DOM- is a project created in 2013 by Leonardo Delogu and Valerio Sirna to investigate the language of performing arts, with a particolar focus on the relationship between body and landscape. The project is named after L’uomo che cammina (The walking man), a manga by Jiro Taniguchi featuring a middle-aged man who walks around his city, looking curiously and carefully at small things, with a calm pace and the desire to discover the most hidden spots. In Milan, the “walking man” will be played by Antonio Moresco, writer, author of fiction, theatre and non-fiction works. He is the man the participants will have to follow from the centre to the outskirts, from open to closed spaces. A wonderful experience for viewers/walkers, a rare occasion to watch one’s city with different eyes. A complex project made with ZonaK that we are proud to present in Milan.
A project in collaboration DANAE FESTIVAL and ZONA K
A special thanks to associazione terzo paesaggio
duration 4 hours and 30 minutes
*The place of departure will be communicated via SMS to each participant the day before the booked performance, therefore a telephone contact will be requested. The performance provides a walking path of about 4 hours, it is recommended to wear comfortable clothes and shoes. It is not suitable for people with reduced mobility.
creation and space dramaturgy DOM- Leonardo Delogu, Valerio Sirna with Antonio Moresco and with Paola Galassi, Isabella Macchi thanks to Studio Azzurro produced by Teatro Stabile dell’Umbria, Danae Festival, Zona K organization Francesca Agabiti inspired by Jiro Taniguchi’s manga The Walking man