14 - 15 March 2016
Young people today have only one fear: that their dreams will come true. On the misunderstanding of self-reproach. On the resistance to inhabiting and wearing one’s own identity. On androgyny and misrecognition. Towards the neutral. The more perfect the more undefined.
The first experiment for Dehors/Audela of research conceived from the life/work of Claude Cahun, writer, photographer and actress born in 1894 in Nantes, close to the surrealist movement in the 1930s, long forgotten and rediscovered only a few decades ago.
Claude Cahun was a controversial artist who was persecuted because of her homosexuality and her Jewish origins. His whole life/work, undermined by constant attacks and insults, can be defined as a continuous pursuit of a missed identity, conceived as resistance and revolt against any forced identification.
concept Salvatore Insana, Elisa Turco Liveri; stage action Elisa Turco Liveri; images Salvatore Insana; sound Achhn, Osvaldo Cibils, Sebastien Bach Pires (RRR); production Dehors/Audela; with the support of ACS – Abruzzo Circuito Spettacolo/ Electa Creative Arts, Stalker Teatro, L’Estruch, Florian Meta-Teatro; project selected for Nuove Traiettorie XL
Elisa Turco Liveri and Salvatore Insana (Dehors/Audela) met in Rome in 2010, in the Atelier Meta Teatro directed by Pippo Di Marca.
The project they are part of brings together theatre, video art and performance in the sign of a continuous research in which the different artistic codes maintain their specificity and at the same time are capable of generating new forms of expression.
In the name of reciprocal interference, they start from a practice in which, if the body and the action constitute the centre of the dramaturgy, the video too has physical traits, it feeds on the body and becomes an integral part of it on stage.