After making his theatre debut with the performance FÜYA Requiem, Damiano Fina met the audience present telling them about his dance, the sources that inspire his artistic work and some central aspects of his research.
After meeting Zen meditation sixteen years ago, in 2004, Damiano continued his artistic journey in writing and dance. Until this performance, which he brought on stage at the Teatro San Marco in Vicenza, his hometown.
Butoh dance was born in Japan and has now spread throughout the world. The debate about the legitimacy or otherwise of the internationalisation of this artistic form is more lively than ever.
The aim of a queer pedagogy is to create the conditions for this desiring practice of transformation to take place in a guided and protected context through dancing.