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SILVIA GRIBAUDI

 

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Coreografa e performer torinese, risiede e lavora in Veneto dal 2004.

Creazioni performative: “Unattimo” (2008 – selezione Anticorpi Explo), “A Corpo Libero” (vincitore premio pubblico e giuria GD’A Veneto 2009 – selezionato Aerowaves – Dance Across 2010), “Spring” (Theaterschool – Amsterdam School of the Arts), “Wait” materiale elaborato nel progetto di ricerca 2009 Choreoroam Operaestate Festival Veneto, The Place (UK), Dansateliers (NL), Dansescenen (DK), Pasoa 2-Certamen Coreogràfico de Madrid (ES), Dance Week Festival (HR).

Dal 2008 al 2010 è docente di danza all’Accademia Teatrale Veneta.
Ospite nel 2010 e a The Creative Forum for Independent Theater Groups, Europe- Mediterranean Alessandria d’Egitto e nel 2009 alla Biennale di Venezia.
Segue progetti internazionale quali SNDO2010 (Amsterdam / Bassano del Grappa), Triptych 2011 (Operaestate Festival Veneto/CSC – Regione Veneto, Circuit Est Montreal, Thedance center Vancouver) e Act your Age 2013.
Collabora con importanti attori, scrittori e coreografi italiani quali Mirko Artuso, Luciano Padovani, Vasco Mirandola, Giuliana Musso (performance “Sogni dubbi e debiti”), Tiziano Scarpa (produzione circoparola Pantakin 2011) e Roberto Castello per la trasmissione “Vieni via con me” Roberto Saviano e FabioFazio-Rai3, compagnia Aldes.

Nel 2012 collabora con il coreografo israeliano Sharon Fridman Progetto “In to It”, Festival Danza en la Villa in Madrid, residency Festival de danse et des arts multiples di Marsiglia Francia.
In Italia crea progetti community di integrazione sociale quali:
Progetto “OVER 60″ (periodo di lavoro con donne over 60 e performance)
Progetto “Giovani a Teatro” con Fondazione Venezia ( creazione video performativo con ragazzi dai 14 ai 17 anni)
Performance “My Work ETAM Marghera”, Giuseppina Casarin (creazione performance urbana sul tema del lavoro per riqualificazione di aree della città di Mestre Venezia con coro multietnico di 50 elementi) .

Coreographer and performer from Turin, Italy, she has been working in the Veneto region since 2004.

Performances: “Unattimo” (2008 – shortlisted for Anticorpi Explo), “A Corpo Libero” (winner of the audience award and of the jury award at the GD’A Veneto 2009 – shortlisted for Aerowaves-Dance Across 2010), “Spring” (Theaterschool – Amsterdam school of the Arts), “Wait” dance material created during the 2009 Choreoroam research project in collaboration with Operaestate Festival Veneto, The Place (UK), Dansateliers (NL), Dansescenen (DK), Paso a 2-Certamen Coreogràfico de Madrid (ES), Dance Week Festival (HR).

She taught dance at the Accademia Teatrale Veneta from 2008 to 2010.
In 2010 she was a guest in The Creative Forum for Independent Theater Groups, Europe- Mediterranean in Alexandria, Egypt and in 2009 she was a guest in the Venice Biennale. She has been involved in international projects such as SNDO2010 (Amsterdam/Bassano del Grappa) , Triptych 2011 (Operaestate Festival Veneto/CSC-Regione Veneto, Circuit Est Montréal, The dance Center Vancouver).
She has been collaborating with important Italian actors, writers and choreographers such as Mirko Artuso, Luciano Padovani, Vasco Mirandola, Giuliana Musso (in the performance “Sogni dubbi e debiti”), Tiziano Scarpa (2011, a Circoparola-Pantakin production) and Roberto Castello for the television programme “Vieni via con me” by Roberto Saviano and Fabio Fazio, Rai3, Compagnia Aldes.

In 2012 she has collaborated with the Israeli choreographer Sharon Fridman, for the “In to It” project, Festival Danza en la Villa in Madrid and the Festival de danse et des arts multiples di Marseille France.
In Italy she has been creating community projects for social inclusion such as:
Progetto “OVER 60″ (workshop-residency with women over 60 and performance)
Progetto “Giovani a Teatro” with Fondazione Venezia (creation of a performative video work with teenagers from 14 to 17)
“My Work” (a work on the local social policies in the Veneto region, creation of an urban performance on the issue of work, aimed at the requalification of certain areas of the town of Mestre-Venice with a multiethnic chorus made of 50 members).

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