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Collectif Fearless Rabbits - Rémi Boissy

Between horizontality and verticality, a return to our roots…

A couple moves around in an inverted forest, where various organic and natural materials dangle and droop. From Civilised Man to Man-Machine; Man-Machine to Natural Man…
Rémi Boissy revisits the works of Montaigne, Rousseau, Voltaire, Descartes and more, in a quest to comprehend their disagreements and visions of the world; but also to reflect upon their resonance in this day and age, which may well be stronger than ever. A delicate observation of the constant back-and-forth between natural impulses and social obligations, Wild pokes at the social, educational, economic and physical boundaries, which frame our little weaknesses, moments of doubt, constant struggles, and flashes of petty violence. But it also explores the forgotten organic mechanisms at work (such as the simple act of breathing), those oft-overlooked animal energies… A breath whipped up into a tornado, a vertiginous collapse which defies gravity, a magical, sumptuous, courtship display, a blazingly energetic wave of connection, a raging political body, the construction of a new identity. Between horizontality and verticality, extreme languor and animal urgency, as extremely graphic and precise as it is acrobatic and agile, this is an exploration of the roots of our infinite humanity.

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  • Director: Rémi Boissy
  • Story by: Ronan Chéneau
  • Video: Julie Boissy
  • Stage design, costumes: Vanessa Sannino
  • Lights: Jérémy Chartier
  • Music and sound design: Sylvain Dubun
  • Production/administration: Amandine Bretonnière
  • Promotion: Catherine Siriphoum Chenard
  • Performers: Julie Tavert, Raphaël Billet
  • Production: Fearless Rabbits
  • Co-produced by: L’Odyssée, Scène conventionnée de Périgueux - Institut national des Arts du Mime et du Geste; Groupe Geste(s); Théâtre de Châtillon; La Centrifugeuse
  • With the support of: Accueil studio; Les Subsistances 2015-2016, Lyon; Cie AM/CB; Bel Ordinaire, Espace d’art contemporain de la Communauté d’agglomération Pau-Pyrénées; Cumamovi
  • Special thanks: CND Lyon / Rhône-Alpes
    Emma Dante has been fairy godmother to this shared adventure.
  • Photos credits : Francis Aviet

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  • Place of capture : Le Palace
  • Collection : Mimos 2016