• 21—23.03.2024 22:00
Studio, 20’

Anne-Cécile Chane-Tune transforms choreography into a living painting, where bodies confront materials. Using a graphite tip, she draws indecisive curves on a “canvas table”. She steps away from it, then returns to it, moving around it, shoving it, endorsing it. Body and object seem to magnetise. Plastic art becomes an extension of the movement.

This solo invites the audience to be guided by their own perceptions and to step into a moving, poetic landscape, steeped in humour. It questions the common roots of our ancestors and the converging movement between humanity and plant life.

In this poetic, pagan ritual, the choreographer melds with her environment in a free, inspired energy.

Con­cept, choreg­ra­phy, performance :
Anne-Cécile Chane-Tune
Artis­tic assis­tant, visu­al artist :
Zoé Joar­lette
Stage man­age­ment :
Clément Papin
Sound direc­tor :
Sophie Berg­er
Light design :
Frédéric Nicaise
Cos­tumes :
Line De Munnynck
Pro­duc­tion manager :
Emmanuel De Candido
Out­side eye :
Bob Ver­schueren
Co-pro­duc­tion :
Théâtre Marni, Mai­son des Cul­tures de Molen­beek, Pierre de Lune
Sup­port­ed by :
Fédération Wal­lonie-Brux­elles — Ser­vice de la danse, Stu­dios de Vire­court, Charleroi danse — Cen­tre Chorégraphique de la Fédération Wal­lonie-Brux­elles, La Cité des Arts et Léspas de l’Île de la Réunion, Sum­mit Fes­ti­val, Scie Fes­ti­val, Hybrid StudioS
Del­e­gat­ed pro­duc­tion sup­port­ed by :
Com­pag­nie MAPS
Pic­tures :
Lionel Devuyst,