Welcome in our virtual theater. From here you have access to the live streamings for which you bought tickets, and to all the online talks accessible for free.
STREAM OF THOUGHTS
Stream of Thoughts is a programme of online encounters that accompanies the festival. In journeying through the nuances inherent in the idea of contamination – via reflections around exchange, togetherness, transmission, (r)evolution, and coloniality – the live streams will punctuate the month of May.
Fania Noël-Thomassaint, Mireille-Tsheusi Robert & Sarah Diedro Jordão
Fania Noël-Thomassaint and Mireille-Tsheusi Robert will each present an analysis of the ambivalence between the stigma of uncleanliness that can exist, especially in times of pandemic, on Black bodies.
Chassol & Saskia De Ville
For the opening of Stream of Thoughts, musician and composer Chassol will go into discussion musicologist and journalist Saskia De Ville about the creative process of Chou.
Korakrit Arunanondchai & Diana Campbell Betancourt
Audiovisual Thai artist Korakrit Arunanondchai, currently presenting No History in a Room Filled with People with Funny Names 5 in Brigittines, will take us along an hour of screenings of a selection of work.
Pélagie Gbaguidi & Lisette Lagnado
In conversation with the curator and writer Lisette Lagnado, artist Pélagie Gbaguidi analyzes the topics of barter and exchange at the center of the artistic project Zona de Troc II.
Cecilia Vicuña & Sonali Gupta
Artist and poet Cecilia Vicuña will share a reflection on language as contamination and migration.
Rolando Vázquez Melken & Amanda Piña
A conversation between choreographer Amanda Piña and sociologist Rolando Vázquez Melken tracing the genealogy of the colonial difference, which is present in the conquest dances.
The Living and The Dead Ensemble
Members of The Living and The Dead Ensemble, led by writer and producer Olivier Marboeuf, and joined by guests, will reflect on the themes that run through their creations.
Saidiya Hartman, Okwui Okpokwasili & Adeola Naomi Aderemi
Author and researcher Saidiya Hartman and choreographer and artist Okwui Okpokwasili reflect together on the topics of sisterhood, self-transformation and finding the strength to construct oneself.