If the Sainte-Chapelle of Paris invite to meditation, the ARISE piece, created within it, tends to experience the opposite movement: the opening and search for transparency that Tommy Pascal has been able to magnify in a film: I remember saying goodbye. Thanks to the director's subtle eye, inhabited by the expression of the body in movement, the relationship to music as a link between dance, heritage places and in-situ journeys is highlighted.
Director Tommy Pascal
Video producer Les Films Jack Fébus
Choreographers Christian and François Ben Aïm
Musical composition Piers Faccini
Interpreters Piers Faccini, Louis Gillard, Christian and François Ben Aïm
Christian and François Ben Aïm
The Ben Aïm brothers are french dancer-choreographers who have developed a rich body of work consisting of some twenty original productions during their twenty-year partnership, strengthened by collaborations with other artists from diverse backgrounds. Their story reads like a ploughed furrow, dug with the expertise of field workers liaising with performance spaces and communities.