A still from “Fruits” by Ernestyna Orlowska, Les Urbaines 2016. Photo: David Wohlschag
Les Urbaines turned 20 this year, it is a remarkable platform to see exciting live works and new international productions on the threshold of theatre, dance, art and music. I arrived in Lausanne with a beautiful train journey through the mountains from Milano, which was not enough to wake me up from the realisation of how expensive everything is in this steep lakeside Swiss town. Keep reading on Juliet
Luc Besson, Leon, 1994, film still
Paris, August 2016
I get out of the metro at Belleville, I find the usual hecticness and racial mix, I look for the exit on the boulevard and on the stairs I glance at Catherine David, with a Cleopatra-like makeup that enhances her dark eyes and contrasts with her white complexion.
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Janet Lilo, Engagement, video still, 2013
The last time we met in person was November 2014. You were in France on a site visit for an exhibition project and I came from Italy to see you.
Renato Leotta, image from Favignana, 2016
The first night he got on the island, after a bumpy ferry ride, the stars were bright overhead and he felt like being out of time but also gently alive. Continue reading: http://incurva.org/2016-renato-leotta/#cr Caterina Riva, 2016
Published in Renato Leotta’s Aventura, Aventura, Peripezia published by Madragoa, Lisbon
Exhibition view of Les Limbes at La Galerie, Noisy-le-Sec, Photo: Pierre Antoine, 2016
How do you keep something current?
How can you keep something alive that became part of you in a specific place, at a specific time, with someone specific?
How can this private feeling become public and meaningful to other people, people you have never met, people you have just met, people you will eventually meet?
Caterina Riva, 2016
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It’s not for reading, it’s for making, 2009. Collection of legs by Hans-Peter Feldmann
How are you?
We have been separated for quite some time but I loved you very much in your infancy and cared for you when you had a name, a home in London (moving from an arch on Brick Road to a studio complex in crane infested Dalston that was gearing up for the Olympics) but you were still growing up and deciding what you wanted to become. It was a playful phase, full of experiments and people and it entailed quite a bit of travelling too.