Musica per un giorno
Roberta Mosca – Canedicoda
From 12 pm on February 25 to 12 pm on February 26. Running time: 24 h
The spectators are free to attend the performance at the time and for as long as they wish: it is possible to enter and leave the venue for the duration of the action, with the exception of the nighttime hours (between 1 am and 7 am), a period when only exit is permitted
Musica per un giorno is a unique durational performance. One appointment per year for a total cycle of 24 years. 24 continuous hours that offer the opportunity to experience, physically and mentally, a whole day as a unique space, both disorienting and familiar. Neither a concert nor a dance performance, the project becomes an opportunity for immersive exploration, in search of states, conditions, limits and perceptual opportunities. Extended time becomes the key ingredient for observing the boundary between activity and stillness, between sound and movement. Habitual modes of interaction give way to inner voice, observation, and breath.
Roberta Mosca is a classically trained dancer, performer and coach. She has worked in various companies in Italy and abroad, including Ballett Frankfurt and The Forsythe Company. She has recently collaborated with MAMAZA, mk, Laurent Chétouane, Canedicoda, Chris Newman, Effetto Larsen, Yannis Mandafounis, Fabrice Mazliah, Elena Giannotti, Martin Schick, and Bruce Myers. In 2016, she co-founded HOOD, an ensemble with seven artists that focuses on research in the areas of dance and relationships between languages and contexts. She is involved in training through research workshops and as a teacher. In 2015, she opened an independent space in Valle Cervo, a crossroads of local economy and cross-cultural creativity.
Canedicoda is a multidisciplinary artist active in the fields of music, performing arts, design and fashion. A pivotal figure for the diffusion in Italy of multiple currents of artistic, stylistic and musical research. He has to his credit a vast history of collaborations with production labels, nonprofit spaces, collectives and Italian and foreign artists. Since 2003, Canedicoda has been conducting his own research in language, style and method, collaborating with Marsèll and Marselleria, Netmage Festival, Live Arts Week, Le Dictateur, Plusdesign Gallery, C2C, Swiss Institute, Nero Magazine, Fondazione Bonotto, Viafarini, Far Festival. Since 2015, he has been a lecturer at NABA for the handmade accessories and textile printing course.