Metamorphoses

  • March 20, 2015 / 19:00
  • March 21, 2015 / 13:00

Artist: Shanti Masud
Cast: Clémence Poesy, Niels Schneider, Nicolas Maury, Lucas Harari
France, 60’, 2014
French with Turkish subtitles

Intimacy and entertainment, melancholy and madness, modesty and desire, birth and disappearance. Four girls, four boys. This phantasmagoria dramatically animates the faces of men and women in a fantastical and poetic atmosphere; lyrical and passionate, between Earth and Cosmos, along the way towards their Metamorphoses. Metamorphoses made its debut as a video performance presented in last year’s solo show at Hors Pistes 2014.

 

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