FOG Triennale Milano Performing Arts

The fourth edition of the FOG festival involves artists from the international scene: 33 artists from 7 countries around the world (United States, Holland, Spain, Belgium, France, Switzerland, Italy) in a program of 24 events, including 11 productions and co-productions by FOG, 3 absolute premieres, 5 national premieres, 3 concerts and 6 DJ sets for a total of 61 replicas in total. A fully studied proposal, a kaleidoscope of languages ​​and formats that marks the return of a unique project for the city of Milan.
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© Mirjam Devriendt

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Ontroerend Goed

Are we not drawn onward to new erA

Ontroerend Goed presents in the Italian Premiere a stage work that combines visual arts, theater, poetry and politics.

© Mirjam Devriendt

© Luca Del Pia

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Pascal Rambert

Sorelle

Two sisters and two personalities, two versions of the past, two outlooks on life: a story of resentments, misunderstandings, open wounds, paybacks.

© Luca Del Pia

© Martina Leo

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Industria Indipendente

Klub Taiga – Dear Darkness

From thick fog, a setting emerges, inhabited by objects from a long-gone time: a meticulous arrangement of rugs, shawls, sofas, engraved stools, trays, laps, candlesticks.

© Martina Leo

© Andrea Pizzalis

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Deflorian/Tagliarini

Chi ha ucciso mio padre

A letter to the father in which a homosexual son delivers the father, haunted by masculinity and by the knowledge of being himself an outcast, to premature death.

© Andrea Pizzalis

© Nino Laisné

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François Chaignaud & Nino Laisné

Romances inciertos, un autre Orlando

A tapestry of music, song and dance that weaves stories, characters, settings and sounds from La Doncella Guerrera, Garcia Lorca’s San Miguel and Tarara.

© Nino Laisné

© Luca Chiaudano

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Marleen Scholten

La codista

Marleen Scholten premiers at FOG is a piece on waiting, partially based on the true story of a Milanese who lost his job and came up with the idea of becoming a “queuer”, a person who waits in line on somebody else’s behalf for a fee.

© Luca Chiaudano

© Giulia Lenzi

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Trickster-p

Book is a Book is a Book

Book is a Book is a Book is a place where you’ll travel through the mind and with the mind, an object that creates connections across time, space, dreams and memories, an immersive experience enabling the audience to project themselves in an elsewhere and to open themselves to the pleasure of imagination.

© Giulia Lenzi

© Societas

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Romeo Castellucci

Il Terzo Reich

Il Terzo Reich stages the violence of communication, the state of siege our discernment is under, the absence of truce, the negation of escape routes. This video installation by Romeo Castellucci is accompanied by music by Scott Gibbons, and is preceded by a ceremony to “ignite” language, performed by Gloria Dorliguzzo

© Societas

Reverie, © Letizia Mugri

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Reverie

Sogno 3: la camera degli specchi

Reverie, © Letizia Mugri

© Marzia Dalfini

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Sara Leghissa

Will you marry me?

This performance invites the audience to consider the boundary between legality and illegality, drawing on personal experiences and practices of resistance which employ the law to “break the law”.

© Marzia Dalfini

© Alice Brazzit

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Marco D’Agostin

First Love

Interpreting memories of a well-known condition, that of being in love for the first time, and merging them with the competitive atmosphere of the race, D’Agostin constructs an intimate story of poignant beauty.

© Alice Brazzit

© Claudia Borgia, Chiara Bruschini

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Alessandro Sciarroni

Save the last dance for me

The masterful performance by the two dancers Gianmaria Borzillo and Giovanfrancesco Giannini is both a seductive and breath-taking show and an important step towards the recovery of cultural heritage otherwise condemned to oblivion.

© Claudia Borgia, Chiara Bruschini

© Rolf Arnold

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Barokthegreat

GHOST We are the idiots

Battles in which the dancers defy the audience’s gaze, with music shot at breathtaking rhythms - from 155 to 165 bpm - produced by DJs linked to Juke and House music.

© Rolf Arnold

© Alicia Clarke

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Igor x Moreno

BEAT

Elliot’s relentless movement, unpredictable and utterly transfixing, guides the audience to follow her through many different transformations.

© Alicia Clarke

© Orpheas Emirzas

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Trajal Harrell

Dancer of the Year

Over the last two decades the American choreographer, one of the most original and internationally admired, has been reimagining the history of contemporary dance and its subcultures.

© Orpheas Emirzas

© Luca Del Pia

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Annamaria Ajmone

NO RAMA

In the space created by the choreographer Annamaria Ajmone, organic and inorganic elements meet and coexist; bodies acquire new shapes and powers, while they share secret tales.

© Luca Del Pia

© Andrea Avezzù

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madalena reversa

Romantic Disaster

Romantic Disaster is a meeting of opposites, a romantic reflection on the destruction of Nature and on Nature’s power to destroy.

© Andrea Avezzù

© Giovanni Chiarot

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Collettivo MINE

Esercizi per un manifesto poetico

The piece revolves around a single staged action, both powerful and clearly structured, which is a tool for shared writing, capable of generating a unified body.

© Giovanni Chiarot

Batsheva, © Ascaf

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Batsheva Dance Company

Yag

A performance for six dancers about longing, family, laughing at yourself, passion, imagination – and, ultimately, about the way in which memories are preserved and lost

Batsheva, © Ascaf

© Tomaso Le Pera

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Luigi De Angelis, Michele Di Stefano, Lorenzo Gleijeses

Corcovado

Recreating the quintessential non-place of today’s experience of travelling, the luggage room of any airport, the performance plays with an obsessive coming-and-going of bodies, gestures and objects.

© Tomaso Le Pera

© Valerio Figuccio

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Ginevra Panzetti / Enrico Ticconi

ARA! ARA!

ARA! ARA! represents a growing power symbolised by an unusual animal – not a majestic and fearsome raptor, but a cheerful and lively bird of exotic character: a parrot.

© Valerio Figuccio

© Gianluca Di Ioia

Concert

Radio Raheem

Cosmic Perspective from Milan

Cultural hub and independent media platform, Radio Raheem stages for FOG some of the most innovative music voices of the Italian contemporary scene.

© Gianluca Di Ioia

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