With readings and performances by: Peter Dietze, Alban Lefranc, Noémi Lefebvre, Aurélie Maurin, Jayrôme C. Robinet
Hosted by: Aurélie Maurin
DJ: Ran Huber
Who claims that MER GELÉE isn’t for dogs? They rummage in between lines, leap across borders, cling to the heals of law enforcers and then await you, tail wagging, ears pricked, and with their entire dog love. Mer gelée is the journal, that dogs bring to the beds of those without home, a journal in German and French, which speaks all languages, a journal of friends who think little of anachronistic borders, who decide on going to one place or another, everywhere, without bothering with nations or the Schengen area, a journal, that thinks in its own language. What is more necessary, more beautiful, than traveling towards platitudes and grand ideas, to take nothing with you, but the decision to stay alive? An evening to steal extinct stars from the sky, an evening on which the ice will break under the steps of surveyors who know nothing about reading maps. Alban Lefranc, Noémi Lefebvre, Aurélie Maurin present Mer gelée with readings, performances and some atomic, un-colonial ideas.
The queer author Jayrôme C. Robinet as also been invited: he writes on the fringe of the lyrical, performative and dramatic and creates a new phonetic poetic.
To conclude the evening: DJ Ran Huber
Admission: 5 €