Aurélie Gandit returns to the stage for a solo, a moment on her artistic path that is once again written in balance between dance and the visual arts, a piece nourished by ecofeminism and spiritual practices gleaned in India and elsewhere in recent years. The dance she deploys in this piece echoes the mythical text of the Song of Songs, like a love song for gesture, whether choreographic or visual. This river-poem, performed and commented on many times, plays with an overflowing sensuality and a disconcerting eroticism in the middle of the pages of the Bible. The choreographic gesture reveals the richness of the polysemy of these lines and the originality of the form of the text, as well as the awakening of the senses which - under the guise of spiritual exegesis - is transformed into a burning feminist banner in which feminine-masculine equality is at last fully accomplished and celebrated. Mystical and absolute love. Yes, that love. That love, which is there everywhere and all the time but which we find so hard to recognise and welcome. This love without limits, burning, without identity, without sex, without gender. This love that burns everything.From 14 years old.
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