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We have realized 4 performances on the occasion of "La Pazienza di Essere Raccontati, 9 stanze per 9 canzoni", installation exhibition on the album "Vivere o Morire" by Motta, organized by Camere civico 15 Palazzo Chianini Vincenzi in collaboration with Arezzo - Men/Go Music Fest, Woodworm Label and Arezzo Crowd Festival.

An artistic event that offers the vision of a varied humanity and that invites us to look beyond, to keep our eyes and minds constantly open to the contemporary world, through an investigation in four acts that starts from different points of reflection to explore two fundamental questions: who are we and where are we going?

"Yes, but why?" It is the first performance/installation inspired by different relationships. Out of the ordinary characters face the difficulty of establishing relationships in the postmodern world. Is it possible to survive the distance with oneself? Yes, but why?

"Ana, Eva, Ketty" Performance dedicated to the life of Ana Mendieta, Eva Hesse, Ketty La Rocca. A narration that unwinds between words and symbolic gestures linked to three artists of the twentieth century. A secular prayer, very tender, where from an endless sea of negative events arise opportunities to resolve that change unhappy conditions in the exaltation of free will.

"Slowalk" Performance on a path open to all. A participatory walk in slow motion where you can capture actions and details never seen before, where every small and slow movement is a note on time and space. A short and at the same time very long journey that puts in first place the abandonment of conventions, of the sense of speed, of old manners. By slowing down we change our point of view on things.

"Urban Codex" performance/installation inspired by the Codex Seraphinianus, the fantastic encyclopedia illustrated by Luigi Serafini. Mysterious and indecipherable characters communicate imaginary and imaginary worlds, rewriting the artistic language through a grotesque and colourful allegory of a possible society of ours.

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