Go, go, go, said the bird

(human kind cannot bear very much reality)

creation 2015

Conception : Camille Mutel
Dance : Philippe Chosson, Camille Mutel
Singing : Isabelle Duthoit
Light design and stage managing : Phil Colin
Photography : Osamu Kanemura

Costumes : Eleonore Daniaud

Redaction : Ninon Steinhausser




An excerpt from a T.S. Eliot poem, the title of Compagnie Li (luo)’s new creation suggests a desire that circulates between three performers onstage: invitation, temptation, inhibition, and initiation. Physically seized by the impossibility of mutual relationships, traversed by sound and objects, each one measures the effects that the situation has on their being-on-stage. This is what the performance works with and exposes. Present with the images of Osamu Kanemura, this scenic moment is delicately rooted in a unique “reality” of urban visions taken by the photographer - as a way to return nature to the heart of its real cultural substance.

Production : Compagnie Li(luo)

Coproduction : Centre Culturel André Malraux - Scène nationale de Vandoeuvre les Nancy ; Scènes Vosges - Epinal

Accueil Studio : CCN Ballet de Lorraine

Residencies : Trois C-L Luxembourg ; CND Pantin ; Royaumont Abbaye & Fondation ; Centre Pompidou - Metz ; Césaré - Centre national de création musicale de Reims ; Centre Culturel André Malraux - Scène nationale de Vandoeuvre les Nancy ; Théâtre Sévelin 36 - Lausanne

Support : Conseil régional de Lorraine ; DRAC Lorraine ; Spedidam

Other Support : Institut Français - Programme Hors les Murs 2014  



© 2013 by compagnie Li (luo)


La compagnie bénéficie de l'aide à la structuration 2018-2019 de la DRAC Grand Est et de l'aide au conventionnement 2018-2020 de la Région Grand Est.