Dreams have a language

 

The installation Dreams Have a Language, presented at the Grand Hall of Mudam Luxembourg in 2014-2015, is the point of departure for a film collaboration between the French artist Sylvie Blocher and the Luxembourg film director Donato Rotunno. Joining a documentary approach with fiction, the film provides “an assemblage of stories, gestures, moments that open up an imaginary setting, an expectation, a suspense.”

 

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Everything was as always

 

Jérôme has to interrupt his studies because of a mysterious disappearance at his parent’s farm in rural Luxembourg.

 

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In Between Concrete

 

In Between Concrete is a choreographic work that examines the materiality of absence.
Four bodies wrapped in fabric begin their restricted movement through space. The constant alternation between form and dissolution creates a sculptural abstraction, replacing the recognisable with the intangible.

 

“You cannot craft the in between, but you can craft the concrete out of which the in between will appear. With the work we want to challenge expectations of explicit presence by examining the potential of absence.” – RISK, in reference to the title of the piece.

 

Supported by: The Danish Arts Foundation, Augustinus Fonden, Spot-on/Dansehallerne, Knud Højgaards Fond, Odense Kommune By- og Kulturforvaltningen, Aarhus Kommune – Kulturforvaltningen, Københavns Kommunes Scenekunstudvalg.