The interview with Andrea Zangari for „PAC. Paneacquaculture”

Let us glance across the borders. In Poland, the contagions have been very few compared to Italy, but theaters are nevertheless closed and theaters workers are waiting for a clear and organic emergency support plan. The Polish contemporary stage is extremely lively, yet there is a political problem with deep roots, a distrust of the Catholic-conservative government towards the new artistic languages: a condition that in this situation extremes the marginality of the category. For this reason, we wanted to hear the voice of a female choreographer and performer engaged in research on the narratives of the female body between power and violence, in a country where the cultural weight of the Catholic Church has raised the common conscience through a capillary seek for national identity. Until the attempt, perpetrated in recent weeks, to make the abortion laws more restricted.

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