Lorena Dozio

Otolithes

Théâtre Sévelin 36
dance / 45′
Price: Fr. 15.- (except special prices)
Saturday 25.03, 03:30 pm
Sunday 26.03, 07:00 pm
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Otolithes is inspired by the language of birds and different whistled languages practiced throughout the world. By investigating the relationship with air, sound and the other through the whistle, the bodies become musical instruments that convey meaning.

Otolithes (bird’s code) inspired by the language of birds and whistled languages ​​practiced in different parts of the world. Investigating the relationship to air, sound and the other through the whistle, the bodies become musical instruments and code transmitters. The air pressure as a support in space, leads to the lifting and elevation defying the force of gravity. As we orient in the world ? through such trajectories, such as meetings and on what levels of reality ? The four bodies – sensors generate ephemeral constellations at different levels led by the otoliths, the inner ear crystals participating balance and orientation in space.

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Conception and choreography:
Lorena Dozio
Music:
Carlo Ciceri
Lighting:
Sévérine Rième
Costumes:
Kata Toth
Performers:
Aniol Busquets
Sévérine Bauvais
Lorena Dozio
Edouard Pelleray
Dramaturgy:
Stefano Tomassini
Production and administration:
Sergio Chianca/Bürokultur et Clémence Sormani

Production:
C R I L E
Executive production:
Bagacera
In cooperation with:
LAC – LuganoInScena – Teatro Sociale Bellinzona – Dampfzentrale Bern – Theater Roxy Birsfelden – FIT/Festival Internazionale del Teatro e della scena contemporanea – Théâtre Sévelin 36 Lausanne – Teatro San Materno – Performa Festival – Tanz in Winterthur – Tanzhaus Zürich (accueil en résidence), dans le cadre du Fonds des programmateurs / Reso – Réseau Danse Suisse – CND dans le cadre de la Résidence Augmentée, Pantin – Point Ephémère Paris.
With the support of:
Pro Helvetia – Fondation Suisse pour la Culture – Canton et République du Tessin – Fond Swisslos – Bourse SSA pour l’écriture chorégraphique 2016 – Fondation Ernst Gönher.