NID Platform selects the best Italian companies and the most representative shows, both among emerging choreographers and well-established entities, with the aim of fostering the development of professional collaborations between national and international production and distribution. These are part of a rich programme which extends over several days, and includes also discussion panels, workshops and other activities. It is an operational format aimed at enlarging and renewing the Italian dance market and spreading the knowledge of relevant dance production in Italy among international professionals.
Don't miss 'Kudoku' on Thursday 19 and 'Everything is ok' on Friday 20 October.
NID Platform is also an online portal: a permanent meeting point for all Italian accredited dance companies and national and international professionals.
NID Platform 2017 is a project supported by MiBACT, Regione Friuli Venezia Giulia, the Municipality of Gorizia and the Venezia Giulia Chamber of Commerce, coordinated by a.Artisti Associati – ERT FVG and fully shared with RTO.
Everything is OK
Everything is OK bombards the audience with an uninterrupted chain of movement. Marco D’Agostin’s articulate, precise body is a container, throwing out images and postures recalled from the entertainment world. It’s as if both dancer and audience are being tested - every movement is leading towards sweat-soaked exhaustion. When will our gaze get tired and surrender? For this crowd of tired eyes: what’s left to see?
Aerowaves artist profile: Marco D’Agostin — Everything is OK
Daniele Ninarello creates an uninterrupted flow of movements in dialogue with the live soundscape played by Dan Kinzelman, mixing improvised music with his voice and saxophone. Kudoku, a duet between two highly skilled artists explores the physical and sonic expression of the body, the visible traces it leaves in time and space. Daniele Ninarello’s hypnotic moves will slowly wipe your gaze clean and bring you to a state of peace.
Aerowaves artist profile: Daniele Ninarello & Dan Kinzelman — Kudoku