Ballet for robot vacuum cleaners
A man is waiting to be served for a candle-lit dinner accompanied by romantic music.
Here, the service is automated and managed by artificial intelligence with somewhat limited capacities. Robots move about randomly and come and go in the space, creating a hypnotic dance.
During the performance, their behaviour is increasingly disordered and they even seem to have human intentions.
A question of balance, on the edge of the precipice, an accident is never far away.
— The stage can be shared with Les Râteaux de l'Amour by Aurélien Georgeault-Loch. —
September, 16 to 22 — Panique au Parc, OFF du Festival de marionnettes de Charleville-Mézières (08)
All audiences, 8 years and over
Duration: 25 min
Staging Olivier Rannou
Construction & performance Morien Nolot, Olvier Rannou
Artistic collaboration Ariel Doron
Light design Alan Floc'h
Project support and development Charlène Faroldi, Louise Gérard, Sandrine Hernandez
Coproduction L’Hopitau - Laboratoire des Arts de la marionnette, La Chapelle-sur-Erdre (35) • Théâtre de Cuisine, Marseille (13) • Centre culturel de Liffré (35)
Pre-licence Le Théâtre de Laval, Centre National de la MArionnette
Residence hosts : Jungle-Lieu partagé, Le Rheu / Théâtre de Poche - Hédé-Bazouges
With the financial help of Brittany Regional Department of Culture, the Brittany Regional Council, the Departmental Authorithy of Ille-et-Vilaine and the City of Rennes.