MariaGiulia Serantoni’s work focuses on the relationship between sound and the body. Vibrations, reverberations, crescendos and frequencies are key words for her work, unravelled in an exploration of voice, movement and narratives. Listening and resonating with others are the perceptive parameters for establishing energetic modulations through which to find breaches and leaks; points of support for the elaboration of visions that suggest different ways of inhabiting the common and intimate space, and help to build new architectures for living in society.
She holds a Master degree in choreography and research at the Master Exerce (2020- 2022) at ICI- CCN in Montpellier, directed by the choreographer Christian Rizzo, in partnership with the University Paul Valery of Montpellier. “Eutropia”, produced by Fattoria Vittadini, Next- Regione Lombardia, MilanOltre and Dancehaus Più is presented at MilanOltre Festival 2019.It is nominated for the award “Equilibrio” 2018 at Parco della Musica Rome. Underground Memoirs” receives the award “Vivo d’arte 2019” promoted by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ministry of Culture in collaboration with Fondazione Romaeuropa Festival. “Short Stories” a co-choreography with Maria Focaraccio is presented at “Vetrina della giovane danza d'autore” 2019, Ravenna. DIA-Rhythmic Fantasies” is presented at La Democrazia del Corpo Festival, 2020. The project is supported by Cango Caniteri Goldonetta and Migramenti, Florence. In 2019 she collaborates with playwright Kate McDowell for “Eve On Tour” at the Sydney Fringe Festival after several residencies between Sydney and New South Wales. The show is supported by NORPA, The Quad, Legs On the Wall and Fattoria Vittadini.Diagonals and Other Love Stories”, the second phase of the Australian project, is presented at Think Pink Festival, Milan, FIND Festival, Cagliari and Ten Teatro Eliseo, Nuoro. In 2021 she wins Movin'Up Italian scholarship for advanced education abroad and in 2018 she receives „Einstiegsförderung" from Berliner Senat.In 2019 she is selected for the workshop "Yes to the wind" with the choreographer Meg Stuart and participates at "The Unbuilt School of Architecture" led by Jozef Wouters for Kunstenfestivaldesarts, Brussels. In 2018 she follows P.O.R.C.H. curriculum at Ponderosa, Stolzenhagen, Germany. In 2009 she co-founds the company Fattoria Vittadini, Milan, with which she still collaborates for specific projects. In 2018 Fattoria Vittadini wins the award "Hystrio/ Corpo-a-corpo". Graduated in 2009 at Paolo Grassi School of Drama, Milan, she continues her training at Modem Atelier (2010), directed by Roberto Zappalà, Catania.