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Triennale Milano
Ph.: Luca Del Pia © Triennale Milano
Installation

Senza Titolo

Romeo Castellucci
May 2 – 7, 2023
PREMIERE
The premiere of a new production by Triennale Milano’s Grand Invité, commissioned for the centenary of the institution, which was founded in May 1923 at Villa Reale in Monza as Biennale delle arti decorative. Senza Titolo is a performative installation custom-designed by Romeo Castellucci for Triennale’s Salone d’Onore. This majestic and austere environment is transformed into a different space-time, an immense immaculate limbo. A setting for the performers and their repeated movement, a kind of primitive gesture that starts from their bodies and becomes sound, warning and ancestral prayer.
Romeo Castellucci – director and set, lighting and costume designer – is known worldwide for creating a language based on the totality of the arts and aimed at an integral perception of the work. Born in Cesena in 1960, he has been active since the early 1980s and his works have been presented and produced by leading theaters and international festivals in over sixty countries across every continent. He has been director of the Theater Section at the Venice Biennale, artiste associé at the Avignon Festival and guest director at the Schaubühne Theater in Berlin. He is a member of the Royal Academy in Belgium, and was awarded the Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement at the Venice Biennale and an honorary degree from the University of Bologna. He has been made an Officier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres of the French Republic, and amongst his many top prizes he has also won two Golden Mask for opera.
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You're kindly asked to choose and respect one of the following time slots (please be sure that you have experienced the installation by the end of the slot you chose) – Space capacity is limited: there may be waiting timesMay 2 e 3 18.00-19.00 | 19.00-20.00 | 20.00-21.00 | 21.00-22.00 – May 4 18.00-19.00 | 19.00-20.00 | 20.00-21.00 – May 5 18.00-19.00 | 19.00-20.00 | 20.00-21.00 | 21.00-22.00 – May 6 15.00-16.00 | 16.00-17.00 | 18.00-19.00 | 19.00-20.00 | 20.00-21.00 | 21.00-22.00 – May 7 16.00-17.00 | 17.00 - 18.00 | 18.00-19.00 | 19.00-20.00
Credits
idea, direction: Romeo Castellucci movement: Gloria Dorliguzzo with: Corinna Azzi, Matilde Akie Caracino, Lunella Cherchi, Teresa Del Pia, Adele Di Bella, Alvise Gioli, Ian Gualdani, Erica Modotti, Lucienne Perreca, Roberta Raimondi, Bruna Romano, Arianna Sain, Angela Stanisci, Lubing Xu sound: Nicola Rattia artistic assistant to lights: Fabio Bozzetta production: Caterina Soranzo production direction: Benedetta Briglia promotion, distribution: Gilda Biasini organization: Giulia Colla administration: Simona Barducci, Elisa Bruno, Michela Medri technical team on site: Lorenzo Camera, Carmen Castellucci, Francesca Di Serio, Gionni Gardini, Eugenio Resta photos: Luca Del Pia videos: Carlo Maria Rabai a production by Triennale Milano and Societas commissioned on the occasion of Triennale Milano's centenary As part of the project Let-mi...Promote and Experience Milan, financed with the resources of the Development and Cohesion Plan of the Italian Ministry of Tourism

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Ph.: Lorenza Daverio © Triennale Milano

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