Country : France
Floriane Facchini seeks to discover the human inheritance hidden underneath our cities and explores the relation between public and private space. She always aims to engage the audience in a process of co-creation.
Floriane Facchini is an Italian author, stage director, and performer. She mainly works in public space and create site-specific art in France and Switzerland. She graduated in theatre studies in the university of Rome in 2005; she perfected her work at the Odin Teatret d’Eugenio Barba and with the compagnie Teatret Om in Denmark. She arrived in France in 2007 and turned her approach towards urban space through collaboration with many collectives such as Les trois points de suspensions in France and les collectifs Hum et Dakota in Geneva. From 2011 to 2013, she enters la FAI-AR (first higher education devoted to the conception and creation of projects in urban space). Her first project, Sanctum Garageum or L’Esprit garage received the SACD prize: Écrire pour la rue 2013 et la Bourse d’écriture Beaumarchais 2014. Since 2014, she creates tours and offbeat visits for various museums in Geneva. In July 2016, she was invited to the Festival la Cité de Lausanne with Sanctum Garageum and Cucine(s) Lab in july 2017.
#An artistic relational research or why create territorial projects
The company seeks to discover the human inheritance hidden underneath our cities. It explores the relation between public and private space and engage the audience in a process of co-creation: it fosters experience sharing and collective writing in which the artist and accomplices meet and unveil. Facchini collects material from dialogue born from inquiries, life tales and real or fictional autobiographies. Drawing from the real, the life tale, the encounters, Floriane Facchini & Cie falls within an ethnographical and relational approach. Attentive to the day to day and the ordinary, nourished from her relationship with others, Floriane Facchini & Cie invites to think about public space through temporary installations, ethnographic strolls and poetic diversions, with the ambition to reveal another perceptions of life.