Fanny de Chaillé uses different reliefs and choreographs vertigo and imbalance in her new piece, CHUT. Inspired by romantic images and the great figures of burlesque and drawing on the famous work by the German painter Caspar David Friedrich, Wanderer above the Sea of Fog, this new opus questions human fragility. Part of a visual installation by the artist and set designer Nadia Lauro, CHUT also challenges the illusion of theatre in the name of total fidelity to the real and a taste for the literal in things.
Project: Fanny de Chaillé
Performance: Grégoire Monsaingeon
Visual installation: Nadia Lauro
Sound: Manuel Coursin
Co-production with Rencontres chorégraphiques internationales de Seine-Saint-Denis/CND – In-house choreography
Duration: 47 minutes
Updated: March 2016
In parallel to her university research on sound poetry, Fanny de Chaillé has worked with choreographers and directors, including Daniel Larrieu, Rachid Ouramdane, Emmanuelle Huynh, Alain Buffard and Gwenaël Morin. Since 1998 she has created installation (Le Karaokurt, etc.) as well as perfomances (Le Robert, Le Voyage d'hiver, etc.) and pieces of choreography, such as (Ta ta ta, Gonzo Conférence, etc.). As associate artist at the Théâtre de la Cité Internationale for three years (2010-2012), she put on La Bibliothèque, Je suis un metteur en scène japonais and, in collaboration with Philippe Ramette, Passage à L'Acte, as well as Mmeellooddyy Nneellssoonn with Grégoire Monsaingeon. As a guest at the Nouveau festival at the Centre Pompidou in 2013 she put on La Clairière along with the set designer Nadia Lauro. She is currently associate artist at the Scène nationale de Chambéry.
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