Choreography: Eszter Salamon et Xavier Le Roy
Dance: Eszter Salamon
Music: Adolphe Adam
Part 2:"Recycled material to make an announced evening length program"
Or "The B side of Giszelle"
Or "Parts we had planned not to show"
Or "Some of Giszelle’s Garbage"
Or "The show you could have avoided"
Or "Some of Giszelle’s rushes"
Music: Love Inc., George Delerue, Adolphe Adam, Tom Willems, Barry Adamson, Szászcsávás Band, J.S. Bach, The Beegees, J. Brahms, Etienne de Crecy, L.v. Beethoven, Wyclef, H. Purcel, Madonna, Alec Empire, The Sugar Babes, Chicks on Speed, Michael Jackson, David Bowie, Angelo Badalamenti.
Production: Le Kwatt and in situ productions
Coproduction: SACD, and Festival d’Avignon 2001, for "le vif du sujet".
With the support from: TanzWerkstatt-Berlin, Podewil-Berlin, Kaai Theater-Bruxelles and the Senatsverwaltung für Wissenschaft, Forschung und Kultur-Berlin.
With thanks to: Kunsten Festival des Arts 2001 and Pierre Le Roy.
Created at the "Festival d’Avignon 2001" in the frame work of "Le Vif du Sujet" proposed by the SACD.
"When I dream, my body is the site, not only of the dream, but also of the dreaming and of the dreamer. In other words, in this case or in this language, I cannot separate subject from object, much less from the acts of perception. I have become interested in languages which I cannot make up, which I cannot create or even create in: I have become interested in languages which I can only come upon, a pirate upon buried treasure.
The dreamer, the dreaming, the dream.
I call these languages, languages of the body. There are, I suspect, a plurality or more of such languages. One such is the language that move through me or in me or... for I cannot separate language body and identity..." Kathy Acker