Dialogue between the arts - The value of the creative act

 

Research – Quality – Wonder

I want the San Materno Theatre, in Bauhaus style, unique in Europe,
to continue to be a space of intellectual freedom to create a breeding ground for ideas through research, quality and wonder.

At the heart of each project thrives collaboration, a dialogue for comparison and the growth of everyone

Awakening the value of the creative act as an innovative force to meet new visions around the body.

I like to think that dance can continue to meet and question the various artistic languages to explore, view, deepen and reflect on values of beauty and truth thanks to our inspirations.

May claiming the role of the beauty of our actions be an act of courage?

I like limits as they ensure intensity

Thanks to the dialogues with the arts, the spaces are transformed into a forge of creativity, a craftsman’s workshop where the teacher and the student rediscover the value of the freedom to play, with the pleasure of getting lost to observe the world with critical and “sweet” eyes.
The artists invited to dialogue with the arts are housed in the beautiful Bauhaus-style flats of the Teatro San Materno in Ascona.

The chair, the act of sitting

 Space for design architecture

The dancers of the young Tiziana Arnaboldi company together with architect-designer Riccardo Blumer invade a space to study and narrate the relationship created between the human and the chair object of his daily life.
To stimulate the audience to understand the principle according to which it is objects that help the human and his soul to grow.

The chair, the act of sitting

 Space for design architecture

The dancers of the young Tiziana Arnaboldi company together with architect-designer Riccardo Blumer invade a space to study and narrate the relationship created between the human and the chair object of his daily life.
To stimulate the audience to understand the principle according to which it is objects that help the human and his soul to grow.

Automatic architectures

 Space for architecture

Dancers Eleonora Chiocchini and Pierre-Yves Diacon invade a space to narrate. To understand the principle according to which it is shapes that help the human and his soul to grow.

Automatic architectures

 Space for architecture

Dancers Eleonora Chiocchini and Pierre-Yves Diacon invade a space to narrate. To understand the principle according to which it is shapes that help the human and his soul to grow.

The motif of a dance

Space for poetry

With the poet Fabio Pusterla, spaces and times open up, within which words become unpredictable movements, hints of a journey, memory, which the body of the dancer Valentina Moar tries to sing.

The motif of a dance

Space for poetry

With the poet Fabio Pusterla, spaces and times open up, within which words become unpredictable movements, hints of a journey, memory, which the body of the dancer Valentina Moar tries to sing.

The sound of stones

Space for stones and sound

Beat Weyeneth opens the space with sounds coming from his special lithophones: stone plates, in tune, arranged like a keyboard, which he built himself with the so-called ‘serpentine stone’. He is assisted by Luciano Zampar, who combines electronic modulations with sounds produced with raw river stones. The bodies of Pierre-Yves Diacon and Claudia Rossi Valli rediscover the value of fragility as a driving force for new postures.

The sound of stones

Space for stones and sound

Beat Weyeneth opens the space with sounds coming from his special lithophones: stone plates, in tune, arranged like a keyboard, which he built himself with the so-called ‘serpentine stone’. He is assisted by Luciano Zampar, who combines electronic modulations with sounds produced with raw river stones. The bodies of Pierre-Yves Diacon and Claudia Rossi Valli rediscover the value of fragility as a driving force for new postures.

Sketches in motion

Space of fertile imperfections

Lara Hanson, an American, sprinkles herself with brushes, colours and rolls of paper to start sketches of forms. Dancers Pierre-Yves Diacon and Lucie Lataste experiment with the continuity between heart, hand, mind and matter for a new, emerging form.

Sketches in motion

Space of fertile imperfections

Lara Hanson, an American, sprinkles herself with brushes, colours and rolls of paper to start sketches of forms. Dancers Pierre-Yves Diacon and Lucie Lataste experiment with the continuity between heart, hand, mind and matter for a new, emerging form.