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STAY IN TOUCH
I HAVE BURNT IN YOUR EYES. I BURN.
Performance Inspired by Wim Wenders Paris, Texas
After a journey in California I felt that the desert was for me a place of dream and burn, I remember that I read the Truman Capote's book Cold Blood, a masterpiece I have adored, and I suffered from an inclement desire and I wondered if the mystery of this desert and its unlimitedness would have led me far. Today, by watching Paris, Texas, I said to myself: this burn is now within me, in my desert and in our desert, every day, and I would like to talk about it with body strength and theater, and through this film.
"A story of loss, about the ability to feel love but inability to live it”
Inspired by Wenders' 1984 masterpiece, this site-specific rewrite follows four couples who find themselves in a non-place, between sculptures and memory that constantly resurges through the obsession of memory of the past and one final, unanswered question : who will we trust with our uncertain future and our past childhood?
In 2017, a third Neapolitan experimental residency of the project "J'ai brûlé dans tes yeux. Je brûle ". ( I have burnt in your eyes . I burn ) A multidisciplinary collaboration established in Naples and Paris between kulturscio'k and the project abitare l'arte /La Casaforte SB .Performance / installation, directed and written by Alessia Siniscalchi, installations Valeria Borrelli, Antonio Sacco, Giovanni Ambrosio photography, physical work. Actors and dancers started improvising first during a creative residency in a rehearsal space in Montreuil, and then continued at the Goethe Institut in Paris in 2015, and most recently continued at la Casaforte SB in 2015/2016 which was supported by the Institut français Naples and Matronato Fondazione Donnnaregina per le arti contemporanee .In 2017 we performed in Madre Museum , Naples
A constant dialogue with plastic art, dance music and theater evolving in different residencies and research for a specific creative process.
Photography: Creation's diary
Photos: Desert: © Francesca Chiacchio - Stage: Giovanni Ambrosio / Black Spring Graphics Studio