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Featured: Gisèle Vienne (Paris, France)

Gisele Vienne is a puppeteer by training. She trained at the national academy  of puppetry arts in Charleville-Mezieres between 1996 and 1999. She founded D.A.C.M. with Etienne Bideau-Rey, whom she met at school. Gisèle Vienne questions the body and creates hybrid forms that use installtion, visual arts, music, life size dolls, puppets, dance and theatre. Her creations repeatedly organize around the concepts of fantasy in opposition to reality. With Etienne Bideau-Rey, they created >Splendid< by Jean Genet (2000), >ShowRoomDummies< (2001), >stereotypy< (2003), and >Veinzen Tranen< (2004). She created >I apologize< at Subsistances Lyon in 2004. The performance consists of  different versions of a story told and articulated by a man with his wife and twenty arti...

Featured: Muta Imago Company (Rome, Italy)

Muta Imago is a project of artistic research that was set up in Rome in 2006 and guided by Claudia Sorace (director) and Riccardo Fazi (dramaturg – sound designer). Over the years the group has produced shows, performances and installations in which the investigation about the relationship between the human being, space and time, has a main role. The shows (a + b)3 (2007), Lev (2008), Madeleine (2009), have been hosted by  festivals such us RomaEuropa Festival, Napoli Teatro Festival Italia (that was also the producer of the performance Napoli. Primo passo nelle città di sotto), Vie Scena Contemporanea Festival, Santarcangelo International Festival of the Arts, Inteatro Festival, Bassano Opera Festival, Primavera dei Teatri, Biennale dei Giovani Artisti d’Europa e del Mediterraneo and in v...