3rd road, Exit 55 revolves around the intricate relationship with individuals and the concrete space we occupy. The concept unfolds as a journey through the spaces we inhabit, our connection with places and the challenges preconceived notions of their meaning. The performance aims to evoke emotions and insights, inviting to question the conventional criteria that define a places significance and to appreciate the intricate interplay between individuals and their surroundings.
Finally, delves into prompting reflection on whether we've ever entered and lived in a place purely for its existence.
A u r o r a B r o c c h i is a dancer and multidisciplinary artist based in Germany. She began her career in dance after graduating from the Contemporary School of Hamburg CDSH in 2021. She has been exploring multidisciplinary arts by creating art works, choreographies and installations which combine those. Aurora recently realized her book “If flowers would not wither”: a book of poetry that talks about changes, life, death, healing processes, movement’s connections and shared spaces. She works with the "Current Dance Collective" in Hamburg, with which she performed three productions “Gorgeousness and Gorgeosity made flesh”, “Rave New World” and “The End Is Important In All Things”. Furthermore, she performed a durational piece, Life on the Planet Orsinamnirana in the Museum of Künste und Gewerbe in Hamburg, first working with the choreographer Ursina Tossi and later on with Jersey Seymour and The Dirty Art Department. In 2023/2024 she worked at the City Theatre in Oldenburg in the Opera production “Die Tote Stadt”. Aurora performed her own pieces “A door to a place I have never seen” in Berlin at GlogauAir Residency, “If flowers would not wither” in Budapest at School of Disobedience and in Shoonya Center for Art and Somatic Practices in Bangalore, India. In addition to that she has worked with the choreographers Yolanda Morales, Abhilash Ningappa, Anand Dhanakoti. “I dance, move, create, paint, write and wonder. I see life through art or the other way around. I’m interested in people, in human bodies and minds, the physical space they occupy and the way those influences each other. I work with images, words, and sensations. I explore and observe my own healing process
through movement and body’s connections. I trust vulnerability, and I think sharing is the most enriching thing that we can experience.”