This project came from the desire to explore body techniques that are acquired through illegal practices rather than through a profession or training – and are therefore not valued.
I thought of anarchist acts.
I heard testimonies of women bank robbers, surprised that by the sheer repetition of their actions they became “experts” in the field.
The inner voice that precipitates them towards the decision to cross the limits set by the law is not one of vocation, but rather one of the last path: of survival, of reparation for economic injustice.
These stories, rarely covered by the media, are part of the history of the so-called “primitive” or pre-proletarian revolts of social bandits. What can these rebellions teach us about social order? What new forms of justice do they propose?
Conception - Marion Sage
Distribution (en construction)
Coproduction (en construction)
La Bellone, Bruxelles - Charleroi Danse, centre chorégraphique de Wallonie-Bruxelles.
Partenaires et résidences
La Bellone, Bruxelles
Le Centre Culturel Jacques Franck, Bruxelles Centre Chorégraphique National de Roubaix L’Université de Lille