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An incision into the quotidian dynamics of the streets of a small yet globally significant city; thus can be defined the in situ performance at Geneva. In it, the performing body installs itself in the middle of a corridor to break the apparent normality of urban life. Pedestrians, who become spectators, have “no option” but to see, to interact, to acknowledge the presence of a new element, a new symbol in the cityscape. Here, a very specific, context-based form of interaction between the space, the body, and movement becomes actualized.

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