The idea of constructing ourselves with others rather than in opposition to them is fundamental to Latifa Laâbissi’s work, which is imbued with the values of sharing and hybridisation. Her work at the CCN2 in Grenoble and the Triangle in Rennes takes dance into new choreographic and performance-related territories, redefining formats and making signs and bodies circulate in refreshing new ways. Nadia Lauro’s set design acts as a physical, tactile translation of the idea of connection. White Dog is like a danced musical score: “Sidesteps, backsteps, dodges and twists create a polyphonic whirl of composite, interwoven figures, breaking down borders and dragging us out of the rut of our assigned roles”.
Co-production Festival de Marseille
MEETING with the artistic team July 5 after the performance