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With this new creation, Edmond Russo and Shlomi Tuizer prolong their interrogations on movement research and give themselves new goals. 

What will motivate movement, and which sensory movements can be experimented or occur when we question the space which exists between the surfaces of bodies, space which gathers us and pushes us away?

With the bodies evolving, the skin, double skin, the extension of the skin, becomes central; An insulating vector or a conductive element of energy, of frictions.


Anonymous and dense bodies, covered, collide and are absorbed...

Related by a common "skin" as a surface of exchange...

From game to discovery, from  thrusts of energy to symbolic reversals.

Seen as a musical score, acts orchestrate a network of relations. 

The dialectic of the bodies aims towards alteration, the weaving of gestures appears as an instrumental phrasing evoking breath, vibration and pulsation.


Creation on 11 May 2010, Festival Météores, Le Volcan - Scène nationale, Le Havre.

Piece for 6 dancers

Duration: 55 minutes

Concept - choreography: Edmond Russo, Shlomi Tuizer

Dancers: Romain Bertet/ Romain Cappello, Mélanie Cholet / Emilie Cornillot, Aurore Di Bianco / Alexia Bigot, Ariane Guitton, Edmond Russo, Shlomi Tuizer

Music creation: Andrea Cera

Sound design: Etienne Cuppens

Lighting creation: Laurence Halloy

Costumes design: Alexandra Bertaut

Production: Affari Esteri

Coproduction: Le Volcan - Scène nationale du Havre, Centre Chorégraphique National du Havre Haute-Normandie (accueil studio), le CCN Ballet de l’Opéra national du Rhin (accueil studio), le CCN Malandain Ballet Biarritz (accueil studio), l'Espace des Arts - Scène nationale de Chalon-sur-Saône.

The project benefits from the support of the Association Beaumarchais – SACD and of the ADAMI.

With the help of l’Atelier de Paris - Carolyn Carlson and of Le Centre national de la danse à Pantin, of the CDC Biennale de Danse du Val-de-Marne of l’Echangeur, scène conventionnée de Fère-en-Tardenois (Studio Libre), of the association Danse Dense and of ARCADI.

The association Affari Esteri is supported by the Ministery of Culture and Communication – DRAC Ile-de-France.