Monica Spiga, Noarte, BroCool
The artists’ performance shows projections of chats by different couples of our time, and is combined with romantic music par excellence – the songs of Schubert. The timeless love, poetically described by Goethe, can thus be inevitable. The production is augmented by the lighting which changes and evolves during the course of the conversations, to represent the feelings of love. Video, music and light, completing and merging with one another, create a performance that explores – without prejudice – the themes of love and romance in our digital age.
The 30-minute performance will first be presented in English, followed by German and finally in Italian.
Authors are the Sardinian musician Monica Spiga, who lives in Frankfurt am Main, and the collective BroCool, whose short films explore the differences and similarities of different cultures with the aid of irony. For this particular project, they have collaborated with Noarte Paese Museo di San Sperate (I), a cultural association active in the promotion of cultural exchange through artistic projects on both a national and international level.
The Project is supported from: