21/11/2017 - 25/11/2017

With Thérians, a solo for two dancers, Louise Vanneste and her collaborators put spectators in front of two tangible elements: a photography as scenography and source of light, the voice at the heart of an electro-organic soundtrack, the solo structure where one dancer replaces another, subtly; structure borrowed from Orlando, a novel by Virginia Woolf during which the main character abruptly switches from one gender to another.

Playing with notions of apparition, disappearance and representations, Thérians relies on the silence of presences with an economy of means and challenges the spectator’s sensorial and perceptive experience.

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