Through an exploration of medieval images, trivial ditties and grotesque paintings, Muyte Maker celebrates disobedient and irrational bodies.
It examines joy as a physical and existential statement: joy as desire and creative potential, going against the grain of morality, and as a physical distortion or contradiction.
The four women performers sing copiously, laugh polyphonically, dance blindly, and chat cacophonously, in an attempt to render the full complexity of their own bodies.
conception : Flora Détraz
with the performers : Mathilde Bonicel, Inês Campos, Flora Détraz and Agnès Potié
set and costume design : Camille Lacroix
light design: Arthur Gueydan (replaced by Eduardo Abdala in turns)
sound design : Guillaume Vesin (replaced by Estelle Gotteland in turns)
artistic collaboration : Anaïs Dumaine
production : PLI
co-production : CCN de Caen en Normandie, direction Alban Richard (Fr), Ramdam-un centre d’art (Fr), Relais culturel des Pays de Falaise (Fr), Pact-Zollverein (De), La place de la danse CDCN (Fr), Le réseau des Petites Scènes Ouvertes (Fr), Alkantara (Pt), in the frame of DNA-departures and arrivals european network.
studios : Espaço Alkantara (Pt), O espaço do tempo (Pt), Les Eclat(s) chorégraphiques (Fr), l’Avant-Scène (Fr)
The project received the financial support of Région Normandie and DRAC Normandie.