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Farci.e — Sorour Darabi

Start

sunday
  • 15.00 Biekorf
  • 15.50 Expected end time

About

An androgynous solo that flirts with the boundaries of gender

What if you come from a neutral world and everything suddenly has a gender? Farsi, Sorour Darabi's mother tongue, has no grammatical gender system. Grammatically, it makes no difference whether a man or a woman is speaking. But since Darabi moved to France, he/she has lived in a world in which everything is literally male or female. In Farci.e this Iranian dancer opens up and explores this quandary in an intriguing and personal performance.

 

Part of December Dance Platform

Program and performers

Performers

Sorour Darabi: concept, choreography and performance
Yannick Fouassier: lighting design
Mathieu Bouvier: artistic collaboration

production: Météores
coproduction: Festival Montpellier Danse, ICI – CCN Montpellier - Occitanie / Pyrénées-Méditerranée (director: Christian Rizzo)
with the support of CND Centre national de la danse – Pantin, within the framework of a residency, Honolulu-Nantes, Théâtre de Vanves
with thanks to Loïc Touze, Raïssa Kim, Florence Diry, Pauline Brun, Jule Flierl, Claire Olivelli & Zar Amir Ebrahimi
Sorour Darabi: concept, choreography and performance
Yannick Fouassier: lighting design
Mathieu Bouvier: artistic collaboration

In collaboration with Cultuurcentrum Brugge
Part of the December Dance Platform