VIDEO — At Châtelet second part of the Paradoxe Palace triptych which features inmates and circus performers. A spectacle that is at once social, political and artistic. We were at rehearsals
Flouzthis is the name – a bit reductive and catchy – of the show with which the Châtelet continues its triptych Paradox Palace – artistic, social and political experience at the same time. The first part, Watchwas presented last season, Flouz is on display this year and next year it will be Match – Olympic Games oblige!
On stage there is obviously a set, music and costumes, but it is through the participation of the artists that director Olivier Fredj innovates. He entrusted the interpretation of these three pieces to people from civil society (prison, Epadh, hospital) and to professionals. So, for Flouzhe asked the prison administration and the Meaux detention center to choose inmates likely to participate in the experiment.
With his two acolytes, pianist Shani Diluka and DJ and electro music producer Matias Aguayo, Olivier Fredj wanted the interior of an ATM to be his setting, and of course…