettivo 320Chili‚ associates of Sosta Palmizi
    won the ‘Premio Equilibrio’ 2010 with the performance Ai migranti.

    direction and choreography Piergiorgio Milano
    creation and interpretation Elena Burani‚ Florencia Demestri‚ Piergiorgio Milano‚ Fabio Nicolini‚ Roberto Sblattero‚ Francesco Sgrò
    collaboration in the choreography Florencia Demestri
    contributor to the drama Claudio Stellato
    based on an idea by Giovanna Milano

    original music Simon Thierree
    costumes Roberta Vacchetta
    sound Luca Carbone
    organization Giovanna Milano
    co-production Auditorium Parco della Musica di Roma‚ Associazione Sosta Palmizi‚
    La Corte Ospitale di Rubiera‚ Teatro Asioli di Correggio
    with the support of Associazione Il Teatro Possibile e Teatro Comunale di Castiglion Fiorentino
    a special thank to Ert Fondazione e Teatro Asioli-Correggio per la collaborazione

    debut
    Saturday 5 February 2011
    Auditorium Parco della Musica – Roma

    The international jury‚ led by the choreographer Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui and composed of Carole Fierz: Paris Quartier d’ete‚ (Paris); Brigitte Fürle: Berliner Festspiele‚ (Berlin); Gil Mendo: Culturgest (Lisbon);
 Benoît Swan: Pouffer Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet (USA)‚
 Suzanne Walker: Sadler’s Wells‚ (London)‚
 chose the company’s work for the following reasons:

    «Ai Migranti by 320Chili presents an example of a poetic and emotionally effective collective work. The artists/performers have been able to combine their different areas of training in a choral harmony‚ which‚ among other things‚ takes its inspiration from a major phenomenon of our age – migration – that affects us all. The jury has appreciated their ability to create evocative pictorial images‚ a result obtained using few resources and challenging the usual language of their disciplines. The jury encourages 320Chili to maintain and develop this approach.»

    Migrations are journeys that animals carry out regularly‚ cyclically‚ every year‚ along precise routes‚ often travelling for very long distances.
    Migrations‚ on foot or by sea‚ are a flow of people with their few torn clothes‚ eyes staring‚ nerves frayed and hearts frozen in anticipation of what lies beyond.
    Migrations: moving forward‚ moving backward‚ looking at the past‚ turning around and realizing how far we’ve come.
    Migrations are an instinctive necessity‚ combining external and internal movement.

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  • Quattro X Ora (2009)

    by and with Elena Burani‚ Fabio Nicolini‚
    Roberto Sblattero‚ Francesco Sgrò

    lighting and sound design Luca Carbone
    organization Giovanna Milano

    co−production Associazione Sosta Palmizi‚ Associazione Il Carro di Jan‚
    Teatro Mengoni di Magione (Pg)‚ Teatro Comunale di Castiglion Fiorentino (Ar)
    project shared by Teatro Stabile dell’Umbria

    On the eve of a new creation the company intends to continue along the creative path it has taken in recent years: on the one hand exploring man and his nature‚ and on the other‚ the boundaries between theatre‚ gesture and dance‚ which are no longer simply themselves‚ but become the substrata essential to performing the story.

    Each circus technique is reduced to energy and transformed into the necessity of movement. The equipment the actors use interweaves with their bodies like emotions that affect all the characters. Space expands and shrinks‚ fuelled by the precision of a falling object‚ the distance between two hands close together‚ the immensity of darkness‚ and the danger of the void to the point of ascending vertically and plunging downward to the stage floor.

    An urban‚ fairy−tale space where out of context characters meet: “They arrived without remembering where from‚ following a track that at a certain point stops.”

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Collettivo 320chili

In 2004 Collettivo 320Chili was formed in Torino by three young performers: Elena Burani‚ Fabio Nicolini and Francesco Sgrò‚ under the name Tripla Suarte. In 2007 two other artists joined the group: Roberto Sblattero and Piergiorgio Milano. The company thus changed shape and weight to become Collettivo 320Chili. Works created by the Collective are Invisibile (2007) and Quattro x Ora (2009). In 2010 the group won the ‘Premio Equilibrio’ with a shortened form of the performance Ai Migranti.


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