The School of Narrative Dance, Roma
2014
Installation: wood, sand, Fresnel Lamps, drawings, monitors, headphones, curtain, towers, mixed media

On MAXXI’s piazza and along its staircases the exhibition route continues with The School of Narrative Dance, Roma by Marinella Senatore, a traveling school free of charge where anyone can teach or be a student, in which the public takes on a leading role in the process of assembling the work. The classroom built right on the piazza itself by the group of British architects ASSEMBLE, is conceived as an ideal set to host the lessons of a broad range of subjects and trades. The experiences of the lessons will then flow into a theater-dance performance directed by the choreographers of the Berlin group ESPZ. The exhibition project then continues along MAXXI’s staircases, where display cases contain the works that are the result of the lessons.


Inst.view at Museo MAXXI, Rome 

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Public performance, Rome: Production photo

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Lessons in the temporary classroom : Production photo

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Public performance, Rome: Production photo

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Public Performance, Rome: Production photo

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Public performance, Rome: Production photo

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Public performance, Rome: Production photo

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Public performance, Rome: Production photo


Inst.detail at MAXXI Museum, Rome 


 


Inst.view at MAXXI Museum, Rome 


 


 

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