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In Performance: A Sunday Of Experimental Live Performances (Paris, France)

In Performance: A Sunday Of Experimental Live Performances (Paris, France)

Dimanche Rouge #6 – A Sunday Of Experimental Live Performances
Noo-Tek (Paris, France)
14h-midnight
11 rue Gambetta, 93500 Pantin
Metro Eglise de Pantin, Line 5
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Dimanche Rouge is an international experimental performance event based in Paris, France, taking place every third Sunday of the month. Dimanche Rouge showcases a variety of performances including but not limited to multimedia, audiovisual, sound, graffiti, actions, dance, body art, and interventions. In addition, experimental performers whose work is not generally seen in art venues, such as masseurs, coiffures, cooks, knitters, tatoo designers, and jewelry makers are welcomed to participate and invite members of the public to carry out their performances. Finally, Dimanche Rouge also exhibits installations, photographs, and paintings by artists performing at the events.

Some of the artists performing at Dimanche Rouge #6 / Quelques-un/es des artistes artistes qui seront a Dimanche Rouge #6

SPECIAL PERFORMANCES AND INSTALLATIONS
The Lumiaks, installation and performance (Angie Eng, USA, and Sofi Hemon, Fance)

Un escargot vide?, Emi Uda and Bayu Widodo, graffiti stop motion animation (France, Indonesia, Japan)

Francis Powell, live painting (UK)

PROGRAM

15h – The Incredible Dreamheadz, multimedia artist and composer (UK)
16h –  Les Idiotes, no action (France)
16h30 – Human Koala, sound art (France)
17h30 – Alexandre Pombo-Mendes/ Mathilda Noor, performance art (France)
18h30 – E _ R é B U S, harmoniques, bifurcations, chaos (France)
19h30 – Eva Peel/ Laurence Shroeder, dance and music (France)
20h – Un escargot vide? live drawing and sound performance  (France, Japan)
21h – Inês d’ Almeÿ, performance/dance (Portugal)
22h – Anne Horel, show of sound and lights (France)
22h30 – Talia Beck, dance and choreography (Israel)
23h – VJ Eletroiman, VJ and multimedia, winner of VJ Torna and director of Visual Brasil (Brazil)

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