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[Theatre]

Judith Nab

My house, the rest of the world (and beyond)

From 6 to 15 October
Fred Debrock

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Access Porte de la Villette :
Metro : Line 7
Bus : Line 139, 150, 152
Tram : Ligne T3b
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Date

From October 6th to 10th
Tuesday to Thursday at 4pm, 5pm, 6pm
Friday at 3pm, 4pm, 5pm, 6pm, 7pm, 8pm
Saturday and Sunday at 11am, 12pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm, 5pm, 6pm, 7pm
Rest on Octobre 9th

Duration : 45 min

Between reality and imagination, My house, the rest of the world (and beyond) is a theatrical installation. With videos, interviews, light, special effects and optical illusions, Judith Nab creates a little house in a landscape! → for audiences 8 and up

THE INSTALLATION

The theatrical installation is shaped as a house in a landscape, which symbolizes our world and everything that happens inside and outside of that world. The house is made of film-images so it can transform into any desirable space. The audience is invited into the house and takes a look from there, to see the world through the eyes of children and free-thinkers, as they see thousands of possibilities and to consider every restriction merely as a delay.

On the walls of the space surrounding the house, the landscapes of the outside world are visualized, going from filmed to painted landscapes or abstract sketches. During the course through the installation, the visitor is part of the world where events take place.