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Cie 14:20 as part of Dublin Dance Festival
Dates: 27 May - 28 May
Show Time: 8pm
Tickets: €18 - €22
If painting diverts the real in the space of an image, new magic diverts the real within the real.
A magical evening by acclaimed French company Cie 14:20.
In Ellipses 30′, Aragon Boulanger is a body plucked from laws of physics. Sophisticated lighting effects manipulate our perception as every gesture becomes intensely poetic.
In Etoiles, illuminated spheres multiply and glide through the air as juggler Etienne Saglio weaves them into geometric shapes and constellations in the darkened space.
Finally, Variations pour Piano et Polystyrene sees Saglio transform a thin sheet of polysterene into magical, flying dance partner, accompanied by pianist Madeleine Cazenave.
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Running time: 50 min (no interval)
Warning: Contains flashing light effects
Ellipses 30′ concept: Clément Debailleul & Raphaël Navarro, Cie 14:20
Choreographer/Performer: Aragorn Boulanger
Etoiles Ccncept: Clément Debailleul, Raphaël Navarro & Etienne Saglio
Choreographer/Performer: Etienne Saglio
Variations pour Piano et Polystyrène concept: Etienne Saglio
Music written and performed by: Madeleine Cazenave
Photographer Clement Debailleul
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