Performance followed by a talk with the audience
For Imed Jemaa, a Tunisian contemporary dancer and choreographer, body and movement are vectors of the story of the other and of oneself. Inspired by the movements of everyone he has worked with, he has embarked on a process of bodily reappropriation, pondering the trade he has pursued for more than 20 years. OMDA-SHOW is a particular wound, the suffocation of artistic and natural speech in a society that mutilates aspirations. Rooted in everyday gestures, this amounts to a reset. To rebuild but in a better way?
The audience is invited to take part in the exchanges in this hybrid event crossing between workshop-lecture, master class and show. It fits in with the thematic series of the 19th Festival du Monde Arabe de Montréal: Songs of mutants, on the shores of Gibraltar.