Production CHRONIQUES 2020
Le monde après la pluie is an initiatory tale, a choreographic and video fable inspired by both a science fiction book by Philippe Curval and a painting by Max Ernst.
Through this immersive installation, the public follows a wandering hybrid entity, a mix of human, robot, mineral and plant. His melancholic stride and the slow transformation of his being, make him a symbolic facilitator to envision interdependent relationships between the living and the non-living, the visible and the invisible…
Presented as a surrealist epic, Le monde après la pluie provides the experience of a time suspended between past and future, between the material and the immaterial, a chance to consider other relationships with the world and the living and non-living which constitute it. What if accepting other life forms is the real odyssey of our time?
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Eva Medin is a French artist born in 1988 in Rio de Janeiro. She studied scenography at the Beaux Arts of Monaco, where she developed a style linked to choreographic movement and worked with choreographers such as the Monte-Carlo Ballet and Mathilde Monnier. She then graduated from the Decorative Arts school of Paris where she delved deeper into this legacy of the body using videography.
Eva Medin has developed a multidisciplinary vocabulary, a mix of immersive installations, performances, sculptures and videos. A visual artist and videographer, her working method brings together scenography, film making and anticipatory literature, with one central question: how can fiction enable us to reappropriate our future?
Creation produced in co-production with the CHRONIQUES platform, supported by the South Region, the City of Marseille and the French Institute in Paris, coordinated by SECONDE NATURE and ZINC.
Dancer and choregraph: Calixto Netto.
Sculptures réalized with Antoine Proux.
Video cinematographer / editing and writing assistance: Guillaume de la Forest Divonne.
Original music creation and sound effects: Micha Vanony (studio PHEBE’S).
Costume design: Anais Heureaux.
With the support of DRAC Île-de-France and Beaux-Arts from Marseille – White Mountain College residence.