•  Barbara Berti 
  •  Riccardo Buscarini 
  •  Compagnia Factory 
  •  Nicola Galli 
  •  Igor and Moreno 
  •  Manfredi Perego 
  •  Maurizio Saiu 
  • Dei crinali, 2015

    Choregraphy: Manfredi Perego
    Dance: Andrea Dionisi, Maxime Freixas, Manfredi Perego
    Music: Paolo Codognola
    Lights: Antonio Rinaldi
    Costumes: Antonella Faccini
    Production: Fondazione Musica Per Roma, MP.Ideograms with the support of TIR Danza
    Supported by the contribution of Fondo per la Danza D'autore/Regione Emilia-Romagna 2015/2016
    Artist-in residences: Fondazione Teatro 2 Parma, Fondazione Nazionale della Danza/Aterballetto Reggio Emilia, AMAT, ACS Abruzzo.
    Thanks to Rete Anticorpi.
    This project has been realized after win of “Premio Equilibrio Roma 2014”.

    I hear lines
    aimed at empty
    horizon internal


    Dei Crinali are imaginary horizons, literally lines connecting the high points of a mountain relief.
    The ridge is a horizon to reach, the look always from below; the rise throughout a landscape denies the view of what lies beyond, the sky stands above it, sets in motion the imagination that drives the steps.
    Drive a landscape, intense mixing with the item, it becomes part of it as long as you do not be surprised suspended between heaven and earth. There are on Earth back, on the border, will seek a balance between the two places, on a thin line, the point of contact between viable elements.
    The ridge continues its run parallel to the sky through attempts to rise. Perhaps inevitably it defeated in his relapse and function of conjunction, but its power is to be the horizon accompanying silent, divide, raises, suspends, and then try very humanely.
    You can follow him for a time, but then one side or the other will have to choose to go down. You can not remain suspended indefinitely. Emotional feelings and actions, on the border traverse the body, such as meat and wakes shake souls, these states appear and disappear quickly as fog, changing the human and natural landscape, hiding the completeness of the picture, allowing the eye to complete the vision of and if the place.
    It tells a landscape of ridges leading to the suspension, to relapse, the perennial attempt to change.