Claudio Malangone founded Borderline Danza in 1998.
Since 2000 the Ministry of Culture and the Campania Region has supported the company’s productions.
Borderline Danza presents about 30 shows each year in Italy, in international festivals and events all around Europe.
The choreographic development of the form and its concepts are influenced by the study of the human mind and it’s neurobiological process: the illness, the feelings, the fears, the sex, everything that makes a person a human being is developing in unstable balances between brightness and darkness, movement and quiet, sound and silence, presence and absence.
Video, music, body and voice, are all parts of the choreographic work, in order to give sense and therefore meaning to the performance.
The Company has its venue in the Centro Sociale in Salerno, in which cultural events and performances are organized.
Since 2010 Borderline Danza has been a part of Altri Orizzonti, a project and a platform for contemporary art in Campania, South Italy, and promoter of Dialoghi di Ra.I.D, an event with partners from different Italian regions, and international partners from Greece, Spain, Armenia and Japan.