FRANCE/PORTUGAL | 25 MIN
February 15 | 20.30 hours
SALA 2. GAIÁS CENTRE MUSEUM
Tutuguri solo piece, presented in diptyque is composed by Gesächt, variations around the figure of the baryton singer Dietrich Fisher Diskau, and Tutuguri, involving a sound vibrant body
Here, vocal cords and body are playing together, offering to « hear » dance. In a polyphonic solo piece, Tutuguri explores the dissynchronicity between movements and sounds, in a perpetual conflict of opposites. The dancer’s body is inhabited by whispers, animal growls, children’s noises, alien sounds, conversations, spasms, singing from the guts, transporting us to a spectral landscape of voices.
Tutuguri aims connectedness, it proposes fluxes of sounds and affects and promotes bridges to nothingness.
Conception and performance: Flora Détraz
Lights : Arthur Gueydan
Set design : Camille Lacroix
Dramaturgical advices : Anaïs Dumaine