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Sinopse

(LA)HORDE / Ballet national de Marseille

Age of Content

June

2024

National premiere

Fri
14
Sat
15

Sinopse

In Age of Content we question our physical and emotional relationship to the abundance of content and simultaneous realities that characterize the world today. Our virtual worlds are no longer a simple representation of reality, they have their own and autonomous existence which directly influences the way we move and communicate. In this way, they are forming a multiverse where the principles of time and space are completely deconstructed, and in which we exist in multiple ways. In this age, where content becomes more and more important, boundaries between the real and the simulated become blurred. This leads to a unique phenomenon in the history of representation: an inversion of codes. Are avatars just a reflection of our bodies? Or are we driven by our multiple virtual identities? — (LA)HORDE / Ballet national de Marseille

bodies

avatars

virtuality

realities

© Blandine Soulage

© Blandine Soulage

© Blandine Soulage

© Blandine Soulage

© Blandine Soulage

Info sobre horário e bilhetes

Fri

14.06

19:30

Sat

15.06

19:30

RivoliGrand Auditorium

tickets

Aditional info

  • Price 
    12€
  • Duration 
    1h15

  • Age rating 
    12+

Acessibilidades do espetáculo

Accessible to wheelchair users
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Author's bio text

At the direction of CCN Ballet national de Marseille since 2019, the collective (LA)HORDE brings together Marine Brutti, Jonathan Debrouwer and Arthur Harel. Through films and performances (Novaciéries, 2015; The Master’s Tools, 2017; Cultes, 2019), and choreographic pieces (To Da Bone, 2017; Marry Me in Bassiani, 2019), (LA)HORDE interrogates the political component of dance and maps diverse choreographic forms of popular uprising, from raves to traditional dances, to jumpstyle. Their exploration of the new dynamics of circulation and representation of dance and body that develop online led them to create the concept of «post-internet dances». After Room With A View created in 2020 with Rone, they present a mixed programme with the Ballet national de Marseille reuniting Lucinda Childs, Tânia Carvalho, Lasseindra Ninja and Oona Doherty. By diversifying formats, (LA)HORDE questions the almost infinite serendipity that this new territory provides and proposes multiple perspectives on the uprisings of the communities with whom they work in a non-hierarchical way.

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  • Concept, direction and choreography
    (LA)HORDE (Marine Brutti , Jonathan Debrouwer , Arthur Harel)

    Choreography
    (LA)HORDE in collaboration with the performers from Ballet national de Marseille

    With
    Dancers from the Ballet national de Marseille: Sarah Abicht, Nina-Laura Auerbach, Alida Bergakker, Izzac Caroll, Joa?o Castro, Titouan Crozier, Myrto Georgiadi, Nathan Gombert, Eddie Hookham, Nonoka Kato, Yoshiko Kinoshita, Amy Lim, Jonatan Myrhe Jorgensen, Aya Sato, Paula Tato Horcajo, Elena Valls Garcia, Nahimana Vandenbussche, Antoine Vander Linden

    Music
    Pierre Avia, Gabber Eleganza, Philip Glass

    Set design
    Julien Peissel

    Costumes
    Salomé Poloudenny

    Costumes assistance
    Nicole Murru, Sandra Pomponio, Minok Terre

    Lighting design
    Eric Wurtz

    Hair design
    Charlie Le Mindu

    Graphic design
    Frederik Heyman

    Rehearsal directors
    Valentina Pace, Jackelyn Elder, Angel Martinez Hernandez, Julien Monty

    Artistic assistant
    Nadia El Hakim

    Stunt advice and support
    Stunt Workshop International - Amedeo Cazzella, Alex Vu, Malik Diouf, Yann Brouet, Jonathan Bernard, Patrick Tang

    Vocal coaching
    Deborah Bookbinder

    General management
    Rémi d’Apolito

  • Scenographic constructions
    Les ateliers de la MC2 : Maison de la Culture de Grenoble Scène nationale, Sud Side les ateliers spectaculaires/Marseille, Atelier Contrevent, Soudure Duret. Décorateur Cristian Zurita.

    With the participation of
    Julien Parra, Dimitri Bovas, Théophile Eschenauer, Christophe Lanes, Sébastien Mathé, Milan Petrucci, Kostia Pozniakoff.

    Thanks to
    The permanent and intermittent teams of the Ballet national de Marseille

    Produced by
    Ballet national de Marseille

    Coproduced by
    MC2: Maison de la Culture de Grenoble – Scène nationale, Biennale de la danse de Lyon 2023, International Summer Festival Kampnagel, Théâtre de la Ville-Paris, Théâtre du Châtelet, MAC – Scène nationale de Créteil, Maison de la culture d’Amiens, Pôle européen de création et de production – Scène nationale, La Comédie – Scène nationale de Clermont-Ferrand, L’Équinoxe – Scène nationale de Châteauroux, Charleroi Danse – Centre chorégraphique de Wallonie-Bruxelles, Espace des Arts – Scène nationale de Chalon-sur-Saône, Opéra de Dijon, Teatro Municipal do Porto, Grand Théâtre de Provence

    Residencies
    MC2: Maison de la Culture de Grenoble – Scène Nationale, Kampnagel Hamburg

    With the support of
    Dance Reflections by Van Cleef & Arpels, Lieux Publics-CNAREP (National Center for Street Arts and Public Space) & European Production Center, Cité des Arts de la Rue

    The CCN Ballet national de Marseille - direction (LA)HORDE receives the support of the DRAC Paca, the Ministry of Culture, the City of Marseille and the BNP Paribas Foundation. For its tours and projects abroad, the CCN Ballet national de Marseille benefits from the support of the French Institute.  

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