3 DU TROIS MAI | BIG BANG

Mandatory reservation
© David Leborgne

Big Bang – COGNITIVE OVERLOAD

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The Cognitive Overload company works on abstraction and its sharing in an artistic process that articulates creation, research and transmission.

With Big Bang, we are invited to see our relationship to time and space in a new light. The fundamental aspects of reality are questioned, and the body is considered as a moving and thinking matter. Indeed, through costume and composition work, the piece seeks to transform the perception of the body and invites the audience to consider the choreography and the bodies that carry it as a set of lines and moving points in space-time.

A form of fractal dance emerges from a superposition of sounds and textures, giving a hypnotic form to the creation.

Performers : Constance Diart and Lucas Bassereau | Sound creation : Nicolas Canot | Costumes : Jeanne Seve

 

Dramaturgies of Heat – LOTTA SUOMI & HELI KESKIKALLIO

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A residency exchange with Jojo – Oulu Dance Centre, located in Finland, will enrich the evening with a performance by Lotta Suomi and Heli Keskikallio. Performers and choreographers, their work focuses on the sensoriality, sensitivity and expressiveness of the body to understand the different interconnected phenomena of the world.

The piece Dramaturgies of Heat is thus articulated around the bodily experience of skin and touch. The skin, this sensory organ that goes through a constantly evolving process, enables and controls our beings in the world under certain limits and conditions. Our constant adaptation to heat is a form of choreography of being and construction of the dramaturgies of life. The corporeality and embodiment of these conscious and unconscious dramaturgies, also poetic, are at the heart of a choreographic firework display.

 

Perspectives of Vanda Dos Santos — VANDA DOS SANTOS

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Perspectives of Vanda Dos Santos invites us to (re)discover the universe of the dancer and choreographer William Cardoso through a series of photographs by Vanda Dos Santos. The photographs complement the young dancer’s pieces Raum and Dear Mum, we enter into the photographer’s gaze, which presents us with works charged with a gripping symbolic force.