Sets and Costumes: Camille Lacroix
Light design: Arthur Gueydan, Eduardo Abdala
Sound design: Guillaume Vesin, Estelle Gotteland
Artistic consultant: Anaïs Dumaine
Through an exploration of medieval images, trivial ditties and grotesque paintings, Muyte Maker celebrates disobedient and irrational bodies. It examines joy as a physical and existential statement: joy as desire and creative potential, going against the grain of morality, and as a physical distortion or contradiction. The four women performers sing copiously, laugh polyphonically, dance blindly, and chat cacophonously, in an attempt to render the full complexity of their own bodies.
Approximate running time:
60 minutes, no intermission.
No language barrier.
Co-production CCN de Caen en Normandie, direction Alban Richard (Fr), Ramdam-un centre d’art (Fr), Relais culturel des Pays de Falaise (Fr), Pact-Zollverein (De), La place de la danse CDCN (Fr), Le réseau des Petites Scènes Ouvertes (Fr), Alkantara (Pt), in the framework of the DNA-Departures and Arrivals European network.
Residencies: Espaço Alkantara (Pt), O espaço do tempo (Pt), Les Eclat(s) chorégraphiques (Fr), l’Avant-Scène (Fr)
The project received the financial support from Région Normandie and DRAC Normandie.