Choreography Julien Carlier Dancers Mathilde Lin, Jules Rozenwajn
Music Simon Carlier Costumes Marie Artamonoff
Framing is an ongoing research project inspired by photography, and in particular by cadrage. Framing can be seen as what we choose to take from the world, influencing the way we look at an object by giving it greater importance. The performance reveals the dancers' bodies far from or close to the audience, separated or interlocked, creating hollows and empty spaces. Using hip-hop and contemporary techniques, the dancers explore the near and far in virtuoso and intimate ways, creating ephemeral images and movements inside the architecture and scenography of Le Mumons.