Dancer, choreographer, ARTIST
Silvia Pipponzi is a professional dancer from Italy, graduated with a BFA in Contemporary Dance from the National Dance Academy of Rome in 2015 studying multiple dance styles and performed PSALM by José Limón supported by the Limón Foundation.
After a traineeship with the Budapest Dance theater, she moved to Israel where she danced with the Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company’s Dance Journey and she studied GAGA technique with the Batsheva Dance Company.
During her stay in Israel, she presented her creation MATER during the Nitzotzot event at Kibbutz Ga'aton, Hazafon and danced for different choreographers including Hayley Ader, Jana Buzuk, Kelsey Duncan, Rami Baer, Eyal Dadon, Yaniv Abraham, Noa Zuk, Vertigo Dance, Ilya Nikurov.
She danced with DalioArts (Amsterdam) the solo EXHIBIT at the HIGHS&LOWS 4BID gallery and with the Kim Robards Dance Company in Denver, Colorado (USA) touring more than 40 theaters all over Colorado.
As a freelancer she performed Body Architecture at the STRIPE ART festival in Fermo, Italy and at the International Art and Architecture festival Borders in Venice during the Biennale; Vinculum and Hamlet for the art seasons of Toscolano Maderno and Gargnano Sul Garda, Italy. In 2019 she collaborates with the choreographer Sandra Fuciarelli for the work IN>SEGUIMI performed at MACRO, the Museum of Contemporary Art of Rome.
--2000 miles--3,218,688 km--10,560,000 ft-- of separation.
Dividing families, cultures, economies, and human beings.
An obstacle obstructing human rights, a rift created by fear.
The stories and experiences of the people affected by the border, immigration, crime, and the prospect of a wall are varied yet crucial. These are the stories we aim to tell.
What do I have to do to show you I'm human?
I breathe this air, just like you
Walk this land, like you
Brush my hair as do you
Ten fingers, Two hands
Two feet, One head
Conifer, Colorado, USA
v a c u u m
This experimental video project was born from a collaboration between the American videographer Ralph Cope and the Italian light designer Francesco Concetti.
What happens when we feel locked inside our own bodies?
the skin becomes thicker, the body havier and the heartbeats speeds up.
The need to escape arises.
Falerone, Italy 2019
v i n c u l u m
The Vinculum project stems from the artistic need to represent the condition of human beings in the modern society which is transforming us neglecting our true nature: people are born free, spontaneous and communicative with the need of connections and relationships. Two bodies with their faces covered by intertwined threads, connected by the same energy but unable to communicate and to understand each other. An unstoppable journey to find a bond.
Palazzo Bettoni, Gargnano Sul Garda (BS)
Drama, tragedy, murder.
And love, how big is Ophelia's love?
Immense, immeasurable, pure and perfect.
It is that kind of love that can push a soul throw into an abyss,
"..Fear it, Ophelia, fear it, my dear sister, and keep up the rear of your affection ..."
The dark water, the open arms, in that gesture surrendered, impotent.
The flowers floating on the water, her hair long and wavy.
And her face, that white, almost transparent skin, her eyes wide with amazement, her lips parted, after she gave up her last breath.
This is Ophelia, in her fragility, in the end, in defeat.
Campo Ippico, Toscolano Maderno (BS)
The Stabat Mater by Giovan Battista Pergolesi, one of the most important works of Italian music of the 18th century.
Three voices: alto, double bass and soprano. one scene: a mother's pain.
We are pervaded by nostalgia for the ancient wild nature. They taught us to be ashamed of such a desire.
We let our hair grow and used them to hide our feelings. But the shadow of the Wild Woman is still flattened inside us, in our days, in our nights.
We all enter the world to dance.
There come moments when it is a must to release a rage that shakes the skies.
Amaca TestingArt, Altidona (FM)
Zichri Teather, Kibbutz Ga'aton, Israel
A site specific work in which the aim is to create a performance where the landscape, the installation, and the sculpture enhances the movement. The concept digs deep into the relationship between body and architecture, showing that body is architecture in itself. It is a salient architectonic form that interplays with the dimensions of space and time.
Palazzo Ca Zanardi, Venezia
Grandi Cisterne Romane, Fermo
Based and inspired by a philosophical concept used by existentialist philosophers Jean-Paul Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir to describe the phenomenon where human beings under pressure from social forces adopt false values and disown their innate freedom, hence acting inauthentically.