HIVE – our hydrological need of cosmic lines

new creation 2019/2020

HIVE – our hydrological need of cosmic lines is an interdisciplinary project whose detonator is the famous “Tondo Doni” paint by Michelangelo. In this masterpiece, the representation of the Holy Family is caught in the tender and daily gesture of passing the Child though the arms of the parents.

HIVE represents an extension, a new vision of the concept and image of the Holy Family.
From the formal and aesthetic composition of the painting starts a path that through the contamination of multiple languages, such as dance and plastic art, sound and theater, will express a new sense of the picture. My generation and the previous need an urgent enlargement of the concept of the holy family, an extension that must cover all species.

CREDITS

Idea, coreografia e regia / Concept, choreography and direction

Pietro Marullo

Paesaggio sonoro / Soundscape

Jean Noel Boissé

Paesaggio Luminoso / Lightscape

Ryoya Fudetani

Sculture e costume / Sculptures and costumes

Pietro Marullo and Diana Ciufo

Costruzioni sceniche / Scenic constructions

Atelier Théâtre Varia de Bruxelles, Didier, Bertrand Nodet

Angeli, animali e metafore / Angels, animals and metaphors

Maria Barreto, Ines Carijo, François Delcambre, Paola Madrid Garcia, Vasco Pedro Merine, Aki Nishio,

In alternanza con / in alternance with

Marianna Cifarelli, Adrien Desbons, Elda Gallo

Con il corpo-mente complice di / With the complicity of 

Marianna Cifarelli

Produzione / Production

Teresa Gentile

Prodotto da / Produced by

INSIEME IRREALI asbl

Coprodotto da / Coproduced by

Festival Oriente Occidente, «Vetrina delle idee», Théâtre Varia de Bruxelles, La Coop asbl, Federation Wallonie-Bruxelles, WpZimmer, IF Barcelona Festival, Tax Schelter


Con il sostegno di / With the support of 

IntercettAzioni – Centro di Residenza Artistica della Lombardia (un progetto di Circuito CLAPS e Industria Scenica, Milano Musica, Teatro delle Moire, Zona K), Sala Hiroshima of Barcellona, Wallonie-Bruxelles International, Service Public Francophone Bruxellois

Accolto e supportato da / *Supported by

Scenario Pubblico / Compagnia Roberto Zappala di Catania, Arts Printing House di Vilnius, Derida Stage Center di Sofia, Sala Hiroshima di Barcellona e Moving Borders di Mexico City.