12 performances in 11 partner rooms in the Grenoble area.
At the borders of magic, traditions and new technologies, while intersecting arts and sciences, Digital Voodoo invites spectators to discover traditional forms of expression in Voodoo culture of West Africa, as they are practised in Togo and Benin. [HEXAGONE – MEYLAN]
What if we changed our constitution? This disruptive and collaborative show puts forward the idea of rethinking our democracy. [L'ODYSSÉE – EYBENS]
Children are invited on stage to enter the story of an invisible Beast who devours inhabitants' dreams in a village.
[ESPACE 600 – GRENOBLE]
This new genre show invites us to enter, wearing a helmet, an ambulatory device, which combines optical theatre, 3D printing technology and robotics. [MC2: GRENOBLE]
Jean-François Peyret explores the fantasy of this monstrous creature when he envisions four actors closed up in a theatre while the world gets totally out of order and the climate disrupted. What stories will they tell? [HEXAGONE – MEYLAN]
For two days, on 8 and 9 February, three French universities send a group of students and teacher-researchers engaged in a creative process involving dance, arts and sciences. [EST – ST-MARTIN-D'HÈRES]