Maria Enrica Barbieri

Certain things can be said with words, others with movements. There are also moments in which one remains speechless, completely lost and disoriented, one no longer knows what to do. At this point the dance begins, and for reasons completely di erent from vanity. Not to show that the dancers can do something that a spectator can not do. We must nd a language – with words, with images, atmospheres – that makes us sense something that has always existed in us.

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Maria Enrica Barbieri

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(an extract from the magazine Dystopia : Karvishi Agarwal, Francesca Azzoni, Brenta Bao, Chiara Bernini, Arianna Bonifazi ,Shreya Chhabra, Payal Kale, Annabeth Van Rooijen, He Yan, Matilde Zani)

(an Art Direction project for Stefania Seoni)

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