Nicola Galli is considered one of the most radical author of the nouvelle vague of italian contemporary dance. He has interpreted an
hybrid conception of coreographic creation, that explanes into performances and formats as different as coherent on his scenic imaginary.
Galli belongs to what we can name "tiers paysage" of contemporary dance, using the french philosopher Gilles Clément's words: a territory
rich in unknown relations between languages and elements that contribute to creation of the scene.In his work, Vitruvius thought and
spheric perception coexist in a kind of perfect fusion. On one side the body aspires to be unit of measure and simbolic center of the world;
on the other, the scene expresses itself as a de-idealized city, that can embrace, in its perspective on dance, phenomena and representations
that couldn't aim at revealing a "hierarchy of looking".
ph: Cristina Valla
ph: Giuseppe Fasto