Does anybody ever look at these Archives? I almost hope not, since the last two have been practically improvised. On the other hand, it's fun to look back at the era when I was returning to choreography, but beginning to be more interested in locations and stories than in the movement itself.
This one is from Pro Danza Italia 2004, in Castiglioncello, where I made several quickie site-specific dances, stealing a dancer or two between their classes, rehearsals and trips to the beach. This one was inspired by Nino Rota music - and the tiny little Tuscan building which houses the water pump for the nearby Cafe Limonaia. Lights and music were catch as catch could. Camera by Adolfas Mekas.
And if you're inspired to view more old work, scroll down on this "About Marta Renzi" page and you'll go as far back as 1986, with about one mini-show every 6 months, out of chronological order. So much for "Archive of the Month!"