A consciousness and a body: nudity and performance under the sun. Eight workshop sessions devoted to the body exhibited through performance.
Some objectives of the "Totally Nude" workshop: Risking oneself in a body bath. Give yourself the freedom to stay there. Tranquilize your fear. To confront desire.
A day of participatory naked or dressed performance led by David Noir, to try to bring a little truth to the game, if not to life.
A walk backwards towards the birth of a collective improvisation based on the participatory performance Iconicum given to the Generator.
"Everything must go" is intended to make its participants perceive this total eclipse of self-confidence that makes the interpreter in true research.
The principle of the "Iconicum" workshop is to improvise from compositions reconstituted live from master paintings or photographs.
"Looking elsewhere" is the very principle of theatre, without which it would be impossible to play a situation that clashes with our codes and morals.
In this performance workshop, it is a question of being totally actor and fully spectator, artist, everyday individual as well as researcher.
It is not easy to produce a free scream, authentic enough to find its natural place in the voice and without scratching the throat.
The mixture of natures that shape us and the contradictions that knead us are the guiding threads of this day of training.