After having marvelled the audience of Latitudes Contemporaines in Lille in June 2011, and those of Malta Festival in Poznan, Poland, in July, A+B=X will at last, be shown in Switzerland again during the three performances staged at ADC in Geneva, on 6th, 7th and 8th October 2011.

Gilles Jobin’s first group piece, premiered at Lausanne Arsenic theatre in 1997 as part of Festival Les Urbaines, A+B=X was also the beginning of the musical collaboration with Franz Treichler and The Young Gods that will last until Two-Thousand-and-Three. Originally interpreted by Ana Pons Carrera, Nuria de Ulibarri and Gilles Jobin himself, it is re-created today with Susana Panadés Diaz, Isabelle Rigat and Louis-Clément Da Costa.

The organic bodies of A+B=X, real pieces of art, announce the aesthetics of many Gilles Jobin’s pieces to come...

 

« Gilles Jobin is the one who dared. No hand-to-hand in the duos, but inventive, and often sublime, lifts, stretching and offering the dancers at arm’s, or even at leg’s, length. » Dominique Frétard - Le Monde, 1999

"Gilles Jobin's A+B=X creates a new abstract of the human body. The three performers pull themselves through dim pools of greenish light in a series of extraordinary contortions; […] the low unnatural colour picking out their contours like an alien landscape." Hettie Judah, The Times, 1999

A+B=X extract (dancer Ana Pons Carrera)

Chorégraphie Gilles Jobin

Musique Franz Treichler and The Young Gods
Danseurs création Ana Pons Carrera, Gilles Jobin, Nuria de Ulibarri
Danseurs reprise Louis Clément da Costa, Susana Panadès Diaz, Isabelle Rigat
Assistant chorégraphique reprise Martin Roehrich
Apparition dans le film Franko B, Ana Pons Carrera, Gilles Jobin, Nuria de Ulibarri
Films Gilles Jobin
Lumières Daniel Demont
Régie lumière Marie Predour
Administration Mélanie Rouquier
Chargé de diffusion Pedro Jiménez Morrás

contact: +4122 331 00 50

info@gillesjobin.com

 

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