Danae is pleased to welcome back Silvia Gribaudi with a project devised and carried out together with the musician Sara Michieletto and the photographer and documentarist Elisabetta Zavoli, and based on the experiences made by Sara and Elisabetta during an artistic residency held in Amazonia in 2019. The three artists gather to invite the audience to a joyful tree-centric experience. Cambium conveys the need to change the paradigm of human society: we live in a world where the anthropocentric perspective tends to deny other living creatures their own subjectivity, and to exclude every other life form, placing human beings at the centre and above anything else. The attempt to “see” the world as other non-human subjects do, and to imagine the interaction among the different perspectives, can allow to “unveil” the network of relations that all lives depend on. “Assuming” the perspective of other living creatures can help blur the boundaries that separate the single individuals, and feel a part of the whole.
Based on a shared idea by Sara Michieletto, Elisabetta Zavoli, Silvia Gribaudi produced by ZEBRA Associazione Culturale with the support of Emotion for Change and IntercettAzioni – Centro di Residenza Artistica della Lombardia (a project by Circuito CLAPS and Teatro delle Moire, Industria Scenica, Milano Musica, ZONA K)
Duration: 30 minutes
Tickets: 10€ / 8€
Silvia Gribaudi is a performing artist. Her choreographic language ranges over performing arts, dance and theatre, and her research focuses on the body and the relation with the audience. Her poetics is based on a constant interaction and inclusion of the social and cultural fabric where her performances are developed. Her artistic language is a mix between dance and a raw and empathetic humour. Among her performances, A corpo Libero (awarded the Premio Giovane Danza d’Autore 2009), What age are you acting? (European project Act Your Age, dedicated to active ageing through the art of dance), R.OSA (nominated to Premio UBU 2018), Graces (awarded the Premio Danza&Danza 2020), E humana vergogna, created for Matera – European Capital of Culture within the project La Poetica della vergogna. In 2021 she premiered Mon Jour! at the Torinodanza Festival.
Sara Michieletto, violinist of the Teatro La Fenice in Venice, worked with the London Philarmonic Orchestra, the BBC Orchestra and with some of the most famous international musicians: Chung, Muti, Maazel, Masur, Sinopoli, Pretre, Gardiner, Gergiev. She performed with various chamber music ensembles and was awarded in several contests. Since 2015 she has been playing worldwide as a soloist (Asia, Europe and Africa) in her project “Emotion for Change”. In 2019 she was chosen together with the photographer Elisabetta Zavoli among 350 artists from all over the world for the artistic residency Labverde in the Brazilian Amazon forest.
Elisabetta Zavoli. Since 2009, she has spent 4 years in Algeria and 6 years in Indonesia, working as a freelance press photographer on gender issues and environmental problems linked to pollution and climate changes. She won several awards including, in 2016, the “Journalism Grant for Innovation in Development Reporting” of the European Journalism Centre (EJC). Her photographs were published by the leading international magazines. In 2019, she was chosen, together with the violinist Sara Michieletto, for the artistic residency Labverde in the Brazilian Amazon forest.