Do Disturb, performance music dance films installations talks
The performance arts festival – as a moment of exploration through unmarked territories of contemporary creation, Do Disturb probes unexpected performative practices, on the crossroads between disciplines.
The festival is a platform of exchanges between a national and international network of artists and creation sites. So it is that the Palais de Tokyo’s programme will include propositions from Centrale Fies (Dro, IT), Triangle France(Marseille, FR), BAR Project (Barcelona, SP), Gasworks(London, UK), the Centre Wallonie-Bruxelles (Paris, FR) the Watermill Center (Water Mill, USA) and the Centre national de la danse – CN D (Pantin, FR).
Boiler Room will also be invited both day and night to put forward a video, musical and performance programme, via its new online platform 4:3, devoted to videos and alternative cultures.
During this three days, the visitors can freely and non-hierachically access to the exhibitions and Palais de Tokyo areas!
With:Jimmy Beauquesne, Mehdi Besnainou, Melanie Bonajo, Claude Cattelain, Mercedes Dassy, Matty Davis & Ben Gould, Dewey Dell, Ophélie Demurger, Lacey Dorn, Hoël Duret & Tanguy Malik Bordage, Caz Egelie, Arthur Eskenazi, Ingri Fiksdal, Gery Georgieva, Miles Greenberg, Kristin Helgebostad, I FIGLI DI MARLA, Jacopo Jenna, Nile Koetting, La Horde, Reza Mirabi, Catarina Miranda, Michael Portnoy, Delphine Roche, Sara Sadik, Victoria Sin & Shy One, Yoan Sorin, Harley Swedler, Koichiro Tamura
Projections de Boiler Room
‘Bixa Travesty’ (aka ‘Tranny Fag’), 2018
‘SHAKEDOWN’, Leilah Weinraub (Hood By Air), 2018
‘NSFW’, 2019, 5 films courts de Brooke Candy, Sarah Nicole Francois et d’autres encore ! Commissioned by 4:3, 2019
General curator of the festival/ Vittoria Matarrese
Project managers/ Alice Giudicenti & Manon Klein avec Lena Peyrard
Assisted by/ Léa Derville et Constance Riva
Associate Technical director associé/ Julien Bahuau
General logistics manager/ Gilles Séclin