Corpi sul palco (Bodies on stage) is a review of performances of Visual Arts in the theater curated by Andrea Contin, based on an idea by Ilaria Piccardi, for Teatro Linguaggicreativi.

Born from the meeting between the artist and curator Andrea Contin with Simona Migliori, Paolo Trotti, and Ilaria Piccardi of Teatro Linguaggicreativi in ​​Milan, Corpi sul palco made its debut with the two sold-out evenings of the first edition staged in Milan in 2019 and , after the unexpected and sudden stop of all activities, continued its path with the success of the online event Corpi sul palco – performance from home in quarantine time in full lockdown, which was followed by the important exhibition at MMSU – Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art of Rijeka in Croatia as an event of Rijeka 2020 – European Capital of Culture, the hybrid return to the theater with Corpi (non) on stage in 2021 and 2022, an unprecedented format in which the artists performed in streaming from their places of origin around the world to be screened live for the audience only, and the reopening of the curtain with Corpi on stage at the theater in 2021.

A surprising evolution and progression for a project where “the Performance finds citizenship by inspiration of artists and not of critics or curators” – as Pietro Gaglianò wrote, quoting Bodies on stage in his recent text Psychopathology of Performance – which allowed the review to finally return to direct contact with the public in this new, highly anticipated live edition.

Bodies on the stage is a review curated by Andrea Contin, produced by Teatro Linguaggicreativi and created under the supervision of Simona Miglior and Paolo Trotti and communication by Lara Facco P&C.

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