Moving – A Choreographic Dance Experience for Art Goers
A Choreographic Dance Experience for Art Goers – By A mas.ing (aka Masako Matsushita & Ingvild Isaksen)
The first edition of (un)fair will host Moving, a special programme of performative experiences, a series of practices developed by A.ma.sing during Dancing Museums – The Democracy of Beings.
MOVING is a danced-visit, a guided choreographic experience to rediscover, through movement, the art collections of museums, fairs and galleries.
Thanks to MOVING, the work of art has become an evocative multisensory layer along which the artistic fruition is built collectively and personally by the visitor thanks to the facilitation of dancers-guides.
MOVING generates liminal spaces with a symbolic value, in which attention becomes an experience that connects works of art to people and vice versa.
In MOVING dance becomes the tool to offer new ways of experiencing art, helping the public and visitors to get involved both intellectually and viscerally with the works of art.
Explore the list of activities and experience new perspectives:
- Non-conventional guided tour: Walk&Draw, Walk a map, Fiction Karaoke, A Dedicated Guide.
- Workshops: Geographical Museum of Human Identities, EMATOM (Encountering and meeting the art through orienting and measuring) + A Phone Call Guide.
- Performance partecipative: Today’s (un)fair dance collection.
Click on the experiences above to access a full description, hours, and how to book, when required. All the activities are complimentary.
A choregraphic experience for art goers
With Beatrice Bresolin, Vittoria Caneva, Aurelio Di Virgilio, Elena Sgarbossa
Partner area stile
Co-finanziato come parte di Dancing Museums – The democracy of beings – Centre de developpement chorégraphique national du Val de Marne (FR), Comune di Bassano del Grappa (IT), Dansateliers (NL), Dance4 (UK), Mercat de les Flors (E), Tanec Praha (CZ), MAC VAL Musée d’art contemporain (FR), Arte Sella (IT), Bundeskunsthalle (DE), Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia (IT) and Fondazione Fitzcarraldo (IT)
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