Photo : Faire © Yann Peucat
Collectif FAIR(E), withe the support of Tombées de la Nuit, presents
FAIR(E) Opening
The new team of CCNRB

The dance that drives FAIR(E) is a kind of self-taught outsider art with universal values that enable dialogue with other aesthetics, and engagement with real life.

The FAIR(E) collective has been heading up the Rennes and Brittany national centre for choreography since January 2019, and believes in using action as a way of seeing the world, taking ownership of the immediate surroundings through action and reaction, and injecting desire, poetry, fairness, imagination, joy, sharing and commonality to the max.

Bouside Ait Atmane, Iffra Dia, Johanna Faye, Céline Gallet, Linda Hayford, Saïdo Lehlouh, Marion Poupinet and Ousmane Sy hail from the world of hip hop and its influences. They are part of a new generation of choreographers taking an innovative approach to governance, new socially-minded production methods and a whole host of actions for and with others, and especially young people.

They invite you to discover the first fruits of the project designed for the Rennes and Brittany national centre for choreography (CCN de Rennes et de Bretagne) on 3, 4 and 5 May. Come and take part in discussions and exchanges and, most importantly, join the party!

Sunday 05 May 2019
10:30 > 17:00
Le Garage, 18 Rue André et Yvonne Meynier, Rennes

More information > 02 99 63 88 22 •
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