This activity was prepared with a playful and energetic training of the body and of the voice.
After that, all workshop participants were asked to improvise together and at the same time using all the textual and sound materials of their investigations.
This crossroad of compositional practice laid the foundation for the construction of a unique landscape where languages and bodies offered multiple dialogues and spatial relationships.
This landscape represented the structure within each participant could experienced the freedom of his or her imagination, while remaining true to the image accuracy of Pavese’s dialogues already investigated (i.e. “The blind” and “Seafoam”).
The collective feedback from this activity was relevant to them, to how they saw this image and their relationship with it.