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3615 Dakota

3615 Dakota creates performative installations in public spaces. These diversions, the attempts to enhance reality, aim to transform the notion of reality in a permanent or temporary way. The collective likes to mix disciplines, change their contexts, play with their rules and their boundaries to offer a place of interaction. [caption id="attachment_12979" align="aligncenter" width="768"] «Bains publics» © Pierre Planchenault[/caption]   [caption id="attachment_12988" align="aligncenter" width="768"] «Société secrète» © Rose Fayet[/caption] Contact: Neyda Paredes, neyda@3615dakota.ch Featured Image: «De et par la possibilité éventuelle des devenirs envisageable» © Magali Dougados    

Company Botte-Cul

After graduating from mime school in Berlin, Laura Gambarini returned to Switzerland and founded the Compagnie du Botte-Cul in 2015. The compagnie mainly creates projects for public space, in the field of object theatreand comedy. Its latest show, The Game of Nibelungen, was part of the Sélection Suisse in Avignon 2022, and has been nominated for the Swiss Performing Arts Award 2023. [caption id="attachment_12982" align="aligncenter" width="768"] «The Game of Nibelungen» © Vincent Guignet[/caption]   [caption id="attachment_12985" align="aligncenter" width="768"] «Le roi des petits boutistes» © Vincent Guignet[/caption] Contact: Samuel Perthuis, diffusion@botte-cul.com Featured Image: «The Game of Nibelungen» © Vincent Guignet    

Pintozor Prod.

Pintozor Prod. is a multi-disciplinary collective offering immersive experiences: the creators create performances, sound walks, podcasts and installations. They meet the younger generation through workshops in which the imaginary and the science-fiction have a central place. [caption id="attachment_12884" align="aligncenter" width="768"] «Kit de survie en territoire masculiniste» ©Laure Degroote[/caption]   [caption id="attachment_12885" align="aligncenter" width="768"] «Kit de survie en territoire masculiniste» ©Laure Degroote[/caption] Contact: Joanne Buob, anomalien@pintozor.org Featured Image: «Kit de survie en territoire masculiniste» © Laure Degroote    

Cie Chamar bell clochette

Founded in 2008 by Chine Curchod and based in Geneva, the theatre company Chamar bell clochette is mainly dedicated to puppetry and theatre for young audience. With its playful and whimsical productions, its passion for installations and extraordinary objects and its sense for the absurd, the company inspires and surprises every time. [caption id="attachment_12843" align="aligncenter" width="768"] Aouuuu! © Carole Parodi[/caption] [caption id="attachment_12844" align="aligncenter" width="768"] Robot © Ralph Kuehne[/caption] Contact: Chine Curchod, chine@chamarbellclochette.ch Featured Image: «Im Wald» © Rob Lewis

Diana Rojas-Feile

Diana Rojas-Feile is a director, performer and author. Her transdisciplinary work ranges from site-specific works, interactive performances and installations to audio walks and radio plays. The core of her work is multiperspectivity around a sociopolitical topic created through documentary interviews, mixed with a fictional thread. [caption id="attachment_12836" align="aligncenter" width="768"] «UHU EXPERIMENT» © Claudia Popovici[/caption] [caption id="attachment_12837" align="aligncenter" width="768"] «UHU EXPERIMENT – Open Air Version» © Clemens Nestroy[/caption] Contact: info@mandarina.ch Featured image: «WALD» © Maria Cheilpoulou

Chris Cadillac

Chris Cadillac, a Swiss company based in Geneva, proposes a theatre that laughs at its own conventions in order to ferociously question the unmentionable, the pathetic and the phantasmagorical in all of us. Plays are performed in theatres and public spaces. [caption id="attachment_12572" align="aligncenter" width="768"] «Claptrap» © Dorothée Thébert Filliger[/caption] [caption id="attachment_12573" align="aligncenter" width="768"] «Avant la retraite» © Dorothée Thébert Filliger[/caption] Contact diffusion manager: Anthony Revillard, anthonyrevillard@chriscadillac.ch Featured image: «Cecile» © Mathilda Olmi

Théâtre l’Articule

The Théâtre l’Articule is a puppet and children’s theatre company, launched by puppeteer and actress Fatna Djahra, that combines circus, theatre and puppetry. The company began with the creation “Pop-up Cirkus” presented for the first time at the Théâtre des Marionnettes in Geneva in 2010 – followed by “Après l’hiver” in 2017 and “Comme suspendu” in 2020. [caption id="attachment_12608" align="aligncenter" width="768"] «Après l’hiver» © Carole Parodi[/caption] [caption id="attachment_12610" align="aligncenter" width="768"] «Comme suspendu» © Carole Parodi[/caption] Contact diffusion managment: Laurent Pla-Tarruella, larticuletheatre.laurent@gmail.com Featured image: «Après l’hiver» © Carole Parodi

Old Masters

Old Masters is a collective composed of Marius Schaffter (performer and geographer), Jérôme Stünzi (stage designer and artist) and Sarah André (writer, artist and stage designer). Conceiving theatrical representation as a total plastic work, they propose to experience, collectively, what freedom could be today, a freedom that is situated, changing, always in search of itself. [caption id="attachment_12559" align="aligncenter" width="768"] «Bande originale» © Dorothée Thébert Filliger[/caption] [caption id="attachment_12560" align="aligncenter" width="768"] «Bande originale» © Dorothée Thébert Filliger[/caption] Contact diffusion manager: Tristan Barani, diffusion@oldmasters.ch Featured image: «Bande originale» © Dorothée Thébert Filliger  

Panorama Kino Theater

To see not just to look… To experience not just to sense. Panorama Kino Theatre redefines the theatrical experience as its unique rotating viewing cabinet transforms reality into fantasy, provoking our senses and re-mystifying the world we inhabit. Offering a range of highly interactive, site specific shows, creative collaborations with local artists, or specially commissioned projects, Panorama challenges perceptions and reconnects people with the space and with each other. [caption id="attachment_12473" align="aligncenter" width="720"] Panorama Kino Theatre © M. Suleymanova[/caption] [caption id="attachment_12474" align="aligncenter" width="723"] Panorama Kino Theatre © T. Greder[/caption]   Contact diffusion: Tom Greder, tom@kinopan.com Featured image by V. Bezhan