Sissj Bassani

After her three-month residency at the Parsec spaces, Sissj Bassani twists her research on corners for the hillside of Tenuta Bene. Fascinated by thresholds as places of welcome, she builds a choreography of superimposition in which her solo is constantly disturbed by the presence of Camilla Neri and Francesca Siracusa. She confronts the problematic term ecology by looking at the thin line between foreground and background.
All is posture (Rebekah Sheldon)
by and with Sissj Bassani
together with Camilla Neri and Francesca Siracusa
sound artefact Alberto Ricca/Bienoise
supervision Francesca Pizzagalli, Martina Piazzi
image and video Pier Paolo Zimmermann

Sissj Bassani
Sissj Bassani (Cesena, 1997) is an Italian dancer and choreographer. She is a dancer and assistant to Claudia Castellucci and directs the movement research project Parini Secondo. She works with choreography as a means to ignite spaces and create conditions of movement, vision and listening. She has danced in several national and international festivals such as: Festival dei Due Mondi (Spoleto), Fabbrica Europa (Florence), Bolzano Danza, Ipercorpo (Forlì), Ravenna Festival, Santarcangelo Festival, Short Theatre (Rome), FAE – Festival de Artes Escenicas (Lima, Peru), Dom Radio (St. Petersburg, Russia) and the ADC Pavillon (Geneva, CH).