As part of an art project, we had the opportunity to express ourselves towards Rodin's work and atmosphere.
Russel Maliphant, an English choreographer chooses that thematic for his own show, and includes few art schools from Paris and London who are setting up in collaboration another show with the students.
Compound by four architecture students, our team decides to treat about the static position, the tension between the emptiness and fullness of the body, in which the moving light is diving into, as a flow, and to make this the centre of this show scenography.
Various positions are chosen via diverse bodies.
The rhythmic, the sequence and the strengh of the project are guided by “Machine Gun” by Portishead.
We project silhouettes by different angles, and try to bring a third dimension via this triptych, to appreciate a static volume but mainly image of the living.
First presented at the Théâtre National de Chaillot, the Londoners in charge of the choreography will use later on this triptych, projecting it on three wall faces, at the Sadler's Wells Theatre, giving us then the opportunity to go working with them in England.
Stops on images projected


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