Choreographic installation / Performance
The human being is an assembly of forces, constantly out of balance ; an attempt of resistance in the alignment of matter. He is one of many faces, skillfully composed by the nature, insignificant and bold, and whose survival primarily depends on the capacity of repositioning himself.
A choreographic installation of suspension ; a portrait of the contemporary human being, questioning today more than ever, the determinant of his own equilibrium and territory.
The title Dehors est blanc is a reference to an optical phenomenon happening in extreme weather conditions called « le blanc dehors » or « whiteout » in English. Wrapped in a featureless white glow, the observer can no longer discern the horizon and loses the sense of depth and orientation.
3rd – 16th August 2019 :.
L’Espace Catastrophe – Centre International de création des Arts de Cirque, Brussels (B)
13th – 24th January 2020 :
workspacebrussels @Les Brigittines, Brussels (B)
9th – 20th November 2020 :
Théâtre des Doms, Avignon (FR)
11th – 19th January 2021 :
Mars – Mons Arts des la Scène (B)
17th – 28th May 2021 :
STUK, Leuven (B) – to be confirmed
public presentation (showing) :
20th January 2021 @ Mars – Mons Arts de la Scène (B)
in progress (season 2021/22)
Angela Rabaglio and Micaël Florentz
Angela Rabaglio, Micaël Florentz, Sergi Parés
light design and scenography:
Arnaud Gerniers, Benjamin van Thiel
Daniel Perez Hajdu
Louise Hanquet and Angela Rabaglio
Mars – Mons Arts de la scène (B)/ STUK,in discussion (B)
communication / distribution:
Quentin Legrand (Rue Branly)
workspacebrussels / Les Brigittines (B), Espace Catastrophe – Centre International de création des Arts de Cirque (B), Théâtre des Doms (FR), Mars – Mons Arts de la Scène (B), STUK (B)
Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles – Service interdisciplinaire (B), Chaufferie-Acte1 (B), Dr. Vertical asbl (B), Wolubilis (B)