In vivo Théâtre Daniel Jeanneteau – Daniele Ghisi


“It’s a mouth, without any visible teeth, but with breath, a glottis, vocal chords. A private organ, but that continues to articulate, vocalize, emit, and chop the air into fragments of breath.” Speech becomes sensation, mechanic, material, and a sonorous incarnation. Mon corps parle tout seul reunites the author Yoann Thommerel, a composer enthralled by the plasticity of Daniele Ghisi’s electronics, and the director Daniel Jeanneteau who makes sound a crucial element of his scenography. The trio comprised of this In vivo Théâtre treads along the invisible boundary between installation and live performance.

In Vivo Théâtre © Jeanneteau

In Vivo Théâtre © Jeanneteau

Mon corps parle tout seul

Director Daniel Jeanneteau
Music Daniele Ghisi, commissioned by IRCAM-Centre Pompidou
IRCAM Computer Music Design Daniele Ghisi
Text Yoann Thommerel
Assistant director and scenography Olivier Brichet
Artistic Collaboration Tom Huet
Video Mammar Benranou
Actress Emmanuelle Lafon

Coproduction IRCAM-Centre Pompidou, Studio-Théâtre de Vitry. With the support of the SACD and the FCM-Fonds pour la création musicale. IRCAM and the CENTQUATRE are partners for experimental performance projects.