All dressed up with nowhere to go

—All dressed up with nowhere to go

Giorgia Nardin

Lecture-demonstration in tandem with Uovo-Romaeuropa

running time 35'

Triennale di Milano

23 March h 19.45

Drawing on the imaginative world of Hieronymus Bosch’s, Nardin’s choreographic research investigates the ambiguous relationship between beauty and brutality


Giorgia Nardin is a young choreographer and performer who – working with Amy Bell, a London-based dance and choreographer, and Marco D’Agostin – is establishing herself as one of the most intriguing voices of the new Italian scene. They present at Uovo a lecture-demonstration of their new production All dressed up with nowhere to go. In the piece, Nardin’s choreographic research investigates the possibilities of the language of dance, drawing on the imaginative world of Hieronymus Bosch’s paintings, his beastly and monstrous creatures, his fantastic portrayal of tragic subjects, the violence of his images embodying an ambiguous relationship between beauty and brutality.

by- Giorgia Nardin with – Giorgia Nardin, Amy Bell, Marco D’Agostin musical editing and sound effects – Tommaso Machiori moderator – Giulia Galvan this project is supported by – CSC Centro per la Scena Contemporanea – Bassano del Grappa e Graner / Mercat de les Flors Barcelona this project is developed as part of – Choreoroam Europe 2012.

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© Alice Brazzit

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