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Fading out the human presence: A conversation between Barbara Stimoli, Titta Raccagni and Simon Ellis

This is a conversation between Italian artists Barbara Stimoli and Titta Raccagni with Choreographic Practices’ co-editor Simon Ellis. The discussion begins with how Barbara and Titta began working together, and then focuses on the development and various iterations of their work Pleasure Rocks.

Reference: Ellis, Simon 2022. Fading out the human presence: A conversation between Barbara Stimoli, Titta Raccagni and Simon Ellis” Choreographic Practices 13 (2): 203-218.

Link: Fading out the human presence PDF

Pleasure Rocks

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