A space where multidisciplinary encounters inspire each other, creating productions that aim to change perceptions and alter people’s outlook.
A key player in the Swiss contemporary dance scene, Philippe Saire has produced in situ performances, short films and workshops.
Recent creations include a cycle of performances centred around the relationship between image and sound, cinema, descriptions and memories.
Choreographer YoungSoon Cho Jaquet has created several dance pieces which focus on audience involvement, Asian and Western art, and memory and origins.
Central to its artistic research are the issue of sexual identity and the relationship between narration and abstraction in choreographic work.
Trefeli has worked with several dance companies for more than 20 years and toured his creations in Australia, America, Africa and Europe.
Often working with childhood memories, Furlan connects with a whole generation, combining burlesque and philosophy, popular poetics and aesthetics.
The innovative approach of DA MOTUS! Has brought them acknowlegement at home and invitations abroad, dancing at more than 200 international venues.
Adapting the texts of great writers for street performance, the company brings their theatre to the spectator’s neighbourhood.