© Andrea Pizzalis

La notte è il mio giorno preferito 

The 09/06/2022 from 19:00 to 20:00

La notte è il mio giorno preferito is a reflection on the relationship with the Other through a meditation on animals and the ecosystems in which they live.

The show takes its cue from the practice, outlined by Baptiste Morizot in the essay Sur la piste animale, of philosophical tracing: the exercise of following the trails crossed by wild animals in an attempt to borrow their gaze and imagine their possibilities of action, following the ontological position of perspectivism formulated by the anthropologist Eduardo Viveiros de Castro.

The animal and the vegetable, the organic and the inorganic merge in the dark space of the nocturnal forest; landslides and calls break the quiet. Signals and mysterious perceptive instruments, inspired by different species, constitute the connective tissue.
A forest neither virgin nor idealized, but technonatural, which includes and transforms the signs left by its inhabitants.

The title La notte è il mio giorno preferito (The night is my favorite day), taken from a letter by Emily Dickinson, refers to the darkness as a space of the absent presence of the animal, as a place of intuition.


Concept, dance : Annamaria Ajmone
Set, styling, images : Natália Trejbalová
Research, dramaturgic collaboration : Stella Succi

Music: Flora Yin Wong
Technical direction, light design : Giulia Pastore

Tour technician : Elena Vastano

Voice training : VEZA e Paola Stella Minni
Graphic web project : Giulia Polenta

Production : Associazione L’Altra.
Co-production : FOG Triennale Milano Performing Arts, Fondazione del Teatro Grande di Brescia, Torinodanza, Fondazione I Teatri Reggio Emilia \ Festival Aperto, Lac Lugano Arte e Cultura, Azienda Speciale Palaexpo – Mattatoio | Progetto Prendersi cura.
Supported by : Centro Nazionale di Produzione della Danza Virgilio Sieni, Fondazione CR Firenze, Oriente Occidente, far° festival des arts vivants Nyon.
Associated artist Triennale Milano Teatro 2021-2024.
Company funded by MiC – Ministry of Culture.

Special thanks to : Fabio Quaranta