NO RAMA is an inhabited place, an artificial ecosystem where organic and inorganic material cohabits. Here different species can live, thrive and reproduce. Bodies crumble into celestial objects, turn into plants, animals, minerals.
Geographically located in our proximity, NO RAMA is not remote nor impossible, yet constantly raiding into a future-elsewhere, present and subterranean. There you will find living beings, spinning sound machines, desert roses, magic rocks, and tapestries. All the elements are connected and mixed, the surrounding space is constantly transforming, and each body assumes new shapes and powers, time dilates thus generating a diffusive self-sufficient system.
NO RAMA is a (visionary) investigation on the future of this planet, inhabited by a sequence of animal and biotechnological forms. Its ecosystem is capable of adapting to climate changes and the progressive acidification of waters. Between science and fiction, NO RAMA is just one of many possibilities.
Production Cab 008.
Associated artist of Triennale Milano Teatro 2019-2021.
Co-produced by Teatro Metastasio di Prato and FOG Triennale Milano Performing Arts.
Supported by L’Arboreto – Teatro Dimora di Mondaino, Armunia / Festival Inequilibrio, Centro nazionale di produzione / Virgilio Sieni, spazioK.Kinkaleri, Azienda Speciale Palaexpo – Mattatoio.
Supported by Regione Toscana, MiBACT and Comune di Firenze.
The project was realised with the contribution of ResiDance XL luoghi e progetti di residenza per creazioni coreografiche, azione della Rete Anticorpi XL / Network Giovane Danza D’autore coordinated by L’Arboreto – Teatro Dimora di Mondaino.
Annamaria Ajmone, Marta Capaccioli, Lucrezia Palandri
Original music and sound diffusion system
Light design and technical direction
““I believe that my mind also dwelt on the question of whether the electric light was turned on for the creatures in the Nocturama when real night fell and the zoo was closed to the public, so that as day dawned over their topsy-turvy miniature universe they could fall asleep with some degree of reassurance."
W.G. Sebald, “Austerlitz”