Some Choreographies stages a dialogue between the dancer Ramona Caia and a precious video collection of edited and reworked styles of dance. The choreography unfolds as a mimetic process, a myriad of fragments put together in a fast sequence; dug up from the history of dance and performance (as told by the cinema and the internet) in a search for sensitive kinetic reflection. The dancer embodies, transforms, connects and gives shape to the body portrayed in those images.
In the second half, an original video by the artist Roberto Fassone shows a sequence of visual choreographies. A symbolic landscape with no human traces yet looking for a relationship with the body on stage, and pondering on the intangible matter that dance is made of.