• 25.08.2021 20:30
Chapel, 50’

Belgian premiere


Meet the artists after the show on 25.08

A recurring gesture permeates the performances of the Catalan choreographer: the act of striking, of hammering. In R-A-U-X-A, she pushes this obsession to its limits on her own whilst probing what this gesture encompasses in terms of symbolism, ancient memory, or archaic recurrences... Very quickly, spectators are transported beyond what they see: the movement opens up sensory dimensions and resonates with invisible forces.

Aina Alegre’s precise and fusional interaction with light, space and sound, her intriguing presence and the framed wildness of her movement causes the air around her to vibrate. Pushing, bowing, suspended halts, fluidity, rhythm, we are taken into an organic, architectural and engaging journey that is an invitation to travel.

Concept, choreography, performance :
Aina Alegre
Live music :
Josep Tutusaus
Lighting :
Jan Fedinger
Space design :
James Brandily
Costumes :
Andrea Otin
Artistic and dramaturgical advice :
Quim Bigas
Technical direction and sound :
Guillaume Olmeta
Lighting direction takeover :
Leslie Horowitz
Sound direction takeover :
Nicolas Martz
Advice on movement :
Elsa Dumonte, Mathieu Burner
Direction intern :
Capucine Intrup
Production, distribution :
Claire Nollez
International distribution :
Vicenç Mayans, Palosanto projects
Production assistants :
Aniol Busquets, Laura Maldonado
Production :
Studio Fictif
Project benefiting from a residency at :
"La Fabrique Chaillot" - Chaillot - Théâtre national de la Danse (Paris), Atelier de Paris CDCN, Chorège | CDCN Falaise Normandie
as part of the "accueil studio" project :
Centre Chorégraphique National d'Orléans - direction Maud le Pladec, NEXT Festival, La rose des vents Scène nationale Lille Métropole Villeneuve d'Ascq
With the support of :
DRAC Île-de-France
Support and residency :
el Graner, centre de creació de dansa i arts vives, Barcelone, La Place de la Danse - CDCN Toulouse/Occitanie, Tanzhaus Zürich, Mercat de les Flors, Barcelone
Pictures :
Jan Fedinger