Fractus V stands for the natural fractures, which are necessary to grow. Larbi was inspired by philosopher Noam Chomsky's defense of "freedom of speech", which he sees as a fundamental freedom of expression allowing taboos to be demolished. The individual and society. Information and manipulation. The turning points that always move us somewhere. This piece about fractured relationships is also a dialogue of cultures.
The choreographer, who is famous for his exploration of various styles, is joined on stage by four other dancers and four musicians with profound knowledge of the music of Japan, Korea, Congo and India. The dancers' backgrounds are equally varied: French new circus, American Lindy Hop, Spanish flamenco, German breakdance and hip hop... Diversity unites.
English friendly performance