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LE TIRET DU SIX
"Le tiret du six", litteraly "six-dash", is a french expression used to disambiguate the dash ("-") from the underscore ("_"). Indeed, on AZERTY keyboards (PC only), this character is situated on the same key as the number 6. What's funny is that the dash already has a name in french (it's called a "trait d'union"), but somehow the metaphor of the keyboard has elbowed its way in the language of everyday.
LA SERRE arts vivants (Montréal)
Le Vivat (Armentières)
La Bellonne (Bruxelles)
Maison Folie Wazemme (Lille)
Théâtre de Poche (Hédé-Bazouges)
La Gaîté Lyrique (Paris)
Le Centquatre (Paris)
Many Thanks :
Mathilde Maillard, Jacques-Daniel Pillon, Alice Broyelle, David-Olivier Lartigaud, Michel Lepetitdidier, CLIS XXI.
Inspired by the now fading trend of LAN-PARTIES (when people physicaly gathered in flats or municipal halls to play videogames over a week-end and socialize), this project is about guiding a non-expert group (2 performers for ±50 persons) in both technical & narrative experiments to explore the diverse array of FEELINGS and political issues at stake in the digital society.
Samuel Hackwill - he's the one writing the project
Jacob Lyon - maïeutics & gaffer-tape
Antoine Defoort - external perspective & reality check
Thomas Riou - producer