The audiovisual dance performance refers to the experimental cinema and dance of the twenties, examining the notion of bodyspace in relation to machines and the resulting aesthetics.
The performance is based on the complete reduction of space and body: on one hand, four centered transparent projection screens, disposed in folded windscreen setting, are encapsulating a minimal construct of space, on the other hand the visibility of the two dancers are reduced to glowing lines, emitted by their light costumes, outlining their body articulations by the means of long light sticks. Furthermore the traditional scenic frontal setting is abandoned in profit of a fluid space in which the lines of the dancers dancers crreate an abstract play of vectors in space.
LAb[au]: concept realisation
Wolf Ka, Res Publica: choreography
Marc Wathieu: sound
Marianne Decamps: dance
Claudia Miazzo: dance
in co-production with:
Le Carré des Jalles / Medias-Cité
with the support of:
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