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May 4

Theatre Movement – NUVOLICADIRA Landscapes of Climate Change

May 4 - 17:00 - May 5 - 20:00 CEST


Theatre Movement – NUVOLICADIRA Landscapes of Climate Change

On the 4th of May at 5 pm, during the inauguration of the photographic exhibition “NUVOLICADIRA Landscapes of Climate Change” on the theme of Climate Change, a theatrical performance will be held, closely connected with environmental and sustainability issues.

The performance consists of the reading of a text written and performed by Francesco Garuti. The protagonist is a tree that speaks to humanity – identified in the public – by addressing environmental issues. After the initial performance, a live painting will be held by Francesca Ferrari who will transform the words into paintings.

Francesco Garuti is an actor and sculptor born in Reggio Emilia. After graduating in agriculture he decided to change course by entering the Nico Pepe Academy in Udine where he graduated in 2019. During the pandemic period, he takes advantage of the time available to deepen his passion for sculpture until it becomes a parallel work. His latest artistic project “Alberi Comuni” aims to bring together sculpture, theater and a passion for botany in a journey that investigates the relationship between humans and plants. He currently works on theater projects in Italy and abroad and collaborates regularly with the Mamimò theater center in Reggio Emilia.

Francesca Ferrari, born in Reggio Emilia too, is a young artist of live painting, a form of visual performance art in which artists complete a visual art piece in a public performance. Her art and style can be considered “naïve”, focusing in representing images, sensations and emotions captured during a music or a theatre performance.


Information about the exibition

Nuvolicadira is a participatory photography project promoted by Fondazione E35 and curated by Luis Bernardeau and Luna Beggi that explores the delicate relationship between man and nature in different national, European, and international contexts.

The project has seen the activation of a network of amateur photographers who took shots in Italy, Spain, Austria, Iceland, Mozambique, Australia, Lebanon and Germany. The shots were collected through a participatory process, also thanks to international relations and collaborations in the area.

The theme of the photography project is strictly connected with the theme of the Theatre in Palm project, where the majority of the activities concentrated on sustainability and environmental change.

The photographic exhibition will be held during the OFF Circuit of the European Photography Festival in Reggio Emilia. “Fotografia Europea” is an international cultural festival dedicated to contemporary photography, promoted since 2006 by the Fondazione Palazzo Magnani and the Municipality of Reggio Emilia in collaboration with various public and private cultural institutions at local, national and international level. The festival takes place in various public and private, formal and informal venues in the city, and is composed of a central core of exhibitions, including new productions commissioned ad hoc, and an OFF circuit, an offer of exhibitions and events disseminated throughout the territory and promoted independently by galleries, associations, public institutions and private subjects. The 19th edition of the European Photography Festival, with the name ‘NATURE LOVES TO HIDE’, will be dedicated to the delicate relationship between man and nature as well as the destructive impact of climate change.


May 4 - 17:00 CEST
May 5 - 20:00 CEST
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Via Angelo Secchi 9
Reggio Emilia, 42121 Italy
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