Lara Russo

She studied and worked in Barcelona and then in Berlin in the years 2000/2010. In 2011, returning to Italy, she began a dance research as a choreographer thanks to the IFA Academy at Inteatro.
In 2013 she won the G’da prize for young Italian choreographers, with the show Allumin-io in which she began the search for the subject in relation to the body. In the same period she assisted the choreographer Virgilio Sieni at the Venice Biennale for projects with the Agorá and Madre e Figli community.
In 2014, with the show Legame she won the public prize at the Danze Oriente Occidente festival in Rovereto. In 2015 she won the Dna Appunti Choreographic award at the Romaeuropa festival with the piece Ra-me which allows to deepen her research with the material, making his debut at the 2016 Venice Biennale. In line with the research with materials, thanks to the New Trajectories path of the Anticorpi network, the show Papelao develops an interaction between a performer and cardboard sculptures.
Since 2011 she has been a member of the A.F.I professional dance school led by Brigel Gjoka as a teacher of improvisation and composition. Since 2013 he has organized a tango event in Bologna, the Milonga Bruja.