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Andrea Spaziani

 
Writers & Readers

All Things West

By Sky Fairchild-Waller

In The Right Eye of Clint, I see an architect – someone who muses over how designed space and humans converge.

 
Andrea Spaziani

The Right Eye of Clint

Performance | Spectacle

Toronto ON
April 11-13 avril 2019
8:00 | 20:00
Contemporary

 
Andrea Spaziani

Silver Venus

Performance | Spectacle

Toronto ON
April 26-28 avril 2018
8:00 | 20:00
Contemporary

Amanda Acorn / Photo by Talia Shipman
 
Dance WiRe (Writers in Residence)

Two Local Voices on a Double Bill

By Robert Kingsbury

Local and emerging artists-in-residence Andrea Spaziani and Amanda Acorn share a program during the Dancemakers MiniFest on June 13 in the Distillery District.

Alicia Grant, Andrea Spaziani and Julia Male in Spaziani's Rafters / Photo courtesy of Spaziani
 
Dance WiRe (Writers in Residence)

A Feast of a MiniFest

By Victoria McKenzie

I’ve been craving spice lately. A lil’ paprika, a lil’ tamarind, a lil’ Dancemakers MiniFest.

Amanda Acorn / Photo by Talia Shipman
 
Andrea Spaziani, Amanda Acorn, Dana Michel, Anthony Hamilton

Dancemakers Minifest 2017

Festival | Festival

Toronto ON
June 13-24 juin 2017
Various days and times | Spectacles à différentes dates et heures
Contemporary

 
Andrea Spaziani

Silver Venus

Performance | Spectacle

Toronto ON
April 27-29 avril 2017
8:00 | 20:00
Contemporary

AndreaSpazian in This Desiring Pony / Photo by Alejandro Fargosonini
 
Dance WiRe (Writers in Residence)

Per for wo man it I v i t y: Intimacy-through-distance

By Robert Kingsbury

This Desiring Pony, a solo rooted in feminist methodology, calls upon internalized patriarchal modes of oppression existing both in the body of a female dance artist and in the dialectic between performer and audience.

Andrea Spaziani in her own work This Desiring Pony / Photo by Alejandro Fargosonini
 
Dance WiRe (Writers in Residence)

The Incantation of This Desiring Pony

By Victoria McKenzie

“Where have you been?” was the question projected on the upstage screen when we walked into the space.

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