Gabriela Muñoz19 - 20 Jan
PERHAPS, PERHAPS, QUIZÁS
Cinema19 - 20 Jan
Fri 19 - Sat 20 Jan at 8pm
Sadler's Wells priority booking opens 30 Oct
Public booking opens 6 Nov
Runs: 50 mins
/ no interval
Age Guidance: 16+
Contains full nudity
(£12 concessions - over 60’s & students)
+£1.95 transaction fee for online bookings
+£3 transaction fee for phone bookings
no fee for in person at the box office
Tel: 020 7863 8000
Fri 19 Jan
Le Récital des Postures is a silent concert for one instrument - the human body. As if following a musical score, cchoreographer and performer Yasmine Hugonnet executes a series of postures and movements referenced in historic paintings, ancient sculptures, marionettes and everyday life, that demand both intense engagement and complete abandonment.
Her agility and astonishing strength make her seem to float, suspended in a beautiful white space. Awesome and mysterious, her slow-burn performance evokes unspoken sensations and images. It speaks to us through her naked skin with a wayward wit that subverts all expectations. This is fifty minutes of magic.
Born in Switzerland and with her childhood spent in Mali, Yasmine Hugonnet trained as a dancer and choreographer in Paris and New York. Her work has been seen throughout Europe and in Asia. In 2010 she founded Company Arts Mouvementés, which has been based in Lausanne since 2013. Its productions have been invited to festivals across Europe, including the Venice Biennale, Brussels’ Brigittines Festival, Mladi Levi in Ljubljana, and Impuls. Le Récital des Postures was selected for Aerowaves in 2015.
"Weird and wonderful in equal measure, her piece was an unexpected pleasure"
Donald Hutera (Aerowaves)
"Unlike anything I’ve ever seen…impulsive, witty, enthralling"
"Unique and captivating"
PlaYs To See
Presented in association with Sadler’s Wells
Choreography and performance: Yasmine Hugonnet
Artistic collaborator: Michael Nick
Lighting design: Dominique Dardant
Costume design: Scilla Ilardo
Outside eye: Ruth Childs
Dramturgical advice: Guy Cools
Production: Arts Mouvementés
Co-production: Théâtre de Sévelin 36 à Lausanne