dancer,choreografer,performer.

Works

Works:

Animal Factory- teatro Furio Camillo- Rome 2003

Only muscles and bones-Festival scatole sonore-Rome 2003

Sibyll- teatro Furio Camillo- Rome 2004

Butoh Punk opera- teatro Furio Camillo- Rome 2005

Oscar dolls-prize of the audience-festival  dante cappelletti, teatro India-Rome.2005

D,n.a.-Romaeuropa festival-officine marconi-Rome.2006

Il corpo fisico ( The physical body )- festrival Adanthè.vanves-Paris.2007

Cause of decease-festival-la notte Bianca-Rome 2008

Due volte ( Twice )-festival D10-. Rome 2009

Crudo ( Raw)-prize ZTL-festival teatri di vetro-Rome 2010

Primo Movimento-teatro Palladium. Rome 2011

King of spring- open atelier-Laren 2011

Still water- salon de ijzerstaven- Amsterdam 2012

Dead ain’t bad.- Kusnthaus Renania- Koln 2012

Lust.-McTheatre-Amsterdam 2013

Treibwolke .Kunsthous renania-Koln.2013

Nostos– theatre furio camillo-Rome-2014

Gost Cello- Brisbane, Australia- 2014

Duality-Libernull Griesmuhele-Berlin.2015

Christ…Fuck- collective research project with Gabriella Majorino, Paris , Amiens. 2015/ 2016

Three short pieces about Lust- theaterhaus Berlin Mitte- Berlin. 20017

 

 

 

 

 

King of spring- open air in Laren.

Pepe’s Gregoire atelier- 22 sept 2013-Laren

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dance and concept -Stefano Taiuti

sculptures -Egon Schrama

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Still Water

Salon de IJzerstaven, Amsterdam, 18/19/20 May 2013

StillWater

dance and concept- Stefano Taiuti

installation -Egon Schrama

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Dead ain’t bad

Room service-Kunsthaus Renania- Koln 7/13 nov. 2012

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King of spring 

Salon de IJzerstaven, Amsterdam, 20/21 september 2012

In the King of Spring a spring mattress found in the garbage becomes the royal dress of a mad king. Interacting with the sculptures of Egon Schrama, Stefano creates a mysterious garden in which transience meets permanence in the search of what is inherent to the human condition.

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Primo movimento

premiered at Festival Teatri di Vetro, Rome 2011

In this enigmatic duo with a cello (Luca Tilli) Stefano is re-discovering movement form the basis: “Here I made myself a puppet to simple body processes – accumulation, limit, and finally, association. It came about revealing an emotional truth.”

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Il Corpo Fisico

Theatre de Vanves, Ardanthé – Paris 2010

This work questions the perception of the self trough the body, along with its wonder of vitality and decay. What happens when the schematic representation of western medicine together with psychoanalysis are not sufficient? Stefano reveals layers of soul in layers of flesh and bones.

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Crudo

 Theatre Palladium, Rome 2011.

Raw and graphic – the other side of our  society of well-being. When a helicopter flies over the dancers, on a stage covered with soil, we  think of the wars, of the left behind and of the fading memories that always hold off somewhere underneath and make our silence guilty… Taiuti describe his work as “a piece where banality is recalled as a necessity to unveil what our  conscience  prefers to hide.” Crudo was a winner of the ZTL-Pro Prize at Festival Teatri di Vetro in Rome.

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Oscar Dolls

Teatro India, Rome 2009

The rise and fall of a dictator.

Prize of public at Dante Cappelletti Festival, Rome 2009

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D.N.A di n

atura assente

Festival Romaeuropa, Officine Marconi Theatre, Rome 2009

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2 responses

  1. aja nijssen

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    June 11, 2014 at 12:30 pm

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