Bio Giulia Mureddu
Guilia Murredu has over the last few years aside from bringing out several projects in the Netherlands such as Bava (2006), Mighty MatPogo (2007), Beige, also been a guest-choreography for Dansgroep Krisztina de Châtel (2007), Escaping Grey (2008) and the duet Amore e Merda (2009) and has presented her work, given workshops, lectures and participated in exchange programmes at several international festivals and venues in Cyprus, Italy, Czech republic, UK, Romania, Lebanon, Syria, Jordan and Palestine. In 2010 the company was invited to Poland, Slovenia and the United States. In the fall of 2010 Mureddu will bring out two new works: Intermezzo, a guest choreography for the company Dansgroep Amsterdam and her newest full evening project, Prossimo, with the support of Dansmakers Amsterdam. Giulia studied 'Modern TheaterDance' at the University for Arts in Amsterdam and went on to work with Shusaku Takeuchi, Paul Selwyn Norton, Rogie & Company, Dylan Newcomb, Leine & Roebana, Hans Hof Ensemble and Anouk van Dijk amongst others.
‘Deformalization’ and ‘Depersonalization’
Continuing the research on the duality between the abstract and the theatrical, the human and the formal. Provoking the dance material and choreographic tools by bringing in more human elements. Researching the personality of the body itself and the human that is locked within that body.
Collaborators: Keyna Nara (dancer), Katarzyna Dietzóva (dancer), Robin Tunca (dramaturgy), Ulrike Quade (puppet maker)
The Lingual Body
& its different forms of expression
A research on different forms of expression and further possibilities of the faceless body (The Lingual Body), not to represent the image of the body but to let the person speak that is locked within the body. A search for a form of sensation that influences the perception of the spectator, as well as the experience of the performer.
Phase 1: The possibilities of the faceless body
Phase 2: The relationship between spoken language and the lingual body
Phase 3: Kung Fu
Collaborators: Goran Tunsek (dancer), Dieuweke van Reij (costume and decor), Kay Patru (dancer), Efrem Stein (drama), Fransien van de Putt (directing), Laszlo Geleng (Kung Fu Teacher)
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