Augusto Corrieri is a performance maker and writer. His focus is on the intersection between different ecologies, time-scales and species of spaces. After a BA in Theatre at Dartington College of Arts (UK), Corrieri made several works for theatres and galleries in European art centres, including Madrid’s Casa Encendida, Vienna’s Tanzquartier, London's Camden Arts Centre, Brighton’s Nightingale Theatre, and others. His first book is “In Place of a Show: what happens inside theatres when nothing is happening” (Bloomsbury). His texts and essays on performance and art are published in books and journals. During a 2014 residency at Edinburgh's Rhubaba Gallery he developed the pseudonym Vincent Gambini, under which he is currently presenting two critically acclaimed solo performances that feature sleight-of-hand magic (Corrieri’s teen obsession). He lectures in Theatre & Performance at University of Sussex.
As of February 2019