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"An instant photographed can only acquire meaning insofare as the viewer can read into it a duration extending beyond itself. When we find a photograph meaningful we are lending it a past and a future" John Berger (Novelist and art critic)

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Kirsty Russell  (UK)

Cinzia Sita' (IT) is dancer and choreographer. She graduated in Choreographic Composition at the National Dance Academy in Rome, where shestudied with A. Borriello, N. Charnock (dv8), J. Hamilton, I. Ivo. Zambrano, J. Burrows, L. Touzé, P. Droulers. She deepens her artistic experience studying, among others, with C. Carlson, S. Linke, S. Bucci and at the Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch. She attended the training course in “Writing for contemporary dance” directed by Raffaella Giordano. Since 2012 she is Associate Artist of Sosta Palmizi. As an interpreter, Cinzia works for R. Giordano, G. Rossi, O. Gonzo, Company Arearea, A. Friends, C. Genta, H. Cerina and she participates in projects directed by G. Carrizo (Peeping Tom) and J. Neves and Quan Bui Ngoc (Les Ballets C de la B). She also collaborates with Samotracia - Research group of dance theater. In collaboration with 11 other artists, they will form: Famigliafuché, a collective of actors and dancers, engaged in the study of the body and improvisation.

Mariella Celia (IT)  Choreographer, dancer and performer. She graduated in 2008 at the National Dance Academy of Rome and in 2013 she obtained a master in “Art Therapy” from the University of Roma Tre. Among the artists that have marked her path we find: Julyen Hamilton, Jeremy Nelson, ita Little. Work with different choreographers in Italy and abroad including: Giorgio Rossi, Oretta Gonzo, Group Company E-motion, Patrizia Cavola (Company Atacama), Ismael Ivo, Modjgan Hashemian (Berlin), Vimprodanco, Vienna Improvisation Dance Company (Austria) , Aleph Company. From 2008 to 2011 she lived and worked in Berlin where she worked with artists from different disciplines (including with visual artist Enrico Pietracci, photographer Susanna Kraus, musicians Andreas Waelti, Oliver and Ruth Tobias Backhaus), creating works presented in different performative spaces, artistic contexts and international festivals. She collaborated with Giorgio Rossi as co-choreographer for “Heaven March” and as choreographer-assistant in various projects and seminars in Italy and France. Currently she lives and works in Turin as dancer for the new production of the dance company: Zerogrammi.



Fabritia D'Intino (IT)  is a freelance performer and choreographer. In 2008 she graduated with a Diploma at the National Dance Academy of Rome (IT), and in 2011she graduated with a BA in Dance at Artez Hogeschool vor de Kusten in Arnhem (NL). With a special interest for improvisation and instant composition, she performed in various contexts as dancer and maker in collaboration with different kind of artists in Italy, Holland, Spain, Sweden, Belgium, Mexico and U.S.A. Since 2012 she is based in Florence (Italy) giving classes for professional dancers, developing her own projects and collaborating as dancer and maker for the companies Maktub Noir and Déjà Donnè. Since 2013 she is the artistic collaborator of the platform B.I.D.E. (Barcelona International Dance Exchange) and from 2014 she is involved as choreographer for the EU project DanceMovesCities (Italy/



BODIES IN MOTION (UK)  Showcases a range of new works choreographed with and by young and experienced choreographers. A variety of dance work from midlands-based Youth, University and Professional Dance artists including WE Dance (Lincoln College), Lincoln Dance Collective (University of Lincoln), Louise Gibbs, NCN Clarendon College and more…



IMPRO FOR CAMERA (UK)  Dance improvisation for camera  session by  Ellie O' Sullivan, Charlotte Arch and Sophie Kirkham.


Date:  15th December 2015

Location: Studio 3, LSFPA, University of Lincoln

IMPRO FOR CAMERA (UK)  Dance improvisation for camera  session by  Fenia Kotsopoulou


photo by Daz Disley


Date:  13th December 2015

Location: Studio 2, LSFPA, University of Lincoln

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