Silvia Marazzi, Italian performer and choreographer based in Brussels.
Her artistic reflection is about human interference with the processes of perception, nature, communities, identity, borders.

Silvia graduated in Contemporary Dance at DanceHaus Academy and in Cultural Heritage Conservation at Università degli Studi di Milano. Subsequently, she integrated her formation with several masterclasses and internships in Berlin, Amsterdam, Montreal, Belgium and Tallinn (Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch, DV8, Olivier de Sagazan, La Pocha Nostra, Ephia Djalma, Mart Kangro, Peter Jasko, Troubleyn Jan Fabre, Marie Chouinard, Tero Saarinen, Gaga movement, Hofesh Shechter, Ultima Vez..)
Silvia began her career as an independent artist in Milan and contributed to several European festivals (Turkey, Lithuania, Georgia..). In 2017 after performing as a dancer in “Rizoma-after the end” by Sharon Fridman, she left for Montréal where she collaborated with renowned choreographers and for various independent artistic projects between Montreal, Ottawa and New York.
In 2018 she moved to Antverp and lately to Brussel where she worked as a freelance dancer and in 2020 she co-founded the collective Koròs with Rachele Gusella and Elana Rillh with the performance ‘If my body could speak’. That same year, Silvia became an artist recognized by the Wallonia-Brussels Federation.
In August 2022, Silvia integrated CPPM program for 4 months at EMTA in Tallin. Strengthened by this experience, which led to the creation of the interdisciplinary solo NOT ENOUGH TO SEE, she returned to Brussels to establish her company and develop her artistic universe.
Researching around community, relationship, dialogue, perception and sensation in the bodily expression, her personal work, intimate and interactive is characterized by the hybridity between movement experimentation, visual art, language, poetry, technology and theory with the intention to create temporary communities and a new relationship between audience and performer.