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With Entropic Now, Christophe Haleb creates a poetic, underground urban space where young people express their vision of another society to an immersed audience.

Abstract

Marseille-based for the past 30 years, choreographer Christophe Haleb develops transdisciplinary projects that explore the state of the world and its impact on the body, the reality and the dreams of all beings.

Entropic Now is an audiovisual installation and choreographed work that examines the place of young people in the urban public space, through their own stories. Made in collaboration with the cities of Lyon, Valence, Amiens, Paris, Marseille, Havana and Fort de France, the work takes viewers into a sensorial labyrinth of images from documentary films, sounds, dances, and a mix of urban cultures. Young dancers serve up an energetic performance driven by the forces that shape their lives: fears, loves, social frustrations, living conditions, the local environment, as well as their struggles and demands. In this whirling blend of worlds and emotions, Christophe Haleb transforms the imaginary space into a real place where young people, through their languages, gestures and questionings seek to make art from the chaos of their world.

Credits

↳ CHOREOGRAPHIC PERFORMANCE / PIECE FOR A GROUP OF TEENAGERS, YOUNG DANCERS AND CIRCUS ARTISTS
Company LA ZOUZE – Cie Christophe Haleb | Artistic direction Christophe Haleb | Performers with the collaboration of the dancers and choregraphers Olivier Muller & Christophe Le Blay and the participation of young amateurs living in the Lyon metropolitan areae and some young people from Valence and Amiens | Music Benoist Bouvot, Damien Ravnich & Bertrand Wolff

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See also

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  • Biennale de la Danse

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