PUCIE is a creation for three dancers that aims at showing femininity in all its beauty and original eroticism. A choreographic research close to a plastic work, it depicts the shamelessness of woman’s nature, unveiling an abundance of flesh, fluids and of the most essential desires.
PUCIE proposes a sarcastic overview of the problematic issue of gender equality. While the telluric relationship constantly calls bodies to the earth – the nourishing earth, our common mother – it’s time to reveal the systematic nature of things and question our status as woman-mother.
Concept & Choreography : Julie Botet & Mélanie Favre
Dance : Julie Botet - Lora Cabourg - Mélanie Favre
Music : Nicolas Tarridec (avec la participation de Juliette Macquet)
« Every woman carries within her a natural strength rich in creative gifts, good instincts and immemorial knowledge. [...] But the Wild Woman, like wild nature, is a victim of civilization. Society and culture track her, capture her, muzzle her, so as to place her into the reductive mould of assigned roles and prevent her from hearing the generous voice of her deep soul.» Clarissa Pinkola Estés