Studio Azzurro is an Italian group that has been working with different performative languages since the 1980s: video installations, theater, video art, cinema, interactive installations, interactive museums. In all these artistic experiences Studio Azzurro has never worked using the languages handed down by tradition, but has always experimented by mixing them with new technologies. The work they have conducted in theater is particular, because the use of new technologies has transformed the concept of theater and has opened the way for the development of new performative forms such as digital or technological theater. In what follows, we will study the relationship between body and screen in Studio Azzurro’s performances. Analyzing selected performances from the 1980s to the present, we will observe how the body moves and acts when confronted with an on-stage screen, and how in turn the screen reacts to the living presence of the body. The performances we will consider are: Prologo a diario segreto contraffatto (1985), La camera astratta (1987), Delfi (1990), The Cenci (1997), Galileo (Studi per l’inferno) (2006) and Il colore dei gesti (2013).
|Numero di pagine||0|
|Rivista||ARCHÉE, PÉRIODIQUE ÉLECTRONIQUE|
|Volume||Corps en scène: l’acteur face aux écrans – Bodies on Stage: The Actor Confronted with Screens (dossier), 03/2018|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2018|