Violaine Lochu


Eden/B4 revolves around the notion of choir, symbol of siblings and the experience of companionship. Traditionally, choirs distinguish performers according to their age and gender. On the contrary, it is a question of creating an Adelphe choir, a queer term which designates siblings or sorority, thought out of any reference to the notion of gender. This gesture of deconstruction thus aims to find an a-gendered voice (the one before the moult, when boy and girl have a common range) but also a genderless body. The performance opens space-time to a world “before the fall”, while Eve and Adam are not yet aware of their nudity, a metaphor for the time when the child is not yet sexed.

Fri 12 Nov 2021 13:00
Sat 13 Nov 2021 13:00


M Leuven


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no language

M collection galleries

duration: 30 min

short interventions during the opening hours