" A ROOM "
This collaboration is set between the pianist Jean Jadin from Belgium and the performer and the contortionist Mille Lundt from Denmark. The work unfolds between contemporary music, text, movement, and improvisation.
"A Room" exposes a selective vision of an interpretative rendering of realism, where two isolated figures live and share an undefined time in a closed and defined space. Inspired by the painter Edward Hopper's use to illustrate emptiness, wideness, and isolated figures, we observe and discuss the emotional and physical state of solitude, a state of seclusion or isolation, lack of contact with people, the condition of being alone with oneself.
The performance exposes a void on stage to make way for an imaginary world that exists within us all.
By and with: Jean Jadin and Mille Lundt
Music: Jean Jadin
Choreography: Mille Lundt
Text written by: Adrien Lecouterier and Mille Lundt
Co-directing: Kevin Trappeniers
Light creation: Rachel SIm
Production: Expression 2000 asbl
Creation residencies: MCCS, Arsonic, Centre Culturel de Braine-le-Comte, Centre Culturel de Soignies, Ancien Carmel
Supported by: Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles, service des Arts du Cirque, Rue, Forains