CUTTING MUSHROOMS is a solo that gives birth to an inconstant monstrosity by drooling on the traces of an ambiguous presence.

© Hubert Crabières
© Hubert Crabières

Influenced by the cyberpunk film Tetsuo: The Iron Man (1989) directed by Tsukamoto Shinya, CUTTING MUSHROOMS makes a thwarted transformation of the body visible. In this incompleteness, a strangely inexact figure appears and radiates a sensible confusion. This mutating sculpture mixes recognisable objects and assorted fabrics that compose an abstract mythological language.

"I enter into a movement in perpetual continuity, a "walk" that explores the (de)construction of the figure. I wander constantly, getting caught up in the questions around my identity, never fixed, constantly shaped by the violence of an inhospitable environment. I externalise the sensation of fear which it is impossible to react to." - Kidows Kim

Conception, Choreography and Performance: Kidows Kim — Artistic collaboration Scenography: Hubert Crabiers — Costume design: Josiane Martinho — Light Design and Stage Manager: Marie Sol Kim — Administration and Production: Charlotte Giteau — Executive production: Météores — Partners: Centre chorégraphique national d'Orléans dans le cadre de l’accueil- studio, ICI-CCN Montpellier – Occitanie / Pyrénées Méditerranée - Direction Christian Rizzo dans le cadre de l’accueil-studio, Workshop Foundation, National Cultural Fund of Hungary, Life Long Burning et le Programme Creative Europe de la Commission européenne, Be My Guest — Réseau international pour les pratiques émergente — Residencies: workspacebrussels, Kunstencentrum BUDA, La Briqueterie CDCN Val de Marne, Kinosaki International Arts Center



02.05.2022 - 15.05.2022

Ultima Vez