To be it, 2013



Using inflatables from an artwork that was on display in a exhibition by Christian Burnoski, creates the performance piece titled TO BE IT.  It begins from a simple performative action to a series of slow-motion movements and ends with a more complex phrase, dancing in between two artworks.  In this piece she explores how movement and sound can alter our perception of time and space, and what happens when we shift our focus from the objects and bodies to the space and shapes in between.


Choreography Andrea Jenni Perormance Martina Cesari and MariaGiuila Serontoni 

Exhibition Christian Burnoski


Supported by II II // I and LaborGras