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Room with a view

Room with a view

Room with a view (captation)

In just a few albums, Rone has secured his place as one of the  most influential French producers around, putting some of his own soul  into electro. He is now adding another dimension to his career with the  creation of the show Room with a View and his eponymous fifth  album. Having been invited by the Théâtre du Châtelet for a carte  blanche, he was keen to work with (LA)HORDE and consequently with the  twenty dancers of the Ballet National de Marseille.

In a marble quarry, various machines are in action, cutting and  polishing the rock. In this otherworldly place and behind his machines,  Rone sculpts sweeping electronic and emotional landscapes that he offers  to a group of dancers.

While sculptors worked with marble to “free the human form inside the  block” (Michelangelo), the performers dance to escape the stones’ white  immobility, rising up to scrutinise the infinitely human contours of  impending disaster and envisaging the very possibility of its beauty.

(LA)HORDE continues to explore forms of protest and rebellion through dance. Room with a View  is a blank page, a space devised as a naturalist white cube in which  sounds, bodies and images can be inscribed to reflect on the shifting  place of humanity. For Rone it provides the opportunity required for a  new album, a unique performance in which the cries of his machines  resonate, inviting us to break away and trace vanishing lines towards  songs that exist far beyond mankind itself.

Debrouwer, Jonathan

Brutti, Marine

Harel, Arthur


Rone

 Rone, whose real name is Erwan Castex, born in Boulogne-Billancourt, is a French electronic musician. In just a few records, Rone has established himself as a major figure in the French electronic scene. Eager for encounters and artistic experiences, he married his beats with the imaginaries of novelists (Alain Damasio), choreographers (La Horde), classical composers (Benjamin Britten) and film directors (Frédéric Farrucci).

Source: Auditorium de Lyon

Carré, Josselin

Réalisateur, depuis une quinzaine d’années, de documentaires et de captations de spectacles vivants, Josselin Carré  gravite principalement dans le milieu du jazz, ses musiques connexes  ainsi que la danse contemporaine. En 2005, il tourne son premier  documentaire au Théâtre de la Cité Internationale à l’occasion  d’ateliers chorégraphiques “Danse et architecture” et son premier court-métrage de fiction Monsieur et Madame Mezieres ou les volutes du temps.  Depuis 2006, il s’associe à de nombreux artistes, festivals, labels,  sites internet pour tourner des formats courts (Cinedans, Julidans,  Citizen Jazz, Centre Pompidou …).

En 2010, il participe à la série de documentaire Jazzlive initiée par Oléo films. En 2014, il termine son portrait intimiste “Médo(S)” sur le musicien Médéric Collignon, sélectionné dans de nombreux festivals.

Josselin Carré a filmé de nombreux artistes dans des festivals et  théâtres nationaux : Jazz in marciac, Sons d’hiver, Au fil des voix,  Jazzdor, D’jazz Nevers, Festival Banlieues Bleues, The brain festival,  Jazz Day initié par l’UNESCO, Danse Elargie, Théâtre de la ville,  Théâtre de la Cité Internationale, Palais de Chaillot… Ses films sont  diffusés principalement sur Mezzo, Arte Concert, Culture box, Arte.tv,  TVM, TV SUD.

Il travaille principalement avec les sociétés de productions Oléo  films, La Huit, Les canards sauvages, 24 images, Bocalupo Films,  Readymade factory


En savoir plus : josselincarre.com

Pornon, Célidja

Ballet national de Marseille

Back in 1972, Roland Petit created the Ballets de Marseille. Having lost  its -s, the Ballet has become a Centre Chorégraphique National in 1984  wille  be run by the collective (LA)HORDE. 

The creation and  dissemination of shows by the Ballet and guest artists are at the heart  of what it does. Very much rooted in our time, curious about and open to  the world, the BNM is also a prestigious part of Marseille’s cultural  heritage, close to Parc Borély.

Source: BNM

En savoir plus: www.ballet-de-marseille.com/en

(La)Horde

(LA) HORDE is a collective of three artists: Marine Brutti, Jonathan Debrouwer and Arthur Harel. They work on choreographic creation. Dance is at the heart of their project,they develop choreographic pieces, films, video installations and performances.

Source: (La)Horde

More information: https://www.collectiflahorde.com

Room with a view (captation)

Artistic direction / Conception : RONE et (LA)HORDE

Choreography : (LA)HORDE

Interpretation : Avec les danseur.se.s du Ballet national de Marseille

Stage direction : (LA)HORDE

Set design : Julien Peissel

Original music : RONE

Lights : Eric Wurtz

Costumes : Salomé Pouloudenny

Other collaborations : Hair direction : Charlie Lemindu

Production / Coproduction of the choreographic work : Une commande du Théâtre du Châtelet, en accord avec Décibels Production et Infiné Coproduction Théâtre du Châtelet, Ballet national de Marseille, Grand Théâtre de Provence

Production / Coproduction of the video work : La Blogothèque avec la participation de France télévisions, Direction de la culture et des spectacles vivants, Théâtre du Châtelet, CNC

Duration : 1h06

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