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Bogliasco


Liguria, Italy | March–April 2019

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Bogliasco


Liguria, Italy | March–April 2019

BOGLIASCO FOUNDATION FELLOWSHIP IN THEATER

BOGLIASCO, LIGURIA, ITALY
MARCH—APRIL 2019

Courtesy of The Bogliasco Foundation
Photo by Laura Bianchi

Tom Pearson

Director, Choreographer, Filmmaker, and Writer; Director of the Global Performance Studio and Co-Artistic Director of Third Rail Projects – United States

Artist Fellowship in Theater

The Blessing of the Fleet

A collection of writings intended for theater, film, and publication — used to create a poetic, cinematic, and, ultimately, an experiential (and location-based) performance. The work will focus on concepts of non-binary identity and a reformulation of archetypal functionality — outlining the concept of a new colloquial un/conscious — described through dreams, myth, and audience-centered narrative.

Una serie di testi per il teatro, il cinema e per il lettore utilizzati per creare una performance poetica, cinematica e non empirica ispirata al luogo. Il lavoro si focalizzerà sui concetti di identità non binaria e riformulazione della funzionalità tipologica, sottolineando il concetto di un nuovo dialogo inconscio, descritto attraverso sogni, miti e racconti mirati rivolti al pubblico.

Tom Pearson is an artist working in an array of diverse media. He is best known for his original works for theater, including the long-running immersive theater hit Then She Fell, as co-artistic director of Third Rail Projects, and as the director of the Global Performance Studio, Third Rail's international program for cultural listening and exchange. His work draws from depth psychology, archetypal studies, dream practices, and ritual experience.  He was recently named among the 100 most influential people in Brooklyn culture by Brooklyn Magazine and awarded artist fellowships in Russia, Italy, and in the U.S to develop Libraría. #tompearsonnyc #GPSLibraria

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