Creative research laboratory - Lyon
Theater / Dance / Circus / Music
de création artistique – Lyon
From 28 to 29 march
A trampolinist seems to take a wall for the ground, a high-wirist dances two meters from us, an acrobat on his Chinese pole plays with planes and the void. Together they change our perception of various places within Les Subsistance. For 10 years the collectif AOC has been an extremely creative circus company, defying verticality and the meaning of movement. With their “wanderings,” these virtuoso performers leave their big top to change our daily surroundings into a makeshift gym, helping us see our usual geographies through different eyes.
With : Chloé Duvauchel (fil), Gaëtan Levêque (trampoline), Marc Pareti (trapèze), Marlène Rubinelli Giordano (trapèze), Fabian Wixe (mat chinois)
Production : Collectif AOC
With support : de la Bille de Reims, le Conseil Régional de Champagne-Ardenne (ORCCA)
Le Collectif AOC reçoit le soutien du Ministère de la Culture/DGCA au titre de l’Aide à la création, de la Direction Régionale des Affaires Culturelles d’Aquitaine au titre de l’Aide aux compagnies conventionnées, de la Région Aquitaine, du Département de la Dordogne et de la Ville de Boulazac and ONDA
Le Collectif AOC est une compagnie associée à l’Agora Pôle National des Arts du Cirque Boulazac Aquitaine.
Le collectif AOC
Collectif AOC was created in the early 2000s by six circus artists who’d graduated from the CNAC. Thanks to their strong bond, common language and overflowing vitality, they brought their creativity and electric energy to the stage. With their first creation, La Syncope du 7, they explored the uniqueness of their artistic program, blending techniques and disciplines in a single show. Fifteen years and four collective creations, three “individual” creations, several improvs and more than five hundred national and international performances later, the Collectif is proud of its myriad influences. After being collegially managed since its creation, it is now led by four artists (Chloé Duvauchel, Gaëtan Levêque, Marc Pareti and Marlène Rubinelli-Giordano) who continue to explore complementarity and cooperation in this area.
Sat 28 March 2015 / 15:00
Sun 29 March 2015 / 17:15