genomascenico®
year: 2018
site specific and interactive performance

concept:
Nicola Galli
dance: Gloria Dorliguzzo, Margherita Dotta, Nicola Galli, Paolo Soloperto
assistant: Giulia Melandri
production: TIR Danza / stereopsis
in collaboraction with: MUSE Museo delle Scienze, Centro Culturale S. Chiara, Festival Oriente Occidente / CID Centro Internazionale della Danza
length: 30 / 60 minutes

selected work Danza Urbana XL 2019 - Network XL

Nicola Galli
Genoma scenico® is a dance pièce based on interaction between audience and dancer.
As every human being has got a unique genetic code, in the same way every spectator is invited to discover the uniqueness of the performance through the use of a device inspired on genome research.
Indeed, the 33 cards arrenged on a table represent a multiplicity of parameters that compose a performance: every spectator could choose freely those that will compose our personal "choreographic genoma".
Every single performance generated by the selection of cards – metaphor of the chance that set of chromosomes is made up with – will be instantly acted by the dancers, as unique artistic result of circumstances and social environment.
Nicola Galli
4 performer
33 cards
more than 70.000 combinations
genoma scenico | dispositivo digitale
coming soon ONLINE
concept and digital processing: Nicola Galli

winner project of RESIDENZE DIGITALI
by Centre of Residences of Tuscany (Armunia - CpoTrave/Kilowatt), in collaboration with AMAT and Anghiari Dance Hub, in partnership with Spazio Rossellini, with the support of MIBACT, Regione Toscana, regione Marche, Regione Lazio and with the Municipalities of Rosignano Marittimo (LI), Sansepolcro (AR) and Anghiari (AR) and Fondazione CR Firenze, Nuovi Pubblici.
with the support of:
Rete Almagià
Nicola Galli
Genoma scenico® is going to be a digital device, responding actively to the Covid-19 crisis and to the necessity of a responsable use of new technology.
The virtual performance recreates the original device’s game setting in a online platform where audience will be engaged in the creation of short dance performances. Through the use of the device the audience can compose strings of informations and send them to the dancers who will dance in streaming the result of audience' choices.

Nicola Galli

Nicola Galli