Dante triptych - I


Observing different literary works on stage, and realizing that their main focus was on the narrative of the works, the question of the structure and the form of the literary field came up to Fabio’s mind. 

#duodivin is the result of his research on the Dante Alighieri’s work, The Divine Comedy, which triggered his imagination that led him to emphasize the construction over the content. The titles of the three chapters: Hell, Purgatory and Paradise, whose words have a very strong, singular and subjective energy and aesthetic, served as the starting point for his piece. Choreographically, he decided to explore pointe shoes work and partnering technique as dance tools to explore the necessity and dependence on others, questioning the roles in a two-person relationship.

Conception, choreography, lights, costumes : Fabio Dolce & Antonino Ceresia 
Interpretation : Sakiko Oishi/Antonino Ceresia (sharing the same role), Fabio Dolce
Music composer & interpretation : Romain Aweduti
Coproductions : CCN Ballet de Lorraine (Cartes Blanches aux, FreeSpace – Studio Wayne McGregor (Londres), L’École Nationale de Danse (Marseille), Conservatoire Régional du Grand Nancy
Danced at : KLAP Maison pour la danse (Marseille), le festival Les Nuits du Château au Château de la Tour d’Aiguës, etc.

Institutions: la Région SUD Provence Alpes Côtes d’Azur