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Pas touche terre

Numeridanse.tv 2001

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Pas touche terre

Numeridanse.tv 2001

Present in collection(s): Numeridanse.tv

en fr

Pas touche terre

An acrobatic duet composed of Rémy Balagué and Babeth Gros. Between some excerpts of the show, they entrust the artistic intensions of their approach related to the force of the gesture. The musicians approach the relationship to build between their interventions and the duo.


Source: CNAC

Vent d'Autan

Since  1995 Vent d'Autan has perfected the hand-to-hand technique and  developed brilliantly and finely a non-verbal acrobatic theater.
She  works to break down the aesthetic barriers behind which the artist and  the spectator can protect themselves and put themselves out of reach.
She chooses to develop an artistic line based on a distorted, distorted acrobatics.
To  distort is this: to forget completely and the form and virtuosity that  condition it, to focus the attention of the viewer on the substance,  that is to say, on the drama that is tied. The  challenge for the viewer is not to know if they will succeed their  prowess but to take sides in the conflict between the characters.
From initiation to virtuosity, acrobatics comes in all its facets, and the company adopts it as a language in its own right. Refusing  the notion of academic perfection of the gesture that is yet the basis  of acrobatics, she works to a total mastery of it to allow spectators to  forget its logic against the circus; it  is then no longer a question of strength, of feat or performance but of  development of a dramatic statement based on emotions rooted deep  within us.

Source: CNAC

Pas touche terre

Interpretation : Rémy BALAGUÉ, Babeth GROS

Stage direction : Christian COUMIN

Original music : Guillaume HAZEBROUCK

Costumes : Emmanuelle GROBET

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