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In the crowd map of choreography in Tuscany, the territory of Siena is strongly expressing a productive activity unimaginable shortly ago. Thanks to whom, as the sisters Simona and Rosanna Cieri of the MOTUS company,work with passion since many years to impose an idea of dance that exceeds the ancient and reassuring boundaries of entertainment […] with stubborn engagement, determination and devotion they show that dance is a “traumatic” art able to investigate and also to interpret strong and sometimes difficult problems, because difficult it is life. With a clear and articulated choreographic dictionary, fed of classical language blended with contemporary influences, MOTUS declines an uncomfortable and “skinned” human comedy. It is said: art must be uncomfortable. These senesis authors seem to show us that, from now on, also in dance, it cannot be different.

Silvia Poletti

CORRIERE DI SIENA (30 November 2006)

” BORDERS the new work of Motus …. a strong work, of great denunciation in which Palestine, Kurdistan or Cecenia, rise as symbols for all that people which a place of existence is denied……. The result is of great visual impact and particularly elevated quality…”

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LA PROVINCIA DI VARESE (21 November 2006)

” The strength of Motus is clearly focused in the ability to to define themselves ‘engagé’, i.e. engaged on ethical and moral fields, without boring or veering in tragedy: it is not a case that AQVA was awarded the international prize Teatarfest 2006. In the dictionary of the sisters Rosanna and Simona Cieri the challenge […]

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VARESENEWS (22 October 2006)

the challenge of the Motus dance company was not the simplest… to face the problem of the waste of the most precious resource, water… the experiment has succeeded, reaching peaks of strong emotionality

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CORRIERE DI SIENA (23 August 2006)

Garibaldi was wounded………..It is a trip through the Italian popular musical tradition, tied up to the thousand regional and geographical cultures, often expression of the lower classes, as witness of feelings, aspirations and struggles. In this way, geographical boundaries become cultural boundaries persistent during the time. As to say that, in the popular music, the […]

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IL FRIULI (7 July 2006)

“….The art has an ethical function because it is able to tell something to every day life. With the committed show AQVA of the MOTUS dance company the subject is water designed by bodies, words and images…The lyricism, the magic and the beauty of the element that gives life and the spectacularity of the whole […]

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Press release TEATARFEST (May 2006)

“MOTUS dance, senesis company directed by Simona Cieri and resident in the Municipal Theatre Rinnovati in Siena, was awarded the International Prize TEATARFEST 2006 with the show AQVA, a multimedia work made of video and dance, that faces the problem of the water resource. The show was produced with the contribution of the Tuscany Region […]

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SIPARIO (April 2006)

“… AQVA is a multimedia work of great impact that links dance to communication through images, in a continuous interaction of the languages that entertains and makes to reflect. As of usual, the MOTUS have the strength of reinventing theirselves through the use of new expressive means, without forgetting the engagement that countersigns them and […]

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IL BIELLESE (14 February 2006)

On stage, one by one, eight great interpreters appear wearing white-light blue clothes. Gone with thematically suitable music they have given life to a dance performance between classical and modern, with a strong interpretative pathos. Happiness and despair, cheerfulness and prank, joy and slavery. Lots of feelings, emotions represented through the dance.

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LA STAMPA (9 February 2006)

“The neighbors” … an harmonious union between dance and literature, between word and gesture, to tell the travel of a group of strange characters going to the hope country. As in the other company productions, the artistic creation becomes a means of delivering a social message.

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