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29 May



France
 Wednesday, May 29, 2013 at 7:30pm & 10pm 
Chantier 2014-2018
IRCAM/Centre Pompidou-Grande salle-Paris

France

Tickets: 10 Euros
Stage Design, Director François Verret
Graham F. Valentine actor-singer
Jean-Pierre Drouet percussions and voice
Martin Schütz electric cello
Charline Grand, Jean-Christophe Paré actors-dancers
Video Claire Roygnan
Lighting Raphael de Rosa
IRCAM Computer Music Design Grégory Beller

François Verret will begin his vast 5-year project "Chantier 2014-2018" at IRCAM, passing through Paris, Grenoble, and Edinburgh. Chantier 2014-2018 combines sound fragments and vocal trenches, acoustic and optical landscapes, visual haikus, and the utterances of a ventriloquist. An on-the-fly assembly of tableaux vivants inspired by the hallucinations of those who come back from the battlefield, haunted by the ghosts of History; time is sometimes paused to show us the true nature of a still life. Chantier 2014-2018 is written like an improvised and premeditated journal, intermittent and collective. A crucial movement or the unique way the space has been arranged undermines the masterful authority of speech, of fiction, or of a date.
How does one expose an event, be it trivial or historical, sifting through uncertain, fading, outrageous memories? In his "pre-posthumous works", Robert Musil describes the agony of a fly caught in Tanglefoot, the threat of a flying arrow, a buzzing of iron in the southern Tyrol sky above the lines of combat. A horrifying feeling of foreboding mixed with an unexpected happiness.
Constantly on the lookout for these moments of shock, François Verret, as a playwright, engages a group of close artists-actors, dancers, musicians, and video artists-simultaneously in his research lab.
Where to start? In the very environment of the front lines.


François Verret : Chantier

29 May



France
 Wednesday, May 29, 2013 at 9pm 
The Pyre
IRCAM/Centre Pompidou-Grande salle-Paris

France

Tickets: 10 Euros
Conception, Direction, Choreography and Scenography Gisèle Vienne
Musical Creation, Performance, and Live Broadcasting KTL [Stephen O'Malley et Peter Rehberg]
Text Dennis Cooper
Lighting Patrick Riou
Costumes José Enrique Ona Selfa
Video Creation Robin Kobrynski
Set Design/Leds Designgroup Professional GmbH, LED Lightdesign
Other Set Design Espace et cie
Created in collaboration with and perormed by Anja Röttgerkamp alternating with Rose Mousselet, Lounès Pezet, Léon Rubbens and Kamiel Van Looy
Artistic Collaboration Anne Mousselet
Technical Collaboration carried out by the team from the Opéra de Lille
IRCAM Computer Music Design Manuel Poletti, Thomas Goepfer
Conception of 3D Plans Rémi Brabis
Scenography Assistance Marc Le Hingrat

Gisèle Vienne - choreographer, artist, and puppeteer - has created a world marked by terror and trouble, the lively mixed with inertia, and perception trapped by hyperrealism. Her new creation, The Pyre condenses abstract, figurative, and narrative writing and pushes the intense relationship between Gisèle Vienne and the text by Dennis Cooper to its limits. Vienne and Cooper have worked together since 2004. A dancer and a boy, totally mute, evolve in a luminous installation reminiscent of contemporary urban lighting - the city, the club.


Gisèle Vienne : The Pyre

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