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Eric Oberdorff

Ma vie rêvée (My Dreamed Life)

Ma vie rêvée (My Dreamed Life)

Choreography: Eric Oberdorff

The solo performance Ma vie rêvée by French choreographer Eric Oberdorff explores the lives of prison inmates. For the production, the artist is planning several workshops in a prison in Grasse, in which inmates develop choreographic material and examine states of physical experience. Oberdorff, performer Luc Bénard and composer Sarah Procissi will use their impressions to create a piece that will not only process their own memories of the research process but also make the dreams, visions and the very personal utopias of the prisoners visible.

Artistic Crew / Team:
DANCER Luc Bénard | COMPOSER & MUSICIAN Sarah Procissi | LIGHT DESIGNER Arnaud Viala | CHOREOGRAPHER Éric Oberdorff

Co-Producers:
French Ministry of Culture, French Ministry of Justice, Alpes-Maritimes Prison Service for Integration and Probation

Funders and Supporters:
Supported by: French Ministry of Culture, Region Sud-Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, City of Nice, City of Cannes, Departement des Alpes-Maritimes > supported for its international projects by: Institut français, Region Sud-Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur > in a residence at Conservatoire of Nice > founding member of European exchange network Studiotrade

Ma vie rêvée (My Dreamed Life)