UMANAMENTE (Marcozzi Contemporary Theater)
The performance focuses on the topic of human connection in a digitalized world. It is based on embodiment techniques that facilitate the audience’s active engagement and strengthen the performer’s receptivity allowing the creation of a dialogue between audience and performers.
ACUD MACHT NEU (Studio), Veteranenstraße 21, Mitte, 10119 Berlin
A performance by Marcozzi Contemporary Theater
Concept, design, implementation: Daniela Marcozzi
Conceptual support: Silvia Prolunghi, Elena Galliano
Performance: Karina Benjamin, Carlo Bortolini, Giulia Cappello, Elisabetta Chapuis, Ilaria Di Maio, Elena Galliano, Daniela Marcozzi, Francesca Martini, Alejandro Niklison, Lodovica Nuzzo, Silvia Prolunghi, Antoine Richard
Marcozzi Contemporary theater, based in Berlin, works in the domain of the performing arts with physical theater, body-voice work (based on Grotowski's training ), spoken text and embodiment, overcoming the performative categories to reach an authentic and urgent expressive language. In collaboration with visual artists, musicians and performers, Daniela Marcozzi, artistic director, performer and researcher, has produced many solo and group pieces that have been performed in Berlin and Europe. Daniela leads regular courses of physical theater and workshops for performing artists. Over the course of her Master’s program in artistic research at Accademia Teatro Dimitri in Lugano, Switzerland, she is developing a training method that fuses the life sciences and the performing arts. Daniela has a Master’s degree in biotechnology.
ACUD MACHT NEU is an art collective based in Berlin. In 2014, the initiative saved Kunsthaus ACUD from bankruptcy and has since set in motion interdisciplinary projects focused on the intersection of art, music, performance and digital media in their spaces Studio, Club and Gallery.