Silvia Gribaudi | A corpo libero

Location

Giardini Pubblici e Centro Sociale La Quercia
Category

Date

Sep 09 2023

Cost

FREE EVENT

A corpo libero

♦ first show at 10.30 am – Giardini pubblici | Loggetta Lombardesca
second show at 8.30 pm – Centro Sociale La Quercia

choreographed and performed by Silvia Gribaudi
musical arrangement Mauro Fiorin
light designing David Casagrande Napolin – Silvia Gribaudi
production Associazione Culturale Zebra
Winner of the Giovane Danza D’Autore Veneto award (Italy 2009)
Winner of the Giovane Danza D’Autore Veneto audience award (Italy 2009) Biennale di Venezia 2010 – Aerowaves Dance Across Europe 2010 Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2012
Do Disturb – Palais De Tokyo 2017
duration 15 minutes

“There is nothing comic outside of what is properly human.”
Henri Bergson

A corpo libero is a work that mocks the female condition starting from the joyful fluidity of the body, exploring from a dramaturgical point of view a time of inadequacy, a time of omnipotence and a time of acceptance in a contamination of expressive techniques.
A dancing body that occupies full and empty spaces, that relates with its curves and its ‘soft parts’: imperfection that becomes normality, one’s physicality as the surface of an inner world. Silvia Gribaudi’s A corpo libero is a desecrating performance brought into urban spaces, the cry of revolt of a woman seeking freedom.

ph. Samanta Cinquini

***

“Gribaudi is endowed with generous curves, a piquant sense of humour, great comic timing and an adorable willingness to throw caution (and the teensy, stretchy frock that causes her so much embarrassment) to the wind.”
Mary Brennan, Tue 7 Aug 2012, heraldscotland.com

“A Corpo Libero is a unique antidote to the omnipresent youth glamour market, and Gribaudi is hilarious, self- aware, and all-woman.”
Lorna Irvine, Tue 7 Aug 2012, theskinny.co.uk

“A Corpo Libero is a glorious and life affirming piece; short in length but big in heart. Everything is pitch perfect – lighting, sound, staging and choreography. A joy and a gem.”
Lisa Wolfe, Tue 7 Aug 2012, totaltheatrereview.com