“Spatial Rhythm(s)” by Vivianna Chiotini, Rémi Sagot-Duvauroux

  • ©, Vivianna Chiotini and Rémi Sagot-Duvauroux, Spatial Rhythm(s)


    Spatial Rhythm(s)

Artist(s) and People Involved:


Artist Statement:

    Performance, Conservatoire National Supérieur d’Art Dramatique, May 19

    The research-creation project  Rhythm(s) of spaces” was born from a meeting between Vivianna Chiotini and Rémi Sagot-Duvauroux within the framework of the SACRe doctoral program and the desire to create a synergy between live performance and virtual reality. Our research comes together on two essential notions: The fragmentation of the space of representation and its influence on the setting in motion of the body.

    Three isolated bodies inhabit a rhythmed scenic space. The hybrid scenography consists of a physical triptych staircase, as its virtual version is gradually being revealed and radically transformed. Step by step, from loneliness to co-presence, the performers embody the expansion of their environments and the staircase symbolizes a movement towards a form of symbiosis. Their gestures and voices are augmented by a musician whilst their gazes become cinematographic images projected on a screen, allowing the spectators to perceive poetic relations between the real and the virtual.

    Performance: Logann Antuofermo, Anneta Chrysidou, Lucie Gallo
    Sound creation: Romain Blanc-Tailleur