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EXHIBART ITALY  interview: 

PERFORMING ARTS by Nicoletta De Santoli

 

The Peruvian artist Luis Casanova Sorolla tells us about his latest project, presented at the Reception Center for Foreign Minors in Lugo, with the performative involvement of young migrants What hidden semantic horizons can dance open up to? Until June 16, 2024, the Santa Maria in Fabriago Reception Center for Unaccompanied Foreign Minors in Lugo, in the province of Ravenna, will host the latest work by the Peruvian artist Luis Casanova Sorolla, When Hope Dances, curated by Oscarito Sanchez and with the coordination of Vitali Stepaniuc of the SOLCO cooperative. After collaborating with the Vienna Opera Ballet, Sorolla's latest work was inspired by his story as a migrant and was created together with the children of the Centre, coming from different parts of the world. The artist's research, always the result of the interaction between performance, painting, photography and sound sculpture, is also measured this time with improvisation and the complex story of the young protagonists. To find out more about this experimentation, we asked him a few questions.

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