Medea’s Visions, Kulturscio’k live art collective, stage photography

Category : Performing arts

Medea’s Visions, Kulturscio’k live art collective, stage photography

The incoming work from Kulturscio’k live art collective, Medea’s Visions, has been created during many weeks of creative residency at la Ménagerie de verre in Paris.

It’s a performative work in which I’m involved as stage photographer and, at the same time, I’m on the stage shooting portraits of performers during the work on stage. A portrait studio is set on stage and I shoot portraits whenever there’s a deep mutation in perfomers’ appearance.

A complete book of this work soon to be published.

The whole performing arts photography portfolio has also been updated. Give a glance here.

From the stage director’s notes, Alessia Siniscalchi :

What role can we play in a revolution?

I imagined a few years ago a contemporary interpretation of the myth of Medea based on four different female personalities: primitive, magic, rebel, passionate. I didn’t have a child at the time. I let this idea grow, and I made pieces around romantic relationships. Today I have a seven year old child, it’s time to come back to Medea.
This is where the plural title emerges from: Medea’s visions. Several independent interpretations coexist around a common theme. It is imperative for me to have male perspectives on this feminine duality.

Thanks to magic artistic encounters and thanks to actors and producers helping us, this project became reality
(Alessia Siniscalchi)

It is a question of putting on stage (and even off stage because the place is always an adaptable factor ) the following themes: identity, gender, family, Bible and more generally religion and law. Oppositions and opposites. Theater and peformance

We are in plural universe in collaboration with:
Artwork Valerio Berruti
Stage director Alessia Siniscalchi
Original writing by Paulina Mikol Spiechowicz
Scenography by Anja Martchenko
Kulturscio’k live art collective
Videos by Piero Viven and photography by Luca Florino and Giovanni Ambrosio/Black Spring Graphics Studio
Music of Cristina Barzi and Phil St George.
A photographic performance is linked to the project


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