Staging of the “Solar System”. The performance is enacted by the audience. Each participant rotates him or herself and around each other, replicating the geometry of the planets that form the system. The system is formed and distroyed continuously, undergoing substitutions, changes and defections. Participants in the System will be, from time to time, passersby, friends, and spectators who want to improvise a planet and its movement.
A collaboration with fashion designer Isa Griese, in Paris, produced a series of dresses that reflect the colors of the planets, easy to wear and to be exchanged, used by the participants of the system in Paris, Sao Paulo, Brasilia and Bergamo.
- 2007 Solar System (Trento). with ‘Teatro Instabile di Meano’
- 2008 Solar System (Perdaxius).
- 2008 Solar System (Milano)
- 2009 Solar System (Paris). with Isa Griese
- 2009 Solar System (São Paulo). with Isa Griese
- 2009 Solar System (Brasilia). with Isa Griese
- 2010 Solar System (Bergamo). with Isa Griese
- 2015 Solar System (Altkirch). with Chloé Maillet and Louise Hervé
SOLAR SYSTEM (TRENTO)
October 5, 2007. With “Teatro instabile di Meano”, III International Prize for Performance 2007, Centale di Fies, Dro, Trento.
SOLAR SYSTEM (PARIS)
April 2, 2009. Ange Leccia et Le Pavillon, Musée Bourdelle.
In collaboration with Isa Griese
SOLAR SYSTEM (BRASILIA)
May 6, 2009. In collaboration with Isa Griese
SOLAR SYSTEM (SÃO PAULO)
May 12, 2009. São Paulo. In collaboration with Isa Griese. FAAP, São Paulo.
SOLAR SYSTEM (BERGAMO)
January 27, 2010. In collaboration with Isa Griese
SOLAR SYSTEM (ALTKIRCH)
(La performance des saint-simoniens)
July 2015. Altkirch. In collaboration with Chloé Maillet and Louise Hervé. CRAC Alsace.
The communities inspired by the ideas of Claude Henri de Rouvroy, comte de Saint-Simon in the first half of 19th century, were used to dance and sing under the starry sky, performing the movement of the celestial bodies.
The workshop invited the participants to create a collective dance by following the rules of the Solar System, and then to try and imagine a new possible Solar System, with planets and satellites invented and performed by them.
The final performance was part of the work piece ‘La performance des saint-simoniens’ by Chloé Maillet and Louise Hervé.