09/05 > 15/05/2016 – Studio
Canon per Tonos is a modulating canon which means that the tune changes key. Bach has contrived to modulate (change keys) right under the listener's nose.The canon shows the strange loop phenomena: by moving only upwards or downwards through a hierarchical musical system, one finds oneself back to where one started. This method remind us a divine power to control time and space in other terms the sense of eternity expressed by music. Beating rhythmically, no one is first, no one last, all are the same all beat in the same way. The rhythm takes over, a sense of infinity arises from this human ring that turns and beats rhythmically. Dance could be a way to articulate an eternal present and illusory balance.
Camilla Monga (1987) attended the Ecole Supérieure des Arts Saint-Luc Bruxelles and graduated from Fine Arts Academy Brera in Milan. She lived in Milan where she worked as a dancer for Aiep, the dance company of Ariella Vidach. She was a choregrapher in the Spazio project (2013/14) supported by International Choreographic Arts Centre (ICK Amsterdam) of Emio Greco. She has post-graduated from New Research cycling at P.A.R.T.S. Academy in Brussels. Her projects were part of several contemporary dance events in Europe: Uovo Performing Festival (Milan), NaoCrea (Milan), Vetrina XL Anticorpi (Ravenna), Biennale for young artists (Thessaloniki), Opera Estate Festival CSC (Bassano del Grappa), ZPC Plesni Centar Zagreb Residency Program (Zagreb), Julidans LAB for young choreographers (Amsterdam), P.A.R.T.S. showcase (Brussels), Camping CND Centre National de la Danse (Paris), La Manufacture (Aurillac). Since 2012 she has been working as a choreographer with the musician Luca Lska to develop her research in experimenting with sound art for creating audiovisual performances. She has a deep interest in mathematics and physics focused on movement and kinesthetic learning. After her studies with the performance theorist Bojana Cvejic, She started to combine physics and musicolgy in order to complete her choreographic thoughts. She was invited to teach and share her choreographic research at CND directed by Mathilde Le Monnier during Summer Camping workshop in Paris. In june 2016 she will be involved in Dance Venice Biennale to present a new version of her last project "Quartetto per Oggetti"and lead a workshop for Biennale College. She will be artist-in-residence at wpZimmer in occasion of her new project for the next edition of Theater Venice Biennale.
Concept: Camilla Monga (IT-BE) – Artistic collaboration: Anouk Peteers (BE) – Dance: Elisa d'Amico, Camilla Monga, Nina Berclaz – Co-produced by: wpZimmer – Produced by Biennale di Venezia 2016 – Supported by VAN, CSC Bassano del Grappa, Cango Virgilo Sieni/Firenze