"From a to d and back again" by Daria Deflorian and Antonio Tagliarini

A bitter stupidity crosses Warhol’s philosophy and dialogues with ours.
a and d talk, in front of an imaginary interviewer or at the telephone, anyway with another, they talk about nothing, they talk about everything through nothing, alone and always present, always public.
Serial loneliness, exposed, that doesn’t want to be solved,that kind of loneliness that wants to be among the others but doesn’t want to be touched.

The show goes on in a entertaining way, everything is clear, obvious.
But slowly comes a subtle suspicion: what are we watching?
Where are we? Where is the show?
Is it here on this stage or is it in the world outside?
Reality isn’t more than a chat, isn’t more than images from the last movie watched on TV.

“ I don’t know where the artificial stops and the real starts” (A.W.)

premiere
April 8+9 2009 20:30
Teatro Palladium, Piazza Bartolomeo Romano, 00154 Roma

www.antoniotagliarini.com

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Comment by Filipe Viegas on March 13, 2009 at 1:21pm
Hello everybody in the United States.
I am a contemporary performing arts producer, and I am now working on a piece inspired in the book "From a to b" by Andy Warhol. We would like very much to present this piece in the US.
Can anyone suggest me places where I can send the promotion pack. For you to have an idea of the kind of work these artist do I invite you to see this interview on their previous work "Rewind - homage a Caffe Muller by Pina Bausch"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g9w9NJTaV3A
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vVgPm7uPYnQ
It would be great to get some suggestions.
Thank you
Filipe Viegas

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