Échelle Humaine Yasmine Hugonnet

La Peau de l’Espace

Archive 2022
Dance
1/3

45 min

Conception, choreography and interpretation, Yasmine Hugonnet
Artistic collaboration, Michael Nick
Assistant, Stéphanie Bayle
Lights creation, Dominique Dardant
Administration, Violaine DuPasquier
Distribution-production, Jérôme Pique
Production, Arts Mouvementés
Coproduction, Théâtre Vidy-Lausanne (FR) ; Next Arts Festival (FR) ; La place de la danse - CDCN Occitanie (FR)
Supports, Pro Helvetia, Loterie romande, Corodis, Fondation Stanley Johnson
La compagnie Arts Mouvementés bénéficie d’un conventionnement conjoint avec le Canton de Vaud et la Ville de Lausanne.
Studios rents / residences, Shanju Lab ; Théâtre de Sévelin 36 ; Centre Culturel Suisse de Paris; Studio LAB - Ménagerie de Verre (FR) ; Atelier de Paris, CDCN (FR) ; La place de la danse,
CDCN Occitanie (FR) ; La Briqueterie – CDCN Val de Marne (FR) ; Centre National de la Danse Pantin (FR)

As part of the Échelle Humaine Festival at Lafayette Anticipations, with the Festival d’Automne à Paris.

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