Love me two times
© Mirjam Devriendt

PROJECT

Love me two times (2002)

In his graduation project, Etienne Guilloteau attempts to create a portrait without origins, or that which is left over of a portrait, a signifier without signified. What remains are the traces that testify ofthe different ‘possibles’ of a person. Rather than telling a story, they appeal directly to the memory ofthe spectator, who fills in and recomposes the gap between these fragments. Love me two times is a thoughtful exploration of memory, being, and physicality.

“When I use my memory, I ask it to produce whatever it is that I wish to remember. Some things are produced immediately; some are forthcoming only after a delay, as though they were being brought out from some hiding places; spilling from the memory, thrusting themselves upon us when what wewant is something quite different, as much as to say: “Perhaps we are what we want to remember.”

Augustine

Past Dates

March 2005

08/03
Die Theater (Wien)
09/03
Die Theater (Wien)
11/03
Die Theater (Wien)

December 2004

11/12
Maison de la Culture (Grenoble)

October 2004

16/10
cc Kortrijk (Kortrijk)

September 2004

11/09
cc Hasselt (Hasselt)

May 2004

14/05
Mousonturm (Frankfurt)
15/05
Mousonturm (Frankfurt)

March 2004

21/03
Le Gymnase/Dans a Lille/Dans in Kortrijk (Roubaix)
27/03
La Norville (Norville)

March 2004

27/02
Beursschouwburg (Brussel)

November 2003

06/11
Studio Theatre/Yorkshire (Leeds)

June 2003

19/06
Tanzhaus NRW (Dusseldorf)
20/06
Tanzhaus NRW (Dusseldorf)
21/06
Tanzhaus NRW (Dusseldorf)

March 2003

27/02
wpZimmer/Amperdans (Antwerpen)
28/02
wpZimmer/Amperdans (Antwerpen)

Credits

Creation and dance: Etienne GuilloteauMusic: Loren Mazzacane Connor’s Portrait of a soul & The Edwin Hawkins Singer’s Oh happy dayThanks to: Claire Croizé, Jonathan Burrows & Matteo FargionProduction: P.A.R.T.S. and wpZimmer