« A N A S T O M O S E »
(Italy-México-France 2012)

“Anastomose” is a choreographic research based on the natural phenomenon of the union between two entities that develop as one in relation to the inner and outer landscapes. Starting from the basic human condition of each individual to have the necessity to communicate and interact with the surrounding we place two bodies in one space. The two dancers are connected by their hair exploring the transformation of this new condition.
Anastomose is the dialogue of two bodies in one action that developed integration of duality into a solo and unicity into a duo.

Performance : Giorgia Minisini & Paulina Rucarba
Concept : Jean-Baptiste Fave, Giorgia Minisini & Paulina Rucarba (Ruiz Carballido)
Sound Direction & Design : Jean-Baptiste Fave
Camera : Jean-Baptiste Fave
Duration of the piece : 25-30 minutes

With the support from : Fondo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes y el Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnología à traves del Programa de Becas para Estudios en el Extranjero FONCA-CONACyT, Estudios Artísticos y Culturales México. Collectif V.I.D.D.A (Videos, Images, Danses et Documentaires en Atelier) France.

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