SCREENS - A Portrait of a Busy Mind (2021)

Choreography by Marco Rizzi

It is a performance installation that expresses the individual attempt to become an efficient and productive body, driven by the need for accomplishment and the desire to multiply.

The performer presents a journey, shaped through mind and body memory, that reflects on how our bodies are attached to the use of touchscreens.

Watch Me Move 

(2020)

Choreography by Marco Rizzi

“Have you ever heard of internal and external freedom? What is freedom for you? "  

 Feel free to join me or you can also just watch me move…

Pawn of his Own 

(2015)

Choreography by Marco Rizzi

Suppose that you are a member of a collective group. What tactics would you use to remain in your place? 

De Vissersvrouwen

(2012)

Choreography by Marco Rizzi

De Vissersvrouwen (The Women of the Fishermen) is the result of an inspiration overcome by a photograph. Three female figures, posing, is the beginning and the end of a long wait. This wait sees the likely return of their men from the nefarious sea...

Aves 

(2012)

Choreography by Marco Rizzi

From the Latin, the word Aves was used to describe a class of vertebrates comprising the birds.
Two moving creatures forced to live in one body, a short duet on the spot and through the space danced inside a big and soft-colored skirt...

With(out) 

(2012)

Choreography by Marco Rizzi

A doll locked in a black tutu, a game of fast movements where arms follow a path marked by schizophrenia, anger, and desire to get out of the classical canons.
A fast and precise dance on the notes of Arcangelo Corelli's Follia.