100% POLYESTER, OBJET DANSANT N°55

Christian Rizzo et Caty Olive
01/12/2021 12/02/2022
  • Location : Salle des pieds Légers

Du mardi au samedi, de 14h à 18h & les soirs avant chaque représentation.

Dans le cadre du Festival PAYS DE DANSES

 

Designed by Christian Rizzo and Caty Olive, this exhibition was created in Lisbon in 1999 and has been touring ever since. Caty Olive created the scenography and lighting design, adapted to the architecture of each venue. About this piece without dancers, the French choreographer Christian Rizzo confides that it emerged from his desire to present a dance in which the human body would be absent: “I wanted to make visible an image of dance that a hypnotic moment of contemplation would lead to an imaginary journey and/or a reflection on absence”. The wind in the curtains at nap time, the idea of one’s own phantoms, and Paul Virilio’s book Esthétique de la disparition inspired the choreographer – who is also a musician and clothing designer – for this dance of air and fabric. The exhibition intersects the artist’s three mediums of expression. It emanates a certain confusion.

 

Tarifs

  • Entrée libre
Expositions

Figures, figures, figures

22.09.2023 30.06.2024
Théâtre de Liège
Dance

Dervish

24.08.2024
Salle de la Grande Main
The swirling movements of the famous whirling dervishes modernized by the fervor of Ziya Azazi in a flamboyant show.
Dance

Detours Cyphers 2024

31.08.2024
Parc de la Boverie
An event dedicated to urban dance that sheds light on the city and its artists.
Theater

L'Arbre à clous

22.09.2024 04.10.2024
Salle de l'Œil vert
A votive vigil inspired by an ancient Walloon tradition still alive today, which reactivates the powers of our imaginations.
Theater

Le Garage inventé

22.09.2024 28.09.2024
Salle de la Grande Main
Blending theatre and film, Claude Schmitz's Le Garage inventé is a total spectacle.
Theater

Merveille

02.10.2024 04.10.2024
La Cité Miroir
The journey of an infinitely courageous woman, ready to face all dangers to protect her child and save herself.