Day by day program / June, 2011


from Wednesday, 8 to Friday, June 10

Luna Park

See without being seen... this is the dramatic motor of Luna Park. The four separate players have no contact with each other except through "circuits": microphones, surveillance cameras, screens, loudspeakers.

Thursday, June 9

Les Temps tiraillés

Attendees at Anish Kapoor's installation Leviathan in the Nave of the Grand Palais are invited to an immersive experience created by Myriam Gourfink's choreography and a new electronic version of Georg Friedrich Haas' spectral music.

Thursday, June 9

A-Ronne II

A-Ronne II, cornerstone of musical theater, is an unsurpassed prototype for the stage and radio, a poem that draws from Latin and Greek, from German, from Dante’s Italian and from the distant surgeon of the "madrigale rappresentativo" from the end of the 16th century.

Friday, June 10 and Saturday, 11

Tales of the Bodiless

“How do remove yourself from your own body and leave it momentarily? How long can we remain outside of ourselves without losing ourselves forever?”