“In Japanese, "Hakanai" means ‘impermanent, fragile, evanescent, transitory, and fleeting’, somewhere between dream and reality. This very ancient word also captures an elusive aspect of the human condition and its precariousness, but also grounded in nature. It’s written by combining the graphic characters symbolizing ‘man’ and ‘dream’. This symbolic association is the starting point for a dancer who will face images revealing what lies on the brink of imagination and reality.”
Claire Bardainne & Adrien Mondot
Live animations based on physical movement modelling, on an original music score played live. After the quadrifrontal performance, the audience will be invited to explore the stage installation.