Memories of clay

In an intimate setting made of traces, of remains, and of thresholds, a pottery, dance, storytelling and singing duet leads us into a poetic and corporal oriental world.

A plural world, heir to Mesopotamia. A ground of multiplicities, cradle of the mediterranean cultures. The myth of Gilgamesh, the first written narrative, provided the framework around which the songs, material, and visions of the world that had taken root there were expressed.

These Orients are an invitation to rediscover common ground; to let oneself be stripped, touched by the senses, and lulled by the echoes of tales, songs, dances, memories, and oral traditions.

Duration: 45 minutes

Project supported by : Théâtre du Fon du Loup