RILABEN

LABEN, leading a collaboration with artists under the RILABEN name, is a performer, author, researcher animal and visual one. Studied Architecture, Nikolais Technique,  M. Feldenkrais lessons and different approaches to the body in the performing arts.

He is working through intuition and improvisation to set an alive installation of bodies related with philosophical approach to art, audience perception of the event and site specific frame.

He creates his first ‘CONT’ piece inspiered by S.Bucci Company and  the text ‘A Man Without Quality’ by R.Musil. He develops a first version in 2012 , with the music of JD Zazie, in Florence, Poznan, and at the Guggenheim Museum of Bilbao in a duo version with C.Abati, that will travel through Italy and Portugal.

‘DUO’ 

with Cristina Abati cristinaabati

in 2014/15  is RILABEN second work/collaboration, residency at Vivaio del Malcantone, SPAM Lucca, Limonaia /Company Blu, Spazio K Prato, and première at Uferstudios Berlin.

BOWO,  third ongoing project from 2013/2017, is inspired by Cso group, who invited LABEN to teach in a workshop session at San Sebastiàn, on Deleuze-Guattari, A.Artaud theory, ‘ A body without organs’, with live music by

JD Zazie JD Zazie

 in Florence, Berlin and Bologna.

New performance projects in 2017, IN-EXtension from Beckett’s “All strange away”, first studio in Tatwerk Berlin, second step at Bologna ERT in january 2018.

 “SAI, a thing that feels” inspired by M.Perniola ‘The sex appeal of the inorganic’ , dance voice bodies live in an audio visual relation with objects and inorganic reality.

 

in progress at Uferstudios, Tanzfabrik

with

Alexandra Zoey

Sara Simeoni sarasimeoni

sound design: Errikos Stamatakis Noir Fidelity Records

 

We also being part of MOR 2017, month of research at Ufers studios ,   an experience that we shared with Marko Pejovic, dramaturg, working on the topic of artist success and identity, on the star system and authorship topic in contemporary art, creating a new collective group who wants to develop those themes in different countries.