Lygia Clark, Bruce Nauman, Augusto Boal, La Monte Young, Bertolt Brecht, Viola Spolin, Tom Marioni, Pauline Oliveiros, Asger Jorn… so many artists, actors, musicians who have marked the history of performance and theater with their proposals . Guided by the artist Clara Gensburger and her CVP or Living Performance Performances, a group of hearing-impaired children hosted by the association Fil d’Ariane / Sessad de Nevers were able to take over their protocols and exercises. In an essentially fun dynamic – it was up to everyone to play their part – it was a question for the participants of discovering, through their own body in action, a whole section of the history of art. The series of workshops ended with a public activation as part of a fair organized outdoors by the artist.
At the same time, a specific visit to the collections of the Center Pompidou came to broaden the discovery of contemporary art.
With the support of the Handicap & Society Fund (Mutuelle Intégrance) and Fil d’Ariane.
Clara Gensburger (1985, lives and works in Paris) develops a performance-oriented approach. In recent years, she has undertaken to revisit the major figures, reappropriating protocols, activating them and causing them to activate. In general, transmission and sharing with the public are an integral part of his practice. Thus it offers performance manuals, online klaraoké devices accessible to everyone.