Vacuum
Rating
0/0

Date:

Kedd
19:30 - 20:30
Kedd
21:00 - 22:01
Venue: Nemzeti Táncszínház − Kisterem
Performer: Cie Philippe Saire
 

Vacuum

Cie Philippe Saire

Vacuum generates impossible images and fantastic paintings, an interplay of bodies appearing and disappearing between black holes and dazzling lights.
This duo is the third part in a series of performances called Dispositifs (‘stage devices’), in convergence with visual arts. Vacuum explores a new aspect of our sensory perception through an optical illusion created with two neon tubes. Saire explores further the visual perception of movement. The result is lyrical and inspiring, as it moves forward through the history of art, from Renaissance paintings to photographic development.

Concept and choreography
Philippe Saire
Choreography in collaboration with dancers
Philippe Chosson, Pep Garrigues
Dancers on tour
Philippe Chosson, Gyula Cserepes, Pep Garrigues, Lazare Huet
Stage device realisation
Léo Piccirelli
Sound design
Stéphane Vecchione
Technical director
Vincent Scalbert
Construction coordinator
Antoine Friderici
Construction
Cédric Berthoud
Stage management
Bastien Aubert, Mickaël Henrotay Delaunay, Vincent Scalbert
Production assistant
Constance von Braun
Video recording & teaser
Pierre-Yves Borgeaud
Photography & graphic design
Philippe Weissbrodt
Music
What Power Art Thou, drawn from Henry Purcell’s King Arthur, performed by Fink and the Concertgebouw Orchestra, Ninja Tune, 2013

Cooperation: Théâtre National de Chaillot (Paris), La Bâtie-Festival de Genève

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