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Performare il confine. Coreografia e politica nel lavoro di Arkadi Zaides

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journal COMUNICAZIONI SOCIALI
issue COMUNICAZIONI SOCIALI - 2021 - 3. Theatres and Politics Today Lights and Shadows of a Long Relationship
title Performare il confine. Coreografia e politica nel lavoro di Arkadi Zaides
Performing the End. Coreography and Politics in Arkadi Zaides Work
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Publisher Vita e Pensiero
format Article | Pdf
online since 02-2022
doi 10.26350/001200_000132
issn 0392-8667 (print) | 1827-7969 (digital)
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Born in Belarus, grown up in Israeli, based in France, Arkadi Zaides is an independent performer and choreographer. Together with artists, thinkers, and human-rights activists and combining theoretical research, creativity and  activism on field, Zaides has been working for a long time on the role of political and social contexts in affecting bodies, gesture and movements and in producing, maintaining, legitimizing, representing, and aestheticizing structural  violence. As of late, Zaides is specifically interested in the notion of the border, which he explores both literally (focusing on specific geographical border areas, and identifying a particular choreography that emerges in these spaces) and artistically (exposing different types of discourse and apparatus at work in relation to the figure of the migrant). Starting from the introduction of the Arkadi Zaides chorographical and political idea, that are densely intertwined,  the paper will take into account the passage from Archive (2014) to Talos (2017) to Necropolis (2021), from the “re-enacting” performative action to the “pre-enacting” political fabulation: the viewpoint enlightens specifically the  relation between the idea of the situated subject, the bodies, the borders and the implications of the technological infrastructure.

keywords

Choreography; politics; borders; performance; violence; archive

Author biography

Università di Pavia ‒ giada.cipollone@unipv.it.

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Anno: 2021 - n. 3

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