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Aug 4, 2011 Macromundi
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Dolls and Fools: an open laboratory held by Collective Leibniz in Anzio during Rifrazioni Artistic Residency and Festival in 2010. The open laboratory took place in public spaces and involved children, youngsters, women and associations in the production of dolls made of second hand fabrics and clothes and object belonging to the participants. The laboratory was part of an artistic performance where the finished dolls where re-distributed by giving them as a gift to passers-by.
Topics: Performing arts, communities, anthropology
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Jul 21, 2011 Macromundi
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A chat-like interview with artist Tamar Raban on performance, simplicity, autenticity. This chat was recorded informally during the residency of Rifrazioni 2009, International Festival of Performing Arts
Topic: Performing arts
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Jul 20, 2011 Macromundi
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Fourth part of a interview with Mr.Sisto about his memories, life and knowledges.
Topics: Anthropology, memories
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Jul 6, 2011 Macromundi
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Second part of an interview with Mr.Sisto
Topics: Anthropology, memories
Community Audio
Jul 6, 2011 macromundi
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Second part of an interview with Mr.Sisto about his life, memories and knowledges
Topics: Anthropology, memories
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Jul 6, 2011 macromundi
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This is a third part of a interview with Mr.Sisto about his memories, life and knowledges.
Topics: Anthropology, memories
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Jul 6, 2011 Macromundi
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A chat-like interview realized literally on the road with a inhabitant and representative of Anzio, Italy. He shares with us his memories and depicts a different town from the actual one.
Topics: Anthropology, memories
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Jul 6, 2011 Macromundi Laboratory
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This audio track was realized for a 2009 performance by M, a student at Anzio's Art School. The poem, written and read by M, was inspired by the 2009's eartquake that hit the italian city of L'Aquila.
Topics: Performance, Hamlet, Eartquake, Asperger syndrome