Hocus Pocus, a 45-minute work for two performers intended for children aged 7+, is mainly based on the power of images, their magic and the sensations they provoke. The very unique set design allows for a playful and magical exploration into a game of appearances and disappearances of both bodies..
CUT is a dance piece that stems from a particular stage device as well as from the audience’s position. Philippe Saire literally cuts the audience and the stage in two and establishes a very unusual relationship between the audience and the performance. The audience are presented with two distinct sides..
Coproduction Théâtre National de Chaillot, La Bâtie-Festival de Genève 25 min. Vacuum generates impossible images and fantastic paintings, an interplay of bodies appearing and disappearing between black holes and dazzling lights. This duo is the third part in a series of performances called Dispositifs (‘stage devices’), in convergence with visual arts...
Premiere at Théâtre Sévelin 36 Lausanne January 17th, 2014, 40 min. A choreography for two dancers, with LED ticker displays and neon lights as only light source, NEONS Never Ever, Oh! Noisy Shadows deals with intimacy and separation, and verges on visual arts, following in the steps of 2011’s Black Out. NEONS..
Premiere at Théâtre Sévelin 36 Lausanne November 18th, 2011, 40 min. Black Out has celebrated its 170th show in 2016 and carries on with dense touring around the world. Somewhere between dance, performance and visual arts, this dark piece presents a very unusual set that is putting the spectators above..