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Installazione di

Stefania Tansini e Luca Del Pia


Stupid Girls

Fare esperienza delle possibilità di rapporto tra corpo e video in diverse dimensioni.

Installazione strutturata in quattro episodi.



testo e voce narrante Guido Barbieri

danza Stefania Tansini

musiche e live electronics Paolo Aralla

durata 40 minuti


Dove finisce il volo

Dove finisce il volo riflette nei gesti della danza, nelle parole del racconto, nei suoni del live electronics l’itinerario di questa progressiva separazione dall’esistenza, di questa perdita inarrestabile di ogni possibile voce.

Tratto dalla storia di Wera Ouckama Knoop, la dedicataria dei Sonetti ad Orfeo, una giovane amica delle figlie di Rainer Maria Rilke colpita, a diciott’anni, da una forma distruttiva di distrofia muscolare: la stessa malattia che nel 1926 porterà alla morte anche lo stesso Rilke.

CRISOL - creative processes


Experience the possibilities of relationship between body and video in different dimensions.

Installation structured in four episodes.



Project: Stefania Tansini, Paolo Aralla

Choreography, dance: Stefania Tansini

Sound project: Paolo Aralla

Organization: Claudia Coccia


30' minutes

Inside Night

A performance that starts with a reflection on the 'home' of a place where the body is at ease and has the opportunity to release its barriers, to open and share its deep inner world.

A performance that explores this physical and environmental condition, then translates it, disintegrates habitual relationships and asserts itself in new relationships.


The tranquility of a time and a place at home allows you to observe closely the details of a body that exposes itself, amplified by organic sounds that follow the natural rhythm of the body and the intensity of movement.


A rarefied, warm and welcoming atmosphere, which reduces the distance between audience and performance.


"There is always a uterus in us 

"a reasonable uterus."

                Carlo Emilio Gadda




Immersion for electroacoustic ensemble, performer with biodynamic sensors, video live set and spatialized voices.

Composition: Gabriele Marangoni

Director: Dario Garegnani  

Installation project manager: Micol Riva

Live electronics and technological development: Tempo Reale

SOund director and binaural technique: Enrico Mangione

Organisation and production assistant: iulia Soravia

Performer: Stefania Tansini



90’ minutes



Project inspired by the seven wonders of the world.

A dialogue between music and dance: archaic atmospheres, electronic sounds and ritual movements accompany the viewer on an intimate and personal journey.


Project, drums: Davide Bussoleni

Dance: Stefania Tansini


60' minutes

Stefania Tansini

Video, editing: Luca Del Pia

Music: Paul Amlehn


13' minutes

Two Mothers

A temporal concomitance of a presence in a landscape, a relationship of 'situation', a continuum between danced action and surrounding place in a careful present. A subtle dialogue, not forced or obvious, between a clean and crystalline gesture and an impure, real, organic landscape.


The body appears as the ever-movable meeting point between the outside and the inside, between the atmospheric law of the wind and the visceral law of the desire to slide into the present, to move from one place to another, in a movement as organically sovereign, as necessary and fatal as it is transitory.

A body that 'stands'. In a human attitude, but in a performative perspective.

An impersonal heroine, who intensifies her presence in a petrified posture, in a motionless gesture. That dilates the temporal duration of the movement and that makes the simple step a dance.

A body that intensifies, in the banality of the daily gesture, the actuality of its motor expression.

With Luca del Pia, a research project is still underway that tries to outline the possibilities of the relationship between body and video, in different places, situations and times.

How can a presence in an environment act, live and be experienced through video language? How do the two languages (video and body) influence each other and interact?


Project, words: Anna Zanetti

Music: Alberto Zanini

Dance: Stefania Tansini


40' minutes

Thin Body

"This piece is my prayer, my attempt to analyze the mechanisms that imprison us so that we can be free again. This piece expresses my hope, my desire, that we will be able to resist our transformation into so many Barbie and the loss of our singularity."

Eve Ensler

The challenge of Thin Body is exactly the same as that of Eve Ensler: to try to go within ourselves, to tell everyone that we are not afraid. That what we fear most is the death of imagination, of originality, of passion.

Anna Zanetti


The objective of the lessons and workshops proposed is to experiment on other bodies the training and practice of the body that is the basis of my creative research.

A reciprocal exchange between my proposals and the answers that can be obtained, in search of an ever new meeting point.

2020: Workshop for the professional course of contemporary dance, Paolo Grassi School, Milan

Assistant to the choreography of Simona Bertozzi

2016 - 2020: Lessons in contemporary dance at the dance school 'Borgo Insigne' in San Colombano al Lambro (Mi)

2019: Workshop at Workroom, Fabbrica del Vapore, Spazio Fattoria Vittadini


Collaboration as dancer, dancer on stilts, choreographer.