Alessio Maria Romano

The universe is full of magical things, patiently waiting for our wits to grow sharper.

Eden Phillpotts

From the body’s grammar to a conversation around movement

Reorganising the “body as a tool.” A precise practice in which one gives attention and importance to one’s own “functionality” to find an awareness, a freedom and therefore a stronger and newer expressivity.

Through the “grammar of movement” theorised by Rudolf Laban and developed in the United States by Ingmard Bartenieff, we will study the body, movement, and its dynamics in time and space, in the continuous relationship between I, WE and the world. 
A continuous research between the visible and the invisible, reality and dreams. 


photo by Stefano Mazzotta, Andrea Macchia e Giulio Cavallini