What is a collective body? This is the question which governs our creation and revolves around each of its scenes. A mass of circus artists who, by decision, have come together. They live and breathe in the present moment, emanating that which is most pure in their bodies. To be collective is to be in motion, it is to be in turmoil. It is to vibrate through a multitude of colours in which each and every individual finds their own internal rhythm, as do the cells of the human organism.
Production Soif Totale | Direction Micha Goldberg | Original soundtracks Lucas Pierredon | Sound technique Victor Petit | Lighting creation + technique Valentin Boucq | Costumes Laila Umeko | Administration + production Zoé Gravez | Diffusion Louison Chartrain | Coproduction Latitude 50 – Pôle arts du cirque et de la rue, UP – Circus & Performing Arts, Centre des Arts Scéniques | With the support of Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles, Wallonie Bruxelles Théâtre et Danse | Accompanied by École Supérieure des Arts du Cirque, Halles de Schaerbeeck | Performed by Nacho Aparicio, Carlos Barquero, Helena Berger, Julian Blum, Beatriz Duarte, Sofía Enríquez Martínez, Andrea González, Elise Martin, Mia Mattenklott, Ana Julia Moro, Ruben Olave, Hugo Pernel, Lucas Pierredon, Abdiel Ramos, Alix Schils, Laila Umeko, Marco Solís
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“The piece you are going to discover is a performance, a mixture of processes from the darkest to the most brilliant of that which flows from the spirit of collective work. You will be guided through dark corridors and twisted corners where roles are freed from all archetypes.
C’est une manifestation physique, de la même manière que la vapeur d’une eau en pleine ébullition qui doit trouver à It is a physical manifestation, in the same way as the steam from boiling water must find its escape by any means possible. Accompanied by techno melodies of the 2010s, isn’t this the best way to let go? It is at this fleeting instant that you will perceive the power which emanates from a group – the collective.“
Micha Goldberg (director)