object oriented choreography (wisiwyg)
FOG offers space to young choreographers with these works created specifically for the festival in collaboration with Ariella Vidach - AiEP. object oriented choreography (wisiwyg) by Francesco Luzzana is a lecture performance suspended between the real and the virtual which explores the potential and contradictions of post-digital culture. The exploration of a virtual environment allows for a reinterpretation of the complexity in the form of movement of the performer.
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Francesco Luzzana graduated in New Technologies for the Arts from Accademia di Brera (Milan). His collaborators include Non-Linear, AiEP and Studio Azzurro; he has presented his works in several Italian platforms and festivals. His practice encompasses different disciplines, from dance to creative coding, from interaction design to writing. His artistic research focuses on the idea of inhabiting a post-digital world, exploring its boundaries, contradictions and possibilities.