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Mobile Thresholds: site-specific choreography and interior architecture at Palazzo Orsini
26 and 27 July 2014 Palazzo Orsini, Bomarzo (Viterbo), Italy.

'Mobile Thresholds': site-specific choreography and interior architecture at Palazzo Orsini

Palazzo Orsini, Bomarzo (Viterbo), Italy
Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th July 2014

Amritt Flora, Lecturer in Interior Architecture and Design, collaborated with Angela Woodhouse and Alessandra Lustrati to produce the show “Mobile Thresholds”, a contemporary exploration of site-specific choreography and interior architecture. Bodies in movement and architectural installations interact and converse with the historical spaces of the Palazzo Orsini in Bomarzo.

This event is the result of an interdisciplinary collaboration between the Bomarzo town council, the School of Art and Design - BA Interiors and School of Media and Performing Arts - BA Dance, Middlesex University of London.

The 25 most qualified students across both courses and across all years received a boursary for a week’s workshop and public show in a Renaissance Palace in Italy.

Outcomes from the project, which is likely to continue past its first edition, include research into collaborative practice across disciplines at BA level and an extensive presentation at the Bodies+Space Conference at Middlesex University (18th and 19th September 2014).