Interested in the single, plural and collective body, Sara Sguotti is attracted to all forms of micro collectivity and is a lover of webs of thoughts. Her choreographic practice ranges from research in solitary, intimate spaces to the imaginative beyond. She has collaborated with the Virgilio Sieni Company, the Anton Lachky Company, Damien Jalet, Atelier delle Arti, Simona Bertozzi, Cristina Kristal Rizzo, Nicola Cisternino and Perypezye Urbane, among others. Her personal research began with S.solo (winner of DNA appunti coreografici and the Vetrina Anticorpi 2017). Her other works are S.rituale, Dedica Lontana, S.O.P., IHTBH, CrePa.
A writer, teacher and sound designer, she trained in Italy (bachelor’s degree in philosophy of science, masterclasses in semiotics and communication, music conservatory in trumpet and contemporary music) and France (music conservatory in composition and electroacoustics, master’s degree at the Sorbonne in contemporary languages, internship at Radio France). Since 2015, she has devoted herself to writing novels and short stories with imagery supported by the sound of words and the acoustics of places. She is currently a performer and author of the CrePa project with dancer Sara Sguotti. She is working on a new text, Composizione, based on this encounter and the power of dance.