Franck II Louise writes a play around freedom. First locked up, imprisoned in costumes as rigid as they are restrictive for movement, cast in a reality of clones, the dancers show us little by little the reconquest of their freedom.
Source: Yoann Tivoli
Louise, Franck II
Born in Saint-Denis (Seine St Denis) in 1966, Frank Begue known as Frank2Louise is a self-taught choreographer and composer of Franco-Spanish origin. Since his emergence into the French choreographic landscape in 1983 alongside Sydney (H.i.p-H.o.p TF1), he has focused his work and research on the "musicality of movement", transmitting dance with a view to investing in theaters to achieve the transition from the “street” to the stage from the beginning of the 90s and thus making this popular culture gain its nobility.
Source: Opéra national de Bordeaux
Born in 1973, he lives and works in Pantin.
Visual artist, Mathieu Bouvier is a plastician, a videast, a photographer, a scenograph and an independant researcher.. Diplomed from the Saint Etienne art school and the Lyon art school, from the Le Fresnoy studio and the Tourocing SNAC. Some of his works have been shown in public art centers ans others in private space for an individual audience. As a videast, scenographist and dramatist he is close from contemporary danse. He is leading practical theoretical researches through workshops conducted with choreographers on the notion of « figures » or how to convert signs between body, image and language.
Source: Mathieu Bouvier 's website
More information : mathieu.mathieu.free.fr
Choreography : Frank II Louise
Interpretation : Cie Frank II Louise
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