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Triennale Milano
FOG Triennale Milano Performing Arts
March 15 – June 5 2019

FOG is a unitary multidisciplinary project that favors the intertwining of the disciplines, focuses on the production and presentation of theater performances, pursues and significantly strengthens the production and programming of music and dance as well as the link with its surrounding space, the Palazzo dell'Arte, where the Triennale di Milano - the Italian institution dedicated to architecture and design - is located.

© Gullick

Daniel Blumberg in trio

Daniel Blumberg
March 19 2019
Daniel Blumberg, one of the most determinedly original artists in independent music, will be back in Italy with his latest work: Minus, his first solo record released by Mute Records.

© Simone Gosselin

Nel paese dell’inverno

Silvia Costa
March 22 – 24, 2019
Through a poetic and visual investigation of Cesare Pavese’s oeuvre, Silvia Costa creates a piece that connects with the real through the transfiguration of objects into images and symbols.

© Giovanni Oscar Urso

P!nk Elephant

Siro Guglielmi 
March 24 2019
DiD Studio Fabbrica del Vapore
Siro Guglielmi, promising young talent of Italian choreography, creates stylised yet exuberant pieces. P!nk Elephant is a dance around the object of love; it is the expression of a body in constant transformation.

© Paolo Porto


Sara Sguotti
March 24 2019
DiD Studio Fabbrica del Vapore
With this visceral self-portrait, the Italian artist Sara Sguotti stages her anguish and her pleasure. Winner of “DNA appunti coreografici 2017”, S.Solois a bodily research that stems from an emotional encounter with Baudelaire’s poem “The Dancing Serpent” and with works by Louise Bourgeois, Tracey Emin and Ren Hang.

© Gianluca Di Ioia


Giovanfrancesco Giannini
March 25 – 26, 2019
DiD Studio Fabbrica del Vapore
In datamigration_1 the performance space is connected to remote geographies, in a mediatic landscape which draws on information. Through images, videos and digital streams, Giovanfrancesco Giannini takes the audience on a journey through the archived data of his personal memory.

© Gianluca Di Ioia


Collettivo Munerude
March 25 – 26, 2019
DiD Studio Fabbrica del Vapore
Rotten#1 focuses on processes of organic transformation of plants and fruits and the visible changes they produce. The Munerude collective places bodies in a “vegetable” condition, treating them as natural masses affected by the passing of time. 

© Gianluca Di Ioia


Salvo Lombardo/Chiasma
March 25 – 26, 2019
DiD Studio Fabbrica del Vapore
OPACITY#4 interrogates bodily representations that erase difference. Salvo Lombardo deconstructs assumptions to critique the notion of the West as origin of signification. 

© Luisa Gutiérrez


El Conde de Torrefiel
March 29 – 30, 2019
El Conde de Torrefiel is one of the revelations of the last few years. The Spanish collective comes back to Milan with the Italian premiere of LA PLAZA, a piece envisaged as a town square which narrates the present while tapping into the collective memory of the past.

© Enrico Malatesta

Aliossi "Crazy Bugs Experience"

Enrico Malatesta
March 30 – 31, 2019
Devised for young audiences, Aliossi is a sound experimentation project that invites children to interact freely with acoustic forces and with the relational possibilities generated by the interplay of stimuli and intuitive reactions. 

© Gianluca Di Ioia

Square Milano

Lorenzo Bianchi Hoesch
April 2 – 7, 2019
Square Milano is a participatory installation that manipulates its surroundings. The result of a research project developed at IRCAM - Centre Pompidou in Paris, the work guides the audience through an ambiguous soundscape which plays with the simultaneous perception of real and fictitious inputs.

Linda Fregni Nagler ETN-O96-ML Bali, “all in the expression.”

Things That Death Cannot Destroy

Linda Fregni Nagler
April 3 2019
The work is a double projection of antique glass slides for magic lantern. In Things that Death Cannot Destroy the artist presents sequences of images from her private archive, conceived as a stream of visual associations.

© Andrea Macchia

Parete Nord

April 5 – 6, 2019
In Parete Nord, experiencing dance as interlocked movements means employing it to explore what is on the outside and attempting to lose figurative boundaries – dissolving into the world. The piece is organised as a diptych: the opening part, built on the incessant and close dynamism of the performers, is followed by a landscape scene, inspired by the “geographical disobedience” that every mountain territory brings with it.

© Gianluca Di Ioia

Duetto in ascolto

Camilla Monga
April 17 2019
The young Italian choreographer Camilla Monga collaborates with the composer Zeno Baldi in a duet that employs attentive listening to explore processes of choreographic and musical accumulation. Every visual and aural stimulus becomes a recognisable sign to be turned into pure sound.

© Gianluca Di Ioia

Deserto digitale

Nicola Galli
April 17 2019
Deserto digitale is a choreographic composition dedicated to the revolutionary music of ‪Edgard Varèse and inspired by the piece Déserts. The composer’s experimental research is at the core of the performance, conceived as a visual and dream-like ritual between suspension, violence and catharsis.

© Furio Ganz


Francesca Foscarini
April 30 2019
Teatro Franco Parenti
Animale is a powerful and poetic work by the Italian choreographer Francesca Foscarini, winner of the Danza&Danza 2018 prize for emerging artists. Created for the French dancer Roman Guion, the solo – which premiered at the Venice Biennale in 2018 – is a choreographic jewel on the relationship between human and animal sensitivity.

© Lukas-Heistinger


Michele Rizzo
April 30 2019
Teatro Franco Parenti
“Deposition” is a term borrowed from physics: it refers to the process of turning volatile material into solid matter. In this hypnotic and evocative solo piece, artist and performer Michele Rizzo draws inspiration from this process of transformation to present to the audience a possible reverse transcendence – from the virtual to the deeply humane and back.

© Enea Colombi

POST From post-global to post-experimental

May 7 2019
"From post-global to post-experimental" is a true mix of sounds: from the latest proposals of Intelligent Dance Music to the urban sounds of South American cities, via the garage rap of metropolitan suburbs and a post techno between noise music and 4/4 drum beat.

© Gabriela Neeb

Uncanny Valley

Rimini Protokoll (Stefan Kaegi) Thomas Melle
May 9 – 11, 2019
In this startlingly provocative new work, at FOG in Italian premiere, multi-award winning performance collective Rimini Protokoll engages with the issue of androids and their unsettling resemblance to humans.

© Gianluca Di Ioia


Compagnie Didier Théron
May 12 2019
Bizarre and exhilarating, the cycle “GONFLES / Vehicles” by Compagnie Didier Théron elevates air to motor of creation. The figures of these works are dressed in inflated latex: it is the air inside and outside the costumes that generates forms and deformations, energy and dynamics.

© Jorge Sánchez

Tú Amarás

May 15 – 16, 2019
Addressing challenging – and very timely – questions about discrimination, this prize-winning play by the Chilean company Bonobo interrogates the relationship between progress and intolerance: who are the “others”? What marks their difference? How do they become the enemy?

© Cristian Chironi

Milano Drive

Cristian Chironi
May 16 – 26, 2019
Fondazione ICA Milano
Milano Drive is a multidisciplinary project investigating the relationships between the great modernist architect Le Corbusier and the city of Milan.

© Giulio Boato

Theatron. Romeo Castellucci

Giulio Boato
May 20 2019
Fondazione Giangiacomo Feltrinelli
Theatron, the film by the multi-award-winning film-maker Giulio Boato, is an unprecedented portrait of Romeo Castellucci.

© Vicenç Viaplana


Agrupación Señor Serrano
May 22 – 24, 2019
The multi-award winning company Agrupación Señor Serrano presents Kingdom, an irreverent cocktail mixing bananas, King Kong, consumerism, virile choreographies, commercials, punk rock, supermarkets, growth, confusion, expansion, multinationals, shortages, coups d’état, bestiality, trap music and very macho men in an endless party.

© PatMic

Walking Backwards

Alex Cecchetti
May 24 – 26, 2019
Secret place
In this site-specific work by Alex Cecchetti, the spectators are invited to walk backwards along a narrative path. With a guide walking on their side and stories of trees, plants and herbs whispered in their ears, they are accompanied in this immersive experience until they become the garden itself and realise that there are no beginnings and no ends: the path welcomes all choices.

© Alessandro Sciarroni


Alessandro Sciarroni
May 28 2019
In a day-long event dedicated to Alessandro Sciarroni’s artistic oeuvre, the spaces of Teatro dell’Arte are open to the public from the early afternoon, showcasing video documentation of the choreographer’s main pieces and a slideshow of his photographic works. At the same time, in the spaces of the Triennale, his dancers share with visitors practices from the artist’s movement research.

© Jean-Philippe Buffereau


Ivana Müller
May 30 – 31, 2019
Situated in a colony of tents and performed by its spectators, this performance – in Italian premiere – questions our relationship to nature, to the other, to the concept of survival, to leisure and culture, through a series of meetings with “strangers” engaged in a scripted conversation. In Hors-Champ, each spectator enters a tent with another member of the audience – preferably someone they don’t know.


Plaid Dewey Dell

May 30 2019
Santeria Toscana 31
For its second edition, FOG renews its collaboration with SANTERIA TOSCANA 31, one of the main reference points of Milan’s musical panorama. On the evening of May 30, the stage of SANTERIA TOSCANA 31 will host Dewey Dell, company known for its originality, followed by the British electronic duo Plaid (Ed Handley and Andy Turner).

© E. Carecchio


Deflorian / Tagliarini
May 30 – June 2 2019
Zona K
Scavi is a fascinating performance of considerable historical value, devised for a limited number of spectators. Conceived alongside Quasi Niente, a piece inspired by Michelangelo Antonioni’s Red Desert, it is a public performance of the “discoveries” made by Daria Deflorian, Antonio Tagliarini and Francesco Alberici during the research and development phase of the work.


Rip it up and start again

June 4 – 5, 2019
Rip it up and start again is a show-concert-karaoke-manifesto which digs in the recent past to look at the present through different eyes and build up dissent over the idea of a “generation whose every move was anticipated, tracked, bought and sold before it had even happened” (Mark Fisher).

© Radio Raheem

Gold Panda Live & Awesome Tapes From Africa

Radio Raheem
June 5 2019
For the second year running, FOG collaborates with Radio Raheem, an indipendent online radio inspired by established interntional platforms such as NTS in London, The Lot Radio in NY and Red Light Radio in Amsterdam.