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le bénéfice du doute.(2012) creation
Christian Rizzo dares to tackle the benefit of the doubt, he dares to defy its grip and to detach himself from the plastic elegance which characterizes the works he has been engraving for ten years on the other side of our times’ impatient turmoil He is a polyphonic artist who has worked in rock music, design and plastic arts and he inserts his worlds in between ghosts and vanities, presence and disappearance. His art spurts out in the vacillation of desire, the uncertain murmur of unfinished stories, the shadows of mysterious rituals which move objects and bodies by precise combinations and slow metamorphoses. And so he dares…to branch off and deal differently with the stage: basing his work on the bodies, or rather on the space between them, and shape it with movement. In le bénéfice du doute, a piece for seven performers, Christian Rizzo reverses his writing technique and strips the stage of artifacts so as to set up the composition of void and shifting perspectives, create a tension between group and duo, uniting his unquiet dreams with Robin Rimbaud - Scanner’s electronic tones and Caty Olive’s lights.
concept, choreography & costumes Christian Rizzo lights Caty Olive original music Robin Rimbaud - Scanner with Philippe Chosson, Yoann Demichelis, Kerem Gelebek, Julie Guibert, Christophe Ives, I Fang Lin, Lola Rubio