Paola Bianchi, Stefano Murgia Turin, Italy


Turin, Italy
April 17 to 21, 2024
Free entrance
Free entrance
April 17 to 21, 2024

“FABRICA” is an investigation of the bodies of work, an archive of gestures and memories returned to the gaze through images, sounds and the body on stage. A dynamic, performative archive made of practices that difficult to harness in schemes, in cataloguing grids. An anachronic archive where epochs mix with temporal leaps, it is geography rather than history. It is, by its very nature, an anarchic archive: an anarchive. The word archive originates from the Greek archè (meaning antiquity, principle, but also authority, government), and the process linked to the ELP project – of which “FABRICA” is a part – overturns its sense, precisely because of its de-hierarchising nature, its openness to the free circulation and sharing of materials without ties to their original principle. “ANARCHIVIO FABRICA” is a space to stop, look, read, talk and listen.


Paola Bianchi, a choreographer and dancer, has been active on the contemporary dance scene since the late 1980s. With her performances, she participates in national and international festivals. Bianchi wrote “Corpo Politico. Distopia del gesto, utopia del movimento” (Editoria & Spettacolo, 2014) and numerous short essays focusing on the theme of body and dance. In 2020, she won the Rete Critica Prize with ELP.

Stefano Murgia is a musician and composer. His work revolves around the analogue and digital reworking of field recordings and other sounds sourced from mass media. In the audio-visual field, he made, together with Marco Halilovič, the feature film “Rapina aggravata” and is currently working on some videod-ance projects.




concept Paola Bianchi e Stefano Murgia
suono e montaggio video Stefano Murgia
nato per la sezione Ambienti di Teatri di Vetro 17
FABRICA è sostenuto da Fabrique Autonome des Acteurs (FR), Teatri di Vetro Festival, Caracol Olol Jackson, Teatro Akropolis, Teatro Galli - Rimini, Ipercorpo Festival, Danae Festival, KOMM TANZ / PASSO NORD progetto residenze Compagnia Abbondanza / Bertoni, Archivio Audiovisivo del Movimento Operaio e Democratico
produzione PinDoc

foto Margherita Masè

Supernova presents a programme for performing arts in Rimini curated by Motus, Santarcangelo dei Teatri, and the Municipality of Rimini