Passages is a roaming project that explores the relationship between the movement of bodies and the spaces in which they evolve. By acting on imaginary objects, the performers make the multiple dimensions of the places they inhabit resonate.

Passages can be adapted to a wide variety of spaces: parks, museums, houses, churches…
Whether it’s a vault supported by pillars, a long corridor or an immense lawn, the choreography is composed of modules designed to fit these different types of space. It can thus redeploy itself in a singular way according to the identity of each place. It requires neither stage, nor technique, nor musical equipment.

Variable geometry in situ show - between 3 and 6 dancers
Choreography : Noé Soulier
Interpreters : Stéphanie Amurao, Lucas Bassereau, Meleat Fredriksson, Yumiko Funaya, Nangaline Gomis and Nans Pierson
Lighting: Benjamin Aymard, Victor Burel

Production: Cndc – Angers
Coproduction: Monuments en mouvement – Centre des monuments nationaux ; Les Ateliers de Paris Avec le soutien de la Direction Régionale des Affaires Culturelles d’Île-de-France – Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication