- Medea - Philip Janssens & Camille Lancelin
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Amazing molten streams of fire burning everything -
By working with elements of a well know Greek tragedy Philip Janssens and Camille Lancelin create narrative loops, short fragments and small clusters.
No. Your words are wasted -
Glaucé is an experiment on narration, its holes, its continuities, its suspensions and its circulations.
For human beings if music -
They work on elements of the tragedy (structures, characters, repetitions), to tell about forms and characters, sometimes naively and sometimes theatrical. In this manner they unfold a story in a space between cinema and sculpture.
Enjoyed the pleasure of the meal –
They will work with text and voice and their relationship to image and sound
First, we need a husband -
The movement and process of catharsis, which messes with the emotions of the viewer, lost in extremes, is a centre of mass. They aim for contradictions, mixed emotions and change of hearts.
Entangled in that woven dress -
By: Philip Janssens and Camille Lancelin – Supported by: workspacebrussels
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