Bonheur Intérieur Brut is a concept borrowed from Théodore Monod, derived from his work « Entre terre et Ciel ». In it, Théodore Monod reflects on that invisible treasure which resides within people – happiness – and how we can redefine our notions of wealth without resorting to quantitative measurements or financial comparisons. Bonheur Intérieur Brut is particularly fascinated by the connections that bind us all together, from the most intimate ties to the biggest collective links.
BIB is a collective because of its members commitment to collective creativity, not in an idealised sense but in the strictly pragmatic sense of creating something new with the materials and artists at hand.
Collectif BIB reinvents its artistic identity with each new show, although the group’s political sensibility is a common thread running through all of their performances. The relationship between the audience and the performer is one of the fundamental fascinations of BIB.
Thus far, the company has favoured a relationship of proximity established through fixed forms.
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