ME RI DIANA Live Performance Art Santarcangelo di Romagna 17/07/2016
ME RI DIANA live performance art
International theater festival Santarcangelo di Romagna.
The performance starts at noon.
The artist wearing a white dress and reached by the light becomes a meridian.
Her shadow is a polyester black cow leather.
The artist drags this leather through the city streets, trying to make it white with the dust of the city
An archaic dialogue is repeated cyclically, every day.
ME RI DIANA live performance Santarcangelo dei Teatri
Un' ombra nera a forma di pelle bovina, un abito bianco e l'orologio della piazza che segna il mezzogiorno sono gli elementi della performance ME RI DIANA.
ME RI DIANA (2016)
DURATION : 1 HOUR
International theater festival
Santarcangelo di Romagna
photo by: Augusto Bietula
live performance art
Live performances are moments in which the artist explores her sensibility toward everyday little occurrences, trying to establish physical interactions between material and immaterial worlds. Performed in solitary or in front of and audience, these actions usually take place in public spaces, where possible encounter between the One/Unit and the Others can trigger new forms of energy and channel the Messages. With durational performances (sometime they last 4-6 hours), the artist gets close to a spiritual dimension, reaching a mental and corporal synergy and becoming one with the gowns worn, the props and the surroundings.