QUANTUM - the new creation by Gilles Jobin for six dancers premiered at CERN end of September 2013 - will be performed from November 4th to 8th (break on November 6th) at Théâtre de la Cité Internationale in Paris in the frame of New Settings #3, a program by the Fondation d’entreprise Hermès associating performing arts and visual arts.

QUANTUM involves collaborative work between both awarded Collide@CERN 2012 prizes Gilles Jobin and German artist Julius von Bismarck as Julius' kinetic installation Versuch Unter Kreisen created during his Ars Electronica Collide@CERN residency is the light device for QUANTUM. The original music is composed by american composer Carla Scaletti incorporating real data from the LHC.

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Gilles Jobin premiered QUANTUM, a new piece for six dancers inspired by his Collide@CERN-Geneva residency at CERN in the CMS Experiment building from September 23rd to 29th.

This piece involves collaborative work with German artist Julius von Bismarck, Ars Electronica Prize Collide@CERN 2012 and also former resident in that institution. Julius von Bismarck will indeed adapt his lumino-kinetic installation Versuch Unter Kreisen for the needs of this creation. Thanks to this collaboration, QUANTUM is supported by Fondation d’entreprise Hermès in the frame of their New Settings programme for the performing arts.

The original music has been composed by Carla Scaletti and will incorporate real data from the LHC. The costumes have been created by Belgian fashion designer and visual artist Jean-Paul Lespagnard.

Choreography Gilles Jobin 
Dance Catarina Barbosa, Ruth Childs, Susana Panadés Díaz, Stanislas Charre, Martin Roehrich, Denis Terrasse 
Lumino-kinetic installation Julius von Bismarck 
Engineer Martin Schied 
Music Carla Scaletti 
Costumes Jean-Paul Lespagnard 
Costumes assistant Léa Capisano 
Scientific advisors Michael Doser, Nicolas Chanon (CERN physicists)

Production Cie Gilles Jobin - Geneva 
With the support of Fondation d’entreprise Hermès / New Settings program, Loterie Romande, Fondation Meyrinoise du Casino, Fondation Leenaards, Fondation Ernst Göhner 
In collaboration with Collide@CERN, Théâtre Forum Meyrin, CMS Experiment

Gilles Jobin and Julius von Bismarck have both been awarded Collide@CERN 2012 prizes 
QUANTUM is developed out of the Collide@CERN artists residencies 
Julius von Bismarck’s installation Versus unter Kreisen has been developed out of the Ars Electronica Collide@CERN artist residency and was exhibited for the first time at Festival Ars Electronica in Linz, Austria, in September 2012

Cie Gilles Jobin is supported by the City of Geneva, the Canton of Geneva and Pro Helvetia Swiss Arts Council Gilles Jobin is associated artist at Bonlieu Scène nationale Annecy, France

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