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Les Laboratoires d’Aubervilliers



La Monnaie / De Munt






Maureen Paley



Ménagerie de verre



Mercat de les flors – DanceHouse



Meyer Riegger



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Musée de la danse



Nanterre – Amandiers 



Onassis Foundation



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Parades for FIAC






Performance Exchange



Raven Row






Schauspielhaus Zürich



Southard Reid



Stedelijk Museum



Tanz im August



Tanzhaus Zürich



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Tate Modern



The Glass House



The Kitchen



Théâtre de la Ville



Théâtre National de Chaillot



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Kaserne Basel









Volksbühne Berlin



Walker Art Center



Whitney Museum





September/October 2021


September/October 2021

ARCHEOLOGIA Emmanuelle Huynh & Automat

Emmanuelle Huynh and the DJ Automat (Raphaël Vendramini) did not know one another, but wanted to work together. As is often the case in life, the context of their encounter was to determine its nature and outcome. Emmanuelle Huynh and Raphaël Vendramini see themselves as archeologists. Through sounds and gestures, they seek to reveal aspects of the stories, layers, and secrets, of the artworks they encounter during their performances.
At the Petit Palais, they engaged in a dialogue with the architecture of Charles Girault as well as with the works exhibited in the context of FIAC Projects. The melancholic movements of the Automat loops change our perception of the artworks. The spells woven in dance form by Emmanuelle Huynh increase their potential for immobility and movement.
Visitors  participate in a virtual – but nonetheless very real – exhibition tour. In the manner of ventriloquists, the bodies of Emmanuelle Huynh and Raphaël Vendramini are transformed into artworks in motion.




Parades for FIAC

18th October 2019

Petit Palais, Paris


Images (c) Marc Domage


Production Plateforme Múa
Coproduction Les spectacles vivants – Centre Pompidou
Access upon presentation of a FIAC badge or a ticket to the exhibitions of the Centre Pompidou