Léa Drouet (FR/BE)
Léa Drouet is a director. She has a degree in stage direction from the Institut National Supérieur des Arts de la Scène de Bruxelles (I.N.S.A.S.), and has been living and working in Brussels since 2010. Her work takes different forms and flows between installation, theater and performance. She founded VAISSEAU in 2014, a production house that tries to adapt to already existing styles and formats and to those still to come.
Despite the diversity of styles, a constant interest in certain questions is clearly perceptible. What is a group? What is the aesthetic of these diverse human organizations? How can we address this in the realms of the senses, sounds, bodies and material matter? How to share aesthetic experiences that translate these different relational organizations?
As she is closely involved in the alternative music scene in Brussels, Léa often collaborates with a range of these musicians. She also likes to surround herself with artists who combine several disciplines, such as actors/dancers/performers, visual/writers, etc.
Lea Drouet: Violences
“We have never seen so much violence.” This seems to be the conclusion of our times on which most people would agree. But which “see” is it, and more precisely, which “world” is it referring to?
Rather than looking for the “correct representation” of violence, Léa Drouet intends to make us work on our vision to make us see differently through the alteration of representation. Firstly, to see differently in order to perceive other resolutions, other compositions, which under the blocks of opposition, sometimes sketch new articulations between singularities that “at first sight” seem to be opposed.
|Léa Drouet (FR/BE): Boundary Games||26.02.2018 - 11.03.2018||Budatoren|