In the organizer's words:
What bodies and what dances are necessary for today?
What does it mean to be dangerous?
"Dangereuses" perceives the risk of intimacy and gentleness as subversive and intersects with practices of self-defense, protest, training, and preparation for combat. Gentleness, vulnerability, sensuality, strength and brutality are not seen as opposites, but where they meet and how this happens is explored. Together, through creative affirmation, we look for ways to prepare our bodies for resistance as well as pleasure and connection.
Inspired by Wittig's book Les Guérillères, "Dangereuses" imagines a re-actualized collective female subject - a group in which the feminine triumphs over the masculine, but can also include it, as well as non-binary and trans identities - and seeks to explore an alternative narrative to the eternal "man as subject and author of history."
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10.00 - 15.00€