Nuove Cosmogonie Teatro & Sala Scicluna
via Martorelli, 78 - 10154 Torino (interno cortile)
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by and with Katia Capato. Duration around 20 min

Pictures and songs of the video by K. Capato

Video, sound, music and assistant director : Joseph Scicluna

It wants to be an eulogy and a "toast" to the "Creation" and to all the forces that come together to make it possible.

It wants to be an eulogy and a "toast" to Art in all its shapes.

It wants to be an eulogy and a "toast" to the "Creation" to all in favour to Creation and the expression of its results.

“Being the creation of the world the creation par excellence, the cosmogony becomes the exemplary model for every kind of creation "Mirecea Eliade, Myth and Reality.

The performance is inspired by the ancient belief that tells how it was a good omen or rather necessary to recall the "Cosmogony", or the generation of the Universe, in important events, such as births, healings, deaths, the coronation of Kings, etc ...

Every culture had its own rite or expressive form to do it, someone through the oracular form or dance, someone through painting or through the creation of Mandala.

In BRINDISI COSMOGONICO the design, the color, the video and the sound, meet the theater and the story, meet the myth and the words of poets and painters who have been able to make us "see the world in a grain of sand, the sky in a flower of field, hold the infinity on the palm of one hand and eternity in an hour "(William Blake)

"Every new appearance - animal, plants, institution - implies the existence of a world".

Mirecea Eliade, Myth and Reality

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Nuove Cosmogonie Teatro
via R. Martorelli, 78 - 10154 Torino (interno cortile)
Tel. + 39 347 4002314



It's one of the most interesting and fascinating shows I've seen recently.The three-dimensionality of the objects, the musical dramaturgy and, in general, of the sound, the search for a particular type of lighting and the effects that derive from it, contribute to make this show not a simple, and perhaps predictable, work of scientific divulgation in costume but the story of lives and extraordinary minds staged with the extraordinary and fascinating language, enchanted and at the same time precise and exact, of the theater in the variety of its forms.
Andrea Demarchi