Borderless Triptych - upcoming premiere inside story

About the performance

Human imagination has always been fuelled by ideas about life beyond the here and now, beyond this world, beyond the possibilities of ordinary existence. How to transcend yourself, the limitations of the human body and mind, the limitations of our planet. To travel to other worlds, to meet other intelligences that may exist somewhere. Once upon a time, a man tried to establish contact with life outside of himself through magic and religious customs, then through science, tried to travel to the moon, today through the research of artificial intelligence, which is supposed to finally surpass the human mind. What the future holds for us is, of course, uncertain, but it is certain that a man will persist in his path of spreading awareness and getting to know the world, and discovering worlds that have been unknown to him so far.

Meet the choreographers of the Borderless Triptych and have an inside look at the short studio rehearsals for the choreographic evening "To the Moon and Back."

Michal Rynia and Nastja Bremec Rynia, are creating their own recognizable dance style and body language. Their training methods are based on new ways of body movement and expression. Their work is playing a vital role in the popularisation of dance among all generations and their workshops are moving the borders of various dance styles. The group performs at many international dance festivals and theatres in Slovenia, Austria, The Netherlands, the UK, Germany, Italy, Poland, Croatia, Serbia, Israel, USA … They constantly cooperate with dancers from Italy and many other countries. They have an important role not just on the local level but also broader since they are teaching Master Classes on different international dance workshops around the world, as well as educating young dancers in their annual program.



Luca Signoretti was born in Pesaro, Italy, and began studying dance in his native country before joining Ballet Junior de Genève in 2006. In 2009, he moved to Lucerne and became a dancer with Tanz Luzerner Theater. Following his active dance career, he then turned to choreography. In 2013, He was a finalist in the 27th International Choreographic Competition Hannover, and three years later he received the Pretty Creatives Award from the NorthWest Dance Project in Oregon, USA. Additional accolades followed, including both second place and the Production Award at the 11th Copenhagen International Choreography Competition. In 2019, he was a semi-finalist at the Rotterdam International Duets Choreography Competition (RIDCC). His first short dance film was nominated for the Student Academy Awards in Hollywood in 2020. He completed a master’s degree in choreography at the Zurich University of the Arts and is now the Artistic Director of the new Choreographers in Residence platform. In 2021, he founded the Luca Signoretti Dance Company, which is touring Switzerland as part of Tanzfaktor in 2022. He regularly teaches at Tanzwerk101 and Zurich University of the Arts. Luca has been commissioned to work. for Luzern Theater, Regensburg Theater and National Theater Mannheim.



Francesco Gammino was born in Sicily, he initially studied dance at A. I. D, and subsequently at the Fondazione Nazionale della danza Aterballetto, (Aterballetto Company), where he soon starts working as a dancer for Monica Casadei 's Artemisdanza. He has worked on numerous stage productions of the Arena di Verona such as Aida, the Traviata and the Barber of Seville.  Multi-year experience as a cast member on the Italian and Asian tour of Notre Dame de Paris, and for Mauro Astolfi' s Spellbound Dance Company.  He has collaborated with Michele Merola, for the "Agora' coaching project" where he's asked to create a piece called "Terraferma" , and with Michele Pogliani for "Mp3project", "Carneviva" for "Balletto di Parma"  His work has earned him several awards including Berlin Tanzolymp, Roma Dance Award, Danzasi' and Spoleto International Dance Competition.  He's one of the resident teachers at OMARSLAB in Milan and at Modulo Academy.  Artistic co-director for #140danza d'autore and Moncalvo in danza gala 2019.  He was recently invited by the Yagp Commission to give classes in Mexico and "Monterrey ballet gala" in 2020.  Receives the Critics' Award At the IDC "Spoleto 2021" and as best choreographer at the "Domenico Modugno" award. He creates "CARNEVIVA" for the young "Ballet of Parma" and is a guest choreographer at "Dellatre Dance Company". 



Borderless Triptych, To the Moon and Back ​
Choreographers Michal Rynia, Nastja Bremec Rynia (part 1), Luca Signoretti (part 2), Francesco Gammino (part 3)
Dramaturgical Consultant Ana Kržišnik Blažica
Composer (part 1) Mateja Starič
Cello Player Klemen Hvala
Costume and Special Effect Designers Gorazd Prinčič, Robert Žiković
Light Designer Matjaž Bajc
Sound Designer Stojan Nemec
Video Fabris Šulin
Camera assistant Aljaž Novak
Photo Aljoša Kravanja
Dancers Nastja Bremec Rynia, Denise Camassa, Noemi Capuano, Atara Fink, Eri Nishibara, Clémence Olivier, Michal Rynia, Luka Vodopivec  
Producers Zavod MN Produkcija, Zavod GO! 2025 In cooperation with SNG Nova Gorica   
The performance is part of the EPK GO! 2025' project Borderless Body. Premiere 4 June 2023 at 8 p.m.Reprise 5 June 2023 at 8 p.m.on the big stage of SNG Nova Gorica

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Photos rehearsals by Aljoša Kravanja