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giardino motorio est un atelier destiné à vous faire remettre en question les possibilités de votre corps, son pouvoir de communication et ses limites.
Dans un espace protégé qui vous appartient, vous suivrez un parcours physique expérimental où vous reviendrez à l’origine du mouvement en prenant conscience de tout votre atlas corporel et de ses principaux territoires. Une façon de redécouvrir le plaisir de la danse en réinventant un dialogue entre les corps, l’espace et le temps.
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Nicola Galli (1990, Ferrara - IT) works on body research, stated in artistic pieces and devices that ranges from choreography to performance, from body installations to graphics.
In 2010 he starts a personal research focused on shape and definition of the “stratification” and “landscape” concepts in connection with the body, that develops in installations and choreographic pieces. Starting from the geometry and the astronomy he is fascinated by anatomy, proportion and details; these elements compose the core of his trasversal scenic imaginary.
In his works, the body become the irradiate core of the artistic research which focuses on analytical exploration of movement as a part of different knowledges.
From 2010 to 2014 he worked as dancer and performer in the company Collettivo Cinetico directed by Francesca Pennini.
Since 2014 he is choreographer supported by TIR Danza. In 2018 wins the prize "Equilibrio" - Fondazione Musica per Roma with the pièce Deserto digitale and "Danza & Danza" Prize as best emerging choreographer with the pièce De rerum natura. In 2019 wins the italian prize "Sfera d'Oro per la danza" and in 2021 the Prize "Radicondoli per il teatro in the name of Valter Ferrara" for innovation and use of new technologies in the theater with the performance Genoma scenico | digital device.
His works have been presented in: Egypt, France, Germany, Italy, Holland, and via livestreaming in South Korea.
He has also collaborated with important international Institutions: Italian Cultural Institute (Paris), Balletto di Toscana (Florence), MUSE Science Museum (Trento), Scuola Normale Superiore University (Pisa), Fondazione Perugia Musica Classica (Perugia), Institute of the Arts (Seoul), IUAV University (Venice).