VIDEODANCE | CREATIVE PLACEMAKING | TERRITORIAL STORYTELLING
CAMPO LARGO is the first Italian artistic residency dedicated to videodance, a cross-media creative incubator between dance, video, sound design, performance site specific and territorial storytelling, focused on the production of multimedia works, an approach to digital dance as a space for experimentation and continuous regeneration of artistic codes. Its heart is in the city of Turin. It is a project by COORPI Turin in collaboration with
CASA * MARZIANO and Experimental Film Virginia.
CAMPO LARGO 2017
The 2017 edition of CAMPO LARGO was geared towards an educational format, producing 4 students' short films, and two professional short film production, all in collaboration with BTT Balletto Teatro di Torino.
During the evening event BODY SCREENING CAMERA LANDSCAPE, the audience could participate and interact with their smartphones while filming the dancers and following their improvisational scores.
CAMPO LARGO 2016
The 2016 edition of CAMPO LARGO is comprised of 6 short film productions, 1 app, and 1 large screening event at residency end. 6 diverse teams of artists were selected through a national open call and mentored by the two CAMPO LARGO associate artists Matteo Marziano Graziano and Renata Sheppard.
WINNER of BANDO ORA! by COMPAGNIA DI SANPAOLO
CAMPO LARGO 2015
The 2015 pilot edition of CAMPO LARGO sees four artists setting the group for the future editions of the project. Each artist worked on a short film through a collaborative approach to filmmaking. The films were shot at significant locations for the territory of Turin.
CAMPO LARGO NOMADS
It is a videodance workshop for dance and video artists and students. It travels around the world in a educational format of 3 or 4 days. It is inspired by its larger “brother” CAMPO LARGO. The videodance workshop is designed for participants to go through a structured process of making a short film study. Choreographer and film director Matteo Marziano Graziano mentors the participants’ throughout the process from concept formation, location selection, filming with smart phones, movement concept through film shooting and post production.. The participants’ filmic outcomes are screened at the end of the workshop followed by a Q&A discussion, open to the general public and guests.