“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.
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.