Oubeyd Ayari & Marwa Manai

"The Nausea of John Paul Sartre gives us three busy, lively and intense minutes at the end of which the idea was born. The present: to examine it, examine it, name it. Confined, how to create a performance, how to interact with an audience, how to leave the live, the podcast, the recorded, the mediatized, to rename the relationship to the other and his entourage? The answer is to create protocols that emanate from experience, ephemeral and in which one participates at home. Is there anything more obvious than the sun? The stage is the roof of your house, the scenography is the view, the sky. The protocols are varied but all revolve around a collective sensory experience that serves to create a banal mystique by generating meaning in the nothingness of the special, the common." 

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