Congratulations, “Le Désir attrapé par la queue”, team , to everyone in the interdisciplinary physical theatrical performance of “Le Désir attrapé par la queue”, was presented at the opera house, Saturday, May 12, 2018, 8.30pm Sala Teatro LAC, Lugano Arte e Cultura Centre, with the text of Pablo Picasso and the music by Igor Stravinsky.
With a theatrical project based on different medias of modern art form- Pablo Picasso text and Igor Stravinsky music – on 12 May 2018 SUPSI ARTS was staged, the interdisciplinary show result of the collaboration between the artistic souls of SUPSI: Academy Dimitri Theater, Conservatory of Switzerland Italian and Bachelor in Visual Communication! Photographs by Claudia Cossu Fomiatti.
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“Le Désir attrapé par la queue”s text was written by Pablo Picasso in Paris during the Second World War, the text gives life to the culinary monologues of the protagonist Gros Pied, to the complaints of the Angoisse Grasse and the Angoisse Maigre, to the events of Tarte and Oignon: absurd and fragmented passages, put in dialogue with the musical compositions of Stravinsky who contribute to compose a disconcerting and increasingly anguished picture.
On the scene of the LAC, the Ensemble 900 of the Italian Swiss Conservatory conducted by Arturo Tamayo has joined the Master students of the Dimitri Theater Academy led by Pavel Štourač, who oversaw the direction of the show.
At the degree course in Visual Communication of the Department of the Environment, Construction and Design, the task was to enrich the scenic plant with a visual part of great impact; the multimedia scenario was curated by Franco Cavani and Andreas Gysin, Pavel Štourač.
Photos of backstage and stage by students of Bachelor in Visual Communication Department.
ACCADEMIA TEATRO DIMITRI /Direction/ Regia: Pavel Štourač
SUPSI DACD / Scenario multimediale/ Synography& Visual Design : Franco Cavani, Andreas Gysin
ENSEMBLE 900 / Orchestra Conductor/ Direttore: Arturo Tamayo