Ras Al Ain Hangar
- List of extinct species
WRECK – List of extinct species is an interdisciplinary performance mixing movement, sound and visual art circling around the metaphor of a shipwreck. A huge soft black plastic sculpture, inflated with air, moves through the space.
An artistic residency centred around the co-creation process that focuses on adaptability, creativity and resiliency, is integrated with this performance.
During the residency, a group of emerging and established artists in the fields of dance, music, visual art, theatre, and interdisciplinary work, were invited to embark on a journey to recreate “Wreck” as an “elastic performance” in Jordan.
Being “elastic”, means that the performance can be adapted to be presented in outdoor spaces, in indoor spaces, standard stages, museums, markets, stations, schools, etc.
Ras Al Ain Hangar
Concept, choreography and direction: Pietro Marullo
Assistant: Marianna Cifarelli
Dance: Jamal Suleiman, Saleh Bellagon, Tala Asender, Reema Asender, Mohammad Qattan, Daniel Issa
Soft sculptor and costumes: Pietro Marullo, Bertrand Nodet
Soundscape: Jean Noël Boissé
Lightscape: Julie Petite Etienne
Produced by INSIEME IRREALI asbl
co-production and supported by Festival Internazionale Danza Oriente Occidente, Rovereto – Italy, Museo MART di Rovereto e Trento, Théâtre Varia de Bruxelles – Belgium, La COOP asbl and Fédération Wallonie- Bruxelles – Belgium, Ramdam art centre – France, CDC La Briqueterie de Paris – France, Théâtre Marni de Bruxelles – France, TanzHaus of Zurich – Switzerland
This residency was made possible with the support of:
Associated artist at Halles de Schaerbeek in Brussel (Belgium)
Associated artist at Festival Oriente Occidente (Italy)
Selected artist at Crossing the Sea International Project (Italy-Asia)
Pietro Marullo is an Italian artist based in Brussel, where he founded the INSIEME IRREALI Company, supported by the Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles. His interdisciplinary work lies at the intersection of visual and performing art, installation and new technologies, deeply focused on social, historical and anthropological topics. His works are presented in four continents, in very important dance festival, performing art festival, theaters, music networks, puppet-object and contemporary art platforms, such as: Festival Oriente Occidente, Seoul International Dance Festival, José Limon Dance Festival, Danse Elargie/Théâtre de la Ville, Beijing Dance Festival, National Italian Dance Platform.