MADE IN PERFORMA
Camilla Stanga & Cesc Rezzonico
Jurassic Noises #1
PREMIERE - FRIDAY APRIL 19TH - 17:00
SATURDAY APRIL 20TH - 17:00
ITINERANT PERFORMANCE IN THE CENTER OF ARBEDO, ZONE OF VIA CANTONE
MEETING POINT BAR GESERO, VIA ALLE SCUOLE 10, 6517 ARBEDO
The project "Jurassic Noises # 1" was born from the meeting between the two Ticino artists Camilla Stanga and Francesco Rezzonico. The basis of this collaboration is the desire and curiosity to research how a human body and experimental electronic music can relate to each other. A lot of attention has been paid to creation of sound environments, almost similar to primordial noises or resonances to which the body has adapted alongside with almost animalistic, intuitive and organic movements. Over the course of 15 minutes one can observe a development of movement and use of the body comparable to a sort of evolution of the human being. The transformation can also be seen from the musical point of view, where harmonious vibrations are built from separate sounds. "Jurassic noises # 1" is an experimental research without a finite form yet, which also uses the ability of the two artists to improvise in order to modify and transform the performance at each replica.
Choreography and interpretation: Camilla Stanga
Original music: Francesco Rezzonico
In collaboration with Lo Studio and Performa Festival.
Born in Mendrisio (Switzerland) in 1996, Camilla Stanga starts dancing at age of six, and moved rather quickly to contemporary dance. Always passionate about art Camilla decides to enroll in CSIA (School Center for Artistic Industries) in Lugano where she graduated in 2015 as a textile technologist. At the same time while studying, in 2013 she began working for the TizianaArnaboldi Youth Company, a pre-professional dance theater company in San Materno Theater in Ascona. In 2018 she obtains the Bachelor's degree in contemporary dance in anufacture School of Lausanne During her studies she of working with many dancers including David Zambrano, Thomas Haueret, Lia Rodrigues, FabriceMazliah, Zoë Poluch and others. In Ticino she has collaborated with the Grande Giro companyand, is also a member of the committeein Giullari association of Gulliver. In 2019 she founded the ciePatiperros, based in Nyon, with colleague dancer Simon Ramseier.
Francesco Rezzonico (1987) was born and raised in Ticino, studied jazz and musical pedagogy in Basel and Lucerne, and profited on studying with Larry Grenadier, Wolfgang Zwiauer, Mark Turner, Malcolm Braff and many others. He has collaborated in international projects with musicians such as ChristophCech and Christian Weidner. In addition to his experiments in the electronic and electroacoustic field, he is mainly active as a bass player in various formations in Switzerland and abroad, ranging from jazz to indie rock to electronic music.