i-clit, a performance-manifesto of the body, in the flesh, and in which the sexual object becomes the subject.
A new wave of feminism was born — ultra-connected, ultra-sexualised, and more popular. However, facing the ambivalent power of pop culture, where and how to position oneself in this battle as a young woman? What weapons should be used ? This solo explores the different contemporary feminist trends and movements and their link with pop culture. When can we consider the popularisation of feminism a genuine and accessible social claim rather than a marketing stunt ?
i-clit tracks these moments of fragility, when one oscillates between new forms of oppressions and genuine empowerment.
The piece has received Jo Dekmine 2018 Prize from Théâtre des Doms, and has also been nominated for the journalists Critics’ Prize in the “best contemporary dance performance” category.