Rame is a choreographic project that questions the transformation, disappearance and appearance of bodies in a plastic and choreographic evolutionary context. For this project we are inspired by the Baroque period with as central theme the philosophical transformation and as scenographic principle the surprise and change.
The scenography consists of a stretched out triangle, in which the three female performers unfold the scenography through their movement and thus constantly change the image.
Rame is a profoundly feminine project, it is an ode to the power of transformation and generation.
Musically, we will focus on the sounds of Baroque music, adapted from a contemporary perspective by the composer Kerwin Rolland.
choreography, concept Lorena Dozio assistant Sévérine Bauvais dance Daphne Koutsafti, Daniela Zaghini, Lorena Dozio scenography Meryem Bayram realisation objects Jan Van Goethem music Kerwin Rolland, Carlo Ciceri lighting creation Séverine Rième artistic council Kerem Gelebek
production CRILE / Bagacera coproduction/residences LAC Factory - Lugano (CH), CCN of Caen and Normandie, Ménagerie de Verre (Paris), CND de Pantin, Théâtre de Vanves (F)