Ciudad Cruel Imaginary Flight (CCIF)

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LanguageItalian, Spanish, English
Duration34 minutes

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Artists and academics were invited to participate with an audio paper (a performative or walking audio essay) or an audio walk for the walking arts encounters/conference Drifting Bodies – Fluid Spaces / Made of Walking (VII).

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    Drifting Bodies / Fluent Spaces – Lab2PT & Made of Walking (VII) – Guimaraes (Portugal)

    · 22 - 24 Jul, 2020

This is an audio walk composition. Before listening to it, please choose your walking direction and follow the instructions to properly leave for this imaginary trip. Of course, you can choose to walk standing still. Some turbulence is provided.
Cities could be the best or the worst place to experience, or both at the same time. If you want to add you city experience to this project, elaborated in any kind of art result, or if you want to collaborate, please contact me at [email protected]
I’ll be super glad to discuss and create together.

This work is an evolution from the the book Ciudad Cruel/Città Crudele autopublished in 2019 in Montevideo (UY). You can find the book on this page both in italian and in spanish:
https://eperdercinelverde.wordpress.com/

Music from the workshop “Il suono dell’improvvisazione” guided by Eugenio Sanna at Teatro Rossi Aperto in Pisa (2014)

With the musicians: Giuliano Tremea, Matteo Consani, Mattia Di Rosa, Carla Bonacci, Fabio Ferri, Alessio Landi, Leonardo Palmerini, Maurizio Bottazzi, Alessandro Zanobini, Angela Bastreghi.

Jessica Mazzotti

Jessica Mazzotti

Born in Italy, I’ve lived in France and Uruguay. I’m interested in different fields regarding the interaction within arts and between arts and commuity building. I participate to mixed art collaborative projects (Montevideo, Paris, Cordoba, etc.) and I...

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