The look of the science. Watching and being watched. The artificial and natural world looks into each other. A lab with some scientist, and the body of a woman analyzed by strange machines. The scientists are checking the brain (the dream? The thoughts?) of this body, meeting the double of her, who’s dancing inside an amniotic ambient made by images. The experiment will give an unexpected result, the combination of science and dreams.

Alessandro Amaducci was born in Torino (Italy) in 1967. He worked with the Archimedes Centre of Visual Arts (a cultural center of a District in Torino), were he held workshops on video, with the National Film Archives of Resistance (Torino), where he realized documentaries about the Second World War, the Resistance, about workers struggle and other subjects relevant to the activity of the Archive, and with Theater Juvarra in Torino in the realization of multimedia shows and video performances. He is also a professor of video language and practice at DAMS, University of Torino. He wrote several books about video art; video technics and aesthetics of electronic arts. Since 1989 he realizes experimental videos, music videos, video installations, multimedia shows, and video scenography for dance performances.