Willi Dorner (AT)
Bodies in urban spaces is an artistic intervention in city spaces for twenty performers, halfway between theatre and installation. Crowded under a bench, wedged between a group of trees, poised over a fountain, perched on top of walls or camouflaged between door jambs, the artists’ bodies take the public on an unusual itinerary through the spaces of their city. They involve passers-by, residents and the public in the discovery of new performance possibilities and offer new suggestions with which to observe already familiar places. Present for many years in the most important European festivals, the Viennese choreographer Willi Dorner creates with this unusual intervention in urban spaces a real site-specific action, working from city to city with groups of local performers.
The show is itinerant and will be covered on foot.
Departure point: Biblioteca Dergano – Bovisa, Via Filippo Baldinucci, 76
Public transport: bus 82, 92 / tram 2 / Ferrovie Nord Milano and Passante Ferroviario (Bovisa-Politecnico at 850 mt), M3 (Dergano at 950 mt)
Place of arrival: in the middle of Milan
conception Willi Dorner assistant choreographers Esther Steinkogler, Ian Per Dolan photos Lisa Rastl; performers for Milan Carolina Amoretti, Alice Bassetti, Davide Boi, Alessandra Bonincontro, Andrea Campani, Lorenzo Covello, Simona Drago, Antonella Fittipaldi, Alice Giuliani, Cinzia Galliani, Elisa Ghion, Lucrezia Palandri, Melania Pallini, Simone Paris, Mauro Plebani, Samuel Puggioni, Edoardo Sgambato, Francesca Sproccati, Clara Storti, Daniele Tenze assistant for Milan Luci Mazzi organisation Federica di Rosa logistic support Fattoria Vittadini
Viennese choreographer Willi Dorner creates stage performances, site-specific projects, films and installations presented at major international festivals. Bodies in urban spaces (2007) won major international recognition (award for interdisciplinary art at the KOÏNZI-DANCE Festival in Hamburg) and was shown in more than 90 cities worldwide. Finally, Dorner made the short films TREID (1999), mazy (2003), body trail and fleeting (2009), set in motion (2012) and every-one (2015) for cinema.