Tortelli‘s „engaging work (…) begs to be seen live, in order to experience even more the intensity and power that flows between these extraordinary artists.” 

Alison Kent about SNOW CRASH, Dance Europe Dec 20/ Jan 21

 

Diego Tortelli und Miria Wurm kennen sich seit 2014 über deren gemeinsame Arbeit für den Choreografen Richard Siegal, für den Tortelli als Tänzer und Ballettmeister und Wurm als Produktionsleitung gearbeitet hat. 

Seit 2018 entwickeln sie gemeinsam freie Szene Tanzprojekte in München, die sich durch eine klare, aber komplexe Formensprache und Ästhetik sowohl in Hinblick auf die Choreografie als auch auf den Stückinhalt und dessen Umsetzung auszeichnen. Unter Einbezug von modernen Technologien und wissenschaftlichen Theorien kreieren sie zeitgeistige Tanzstücke, die ihren persönlichen Blick auf das Hier und Jetzt spiegeln. Maßgeblich beteiligt an der Stückumsetzung ist deren technischer Leiter Roman Fliegel, der auch stets das Bühnenbild mitentwickelt und dieses durch sein Lichtdesign komplettiert. Und der Performer Corey Scott-Gilbert, der durch eine langjährige Freundschaft verbunden, die performative Seite während der Erarbeitungsphase aus seiner Warte rückspiegelt und reflektiert, um so ein Rund von allen Seiten zu erschaffen. 

 

"Tortelli’s engaging work (…) begs to be seen live, in order to experience even more the intensity and power

that flows between these extraordinary artists.”

Alison Kent on SNOW CRASH, Dance Europe Dec 20/Jan 21

 

 

Diego Tortelli and Miria Wurm, both members of Munich’s independent dance scene, have been developing projects together since 2018.

Their artistic language and aesthetics are characterised by clarity and complexity, both in terms of choreographic style and the subject matter of their works. Drawing on cutting-edge technologies and theoretical concepts, they create contemporary dance pieces that reflect on current issues from a personal perspective.

 

Pivotal to each piece is Tortelli’s very own choreographic idiom, which splits the body into its various limbs and joints and then reassembles them over and over again like a game of Tetris. The torso remains the fixed point around which everything revolves, as if calculated by geometric formulas – at times playful and surreal, at others architectural and rigid. The body is revealed in all its beauty and artistry, but also its fragility and brokenness. Traces of bodily memories are brought to light through a process of poetic abstraction.

 

The stage and lighting designs for all the pieces are created by Roman Fliegel, who also serves as the company’s technical production manager. Another important participant in the creation process is the performer and close friend Corey Scott Gilbert. Throughout the rehearsal process, he continually reflects the performer’s point of view, ensuring that the result is a well-rounded piece of work. 

ABOUT

Tortelli’s ,,engaging work (…) begs to be seen live, in order to experience even more the intensity and power

that flows between these extraordinary artists.”

Alison Kent about SNOW CRASH, Dance Europe Dec 20/Jan 21

 

 

Diego Tortelli and Miria Wurm, both members of Munich’s independent dance scene, have been developing projects together since 2018.

Their artistic language and aesthetics are characterised by clarity and complexity, both in terms of choreographic style and the subject matter of their works. Drawing on cutting-edge technologies and theoretical concepts, they create contemporary dance pieces that reflect on current issues from a personal perspective.

 

Pivotal to each piece is Tortelli’s very own choreographic idiom, which splits the body into its various limbs and joints and then reassembles them over and over again like a game of Tetris. The torso remains the fixed point around which everything revolves, as if calculated by geometric formulas – at times playful and surreal, at others architectural and rigid. The body is revealed in all its beauty and artistry, but also its fragility and brokenness. Traces of bodily memories are brought to light through a process of poetic abstraction.

 

The stage and lighting designs for all the pieces are created by Roman Fliegel, who also serves as the company’s technical production manager. 

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CONTACT

ARTISTIC DIRECTION

Diego Tortelli: dtortelli1@gmail.com

Miria Wurm: wurmmiria@yahoo.de

 

PRODUCTION

Diego Tortelli & Miria Wurm GbR

Metzstr. 30 

81667 Munich, Germany

Email: diegotortelliworks@gmail.com

Tax department Munich, VAT-ID: DE329395657

 

 

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