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(LA)HORDE is a group of three artists formed in 2013 who have been joint directors of the Ballet National de Marseille since 2019: Marine Brutti, Jonathan Debrouwer and Arthur Harel. (LA)HORDE explores the political dimension of dance and focuses on popular choreographic forms, from raves to folk dancing and jumpstyle.

Dance lies at the heart of their work, and (LA)HORDE develops choreographic pieces, films, performances and installations with groups on the margins of mainstream culture such as the seventy-year-olds of Void Island, the blind dancers of Night Owl, and more recently the “jumpers” of To Da Bone and the Georgian dancers of the Ballet Iveroni in Marry Me In Bassiani. Their exploration of new on-line dynamics relating to the circulation and representation of dance and the body has led them to develop the concept of “post-internet dance”.


Working with a variety of media, (LA)HORDE explores the almost endless serendipity of this new territory and looks at the spirit of revolt that drives the communities with which the collective works in a non-hierarchical way. Room With A View, featuring 22 dancers of 14 different nationalities, is their first show since they arrived at the CCN Ballet National de Marseille in September 2019.


Édition 2021

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