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Bock & Vincenzi

 
 

Bock & Vincenzi nasce a Londra nel 1995 dall'incontro di Frank Bock (performer/coreografo) e Simon Vincenzi (regista/designer). Dopo aver lavorato per sette anni al progetto Invisibile Dances, tornano in Italia dopo l’apparizione veneziana alla Biennale 2005 curata da Romeo Castellucci. Svolgimento spettacolare per momenti unici di esplorazione tra scena e assenza, tempo e memoria, il progetto Invisibile Dances si è manifestato tramite opere sonore telefoniche, installazioni, film, una campagna di affissioni, una pubblicazione e tre spettacoliSimon Vincenzi ha lavorato come designer nel teatro sperimentale, opera e cinema, collaborando con Impact Theatre, English National Opera, Nottingham Playhouse, ICA London e il National Theatre. Sua è l'ideazione e la regia di The Infinite Pleasures of the Great Unknown.

Bock & Vincenzi was formed in London in 1995 by Frank Bock (performer/choreographer) and Simon Vincenzi (director/designer). Through a series of unique and uncompromising theatre/dance works they have explored the relationship between the language of movement and the mystery of the image. Their most recent project, Invisible Dances…. spanned seven years and manifested itself as a sound work for telephone, a billboard campaign, a publication, installations & films, and three dance theatre productions which were presented across Europe. One of these productions was commissioned by Romeo Castellucci and presented at the 37 International Theatre Festival as part of Venice Biennale 2005.  Bock and Vincenzi have been nominated for the X1 Europe Prize New Theatrical Realities. Simon Vincenzi has designed for new and experimental theatre, opera and film throughout Britain and mainland Europe. He has worked with Impact Theatre, English National Opera, Nottingham Playhouse, the ICA and the National Theatre. He conceived and directs The Infinite Pleasures of the Great Unknown.