Marinella Senatore conceives artistic action as a form of resistance and as a social practice aimed at building a sense of citizenship, opening spaces for critical reflection.
Her work focuses on the themes of citizenship and social quality of life, in the belief that art can generate awareness in the dialectic between individuals and society. To this end, the artist exploits the centrality of both the individual and collective role.
Her practice revolves around performances that, by using music, dance and other forms of physical expression offering a strong sense of sharing, vitality, inclusion and emancipation, tend to transform places, mostly public, into platforms on which participants can experience the energy of being together.
- 11 March 2020