Stéréoscopia, as a tribute paid to the Florentine painter Jacopo Chimenti, is seeking the relief, the gap between two nearly similar images in order to access a new perception.

This is the vision of a horizontal world in which the right and the left unbalance the perception which is between desire and fear of falling and inversion of the frame, between attraction and repulsion, between one’s body and the body of the other.

Between these two bodies which are getting closer and moving away, which are brushing against each other and where objects come to reveal the movement of emotions and their potential, sounds are creating a gap between what one sees and what one hears.

The stereo space is the one offered to each spectator by the audio headphones.
The scope space is created by a low border on the opening of the theatre setting.

Stéréoscopia was created on November 30th 2014 at the Centre chorégraphique national of Rillieux-la-Pape, in the frame of Bamboo, European Network.


Conceived and directed by: Vincent Dupont
Performed by: Ariane Guitton, Aline Landreau
Music, sound: Maxime Fabre
Light design: Arnaud Lavisse
Set: Vincent Dupont in collaboration with Sylvain Giraudeau and Marc Chevillon
Costumes: Eric Martin, Morgane Dufour
Voice work: Valérie Joly
Artistic collaboration: Myriam Lebreton


Production: J’y pense souvent (…)
Coproduction: Centre chorégraphique national de Rillieux-la-Pape for Bamboo European NetworkThéâtre de NîmesThéâtre de la Ville, ParisEspaces pluriels, PauLe Vivat, scène conventionnée d’ArmentièresLe Carré-Les Colonnes, Saint-Médard-en-Jalles/Blanquefort
With the support of Arcadi Île de France.

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© Photo – Marc Domage