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Compagnie Humaine FR

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:
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)
(c) Eric Oberdorff
Ma vie rêvée (My Dreamed Life)
(c) Eric Oberdorff
Ma vie rêvée (My Dreamed Life)
(c) Eric Oberdorff