Les songes d’Antoine
Antoine lives all alone in a golden cave upon which grows a miniature landscape. He is visited by a hairy wind-ball, a remote-controlled rabbitbird, and a voluptuous prehistoric Venus. He himself is a human sculpture that parents will recognise as ‘L’homme Qui Marche’ by Giacometti. The Dreams of Antoine is a hilariously entertaining tour through art history, fit to tickle all ages.
Les Songes d’Antoine is a wordless adaptation of the performance Ermitilogie as part of Kinderkunstendag, on 18 november in M and STUK.