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Reminiscent of a canvas by the medieval painter Hieronymus Bosch, four women sit lined up at a table fixed in place like marionettes by their elaborately braided plaits which are adorned with apples and leaves. Through an exploration of medieval images, trivial ditties and grotesque paintings, ›Muyte Maker‹ celebrates disobedient and irrational bodies. Taking femininity as a potential in constant metamorphosis, choreographer Flora Détraz examines joy as a physical and existential statement; joy as desire and creativity; as a physical distortion, contradiction or a state transcending morality.
Infused with humour and wonder, the four women sing copiously, laugh polyphonically, dance blindly and engage in cacophonous dialogue in an attempt to embrace the complexity of their own nature.
In the frame of REMIX - A festival for spring
Concept Flora Détraz Performance Mathilde Bonicel, Inês Campos, Flora Détraz, Agnès Potié Set, costumes Camille Lacroix Light design Arthur Gueydan (wechselnd mit Eduardo Abdala) Sound design Guillaume Vesin (wechselnd mit Estelle Gotteland) Artistic collaboration Anaïs Dumaine Production PLI Co-production Centre Chorégraphique National de Caen en Normandie (Caen), Ramdam-un centre d'art (Sainte-Foy-lès-Lyon), Relais culturel des Pays de Falaise, La place de la danse CDCN (Toulouse), Le réseau des Petites Scènes Ouvertes, Alkantara Festival (Lissabon), within the framework of [DNA] Departures and Arrivals funded by the Creative Europe Program of the European Commission
Support Région Normandie, DRAC Normandie