By what are we driven?
When our choices seem increasingly conditioned, how much freedom do we have left? Here, the artists’ bodies and movements are brought into play using powerful magnets to represent our determinism. In a strange magnetic universe where gravity is transformed, the characters are subjected to invisible forces that have power over them. Simon Carrot worked with the sculptor Ulysse Lacoste and through experiments, and with the help of engineers, they actively seeked to design electromagnetic systems, thus linking contemporary circus and electromagnetism.

PERFORMANCES  (duration 8 minutes)
Friday 14 — Saturday 15 February > 11:00 am / 02:00 pm / 05:30 pm
Installation accessible outside performance times

Simon Carrot, design —  Simon Carrot, Simon Nyiringabo, Eva-Luna Frattini, Anne-Julia Neumann,  interpretation — Mickaël Jean, Handling and technical stage managementUlysse Lacoste, Co-design and building of the systemsDenis Fargeton, Sound scenographyElsa Revol, Lighting creationLycée des métiers de la mode et du costume de spectacle Les CôteauxCannes (DMA Costume design) costume creation — Robert Kieffer, Scientific ConsultantUlysse Lacoste, sculptor specialized in metalworking, designer of monumental mobile sculptures and apparatus

Researchers Fellow
Robert Kieffer, physicist at the CERN – Meyrin – Switerland — Ghislain Rémy, Lecturer-Researcher in Robotics at the IUT of Cachan

Rediscover the artistic team of Driven-The Installation in the Driven show at La Rampe — Échirolles
Thursday 13 February at 08:00 pm

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