Pièce pour 9 danseur·euse·s, 5 guitares électriques et 5 amplis

After training at the Paris Opera’s dance school, Dimitri Chamblas’s career has embraced dance and contemporary art all the way from Paris to Los Angeles. He is famous for the physicality of his duet À bras-le-corps, which he staged with Boris Charmatz, and more recently for the extremely slow performance Slow Show. In takemehome, he revives the collaboration he began in 2018 with the high priestess of rock Kim Gordon, formerly of the group Sonic Youth, who is also a painter and writer, to create a piece for nine performers, five guitars and five amplifiers. With bursts of interference and close combat, the performers play forgotten members of society who do not fit in with the logics of capitalist production. Carried by a vital momentum, the resilience of the living rings out through a raw and sensual dancing and musical community.


Chorégraphie : Dimitri Chamblas
 / Musique : Kim Gordon / Interprètes :
Marion Barbeau, Marissa Brown, Eli Cohen, Bryana Fritz, Pierrick Jacquart, François Malbranque, Jobel Medina, Salia Sanou, Kensaku Shinohara  / Lumières : Yves Godin en collaboration avec Virginie Mira

Production : Studio Dimitri Chamblas / Coproduction : Charleroi danse, Montpellier Danse (accueil en résidence à l’Agora – cité internationale de la danse, avec le soutien de la Fondation BNP Paribas), Liquid Music Minneapolis, The Sharon Disney Lund School of Dance California Institute of the Arts, Villa Albertine, Albertine Dance Season 
/ Soutien : Dance Reflections by Van Cleef & Arpels, Ministère de la Culture – Direction Générale de la Création Artistique, DRAC Occitanie