Muta imago

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Muta Imago – biographical notes

edited by Gaia Polidori
Muta Imago is a theater company founded in 2004 by director Claudia Sorace who attended the Civica Scuola di Teatro Paolo Grassi in Milan and by playwright/sound designer Riccardo Fazi, who graduated in Humanities from the University La Sapienza of Rome.
Their work project centers on a research of forms and stories that relate the sphere of imagination with that of reality. This emerges in a clear aesthetic choice inclined to constructing by images, which fits into the groove of a visionary, conceptual theater. The idea underlying the name “Muta Imago” is the will not to limit the company’s experience exclusively to aspects of the theater and to focus primarily on the image and its change. Muta then in the sense of “mutation”, from the Italian, but also “silent”, from the Latin, to contain within itself a universal element, a value, regardless of its relationship with space and time.

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Documents are published in original language. In case the translation is present, both the original and the translation are published.

Writings by artists and interviews
Jacopo Lantieri, Interview with Muta Imago, in Jacopo Lanteri (edited by), Iperscene 2: Teatro Sotterraneo, Sonia Brunelli, Ambra Senatore, Muta Imago, Pathosformel, Babilonia Teatri, Dewey Dell, Editoria&Spettacolo, Rome 2009
Matteo Antonaci (edited by), Incontro con i Muta Imago, Università Roma Tre, 2010
Critical writings
Chiara Nicolini, Perché viviamo? Indagare l'essere umano, in Jacopo Lanteri (a cura di), Iperscene 2: Teatro Sotterraneo, Sonia Brunelli, Ambra Senatore, Muta Imago, Pathosformel, Babilonia Teatri, Dewey Dell, Editoria&Spettacolo, Rome 2009
Lorenzo Donati, Alex Giuzio, L'individuale e il collettivo, in Art you lost?, un'intervista, «Altrevelocità», July 2013
Rossella Porcheddu, Con i Muta Imago sulle tracce della Primavera Araba: conversazione con Claudia Sorace, «ll tamburo di Kattrin», December 13, 2013
Pierfrancesco Giannangeli, Le vite degli altri, «Exibart», n. 87, June / July 2014
Video
Muta Imago - Pictures from Gihan
The Sound Land: the theater of Peter Handke
QLab "L'ora in cui non sapevamo niente l'uno dell'altro". Performing workshop within the project "The Sound Land: the theater of Peter Handke"
Art you lost?
Day with Muta Imago during the preparation of "Art you lost?"
Teatrography
teatrografia
Teatrography,edited by Gaia Polidori
Bibliography
bibliografia
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