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First there is rhythm, the sounds of immemorial time, unceasing and obsessive. From this rhythm is born the communion of seven dancers, a fusion of energies and bodies, the power of the community with its inherent violence and weaknesses.
On the border between the sacred and the profane, between frenetic modernity and ancestral rituals, Näss challenges contradictory physical states and affirms the fusion between the popular and urban aspects of hip-hop. It questions its proper roots tracing their evolution until today. Sources of inspiration are the regional dances of Morocco taskiwine and regadda, as well as the mysticism of the Gnawa tradition.
“The history of the famous band Nass el Ghiwane* from the 1970s in North Africa has been of key inspiration to me. Their lyrics reminded me of the strange connection with the anti-establishment current of rap and hip-hop from the same period in the United States. I discovered a type of hip-hop that is more spiritual, impregnated with ancestral traditions.” – Fouad Boussouf
Choreographer: Fouad Boussouf
Coproduction: Théâtre Jean Vilar - Vitry-sur-Seine
Le Prisme - Élancourt
Institut du Monde Arabe - Tourcoing
Fontenay-en-Scènes - Fontenay-sous-bois
Théâtre des Bergeries - Noisy-le-Sec
La Briqueterie - CDCN du Val-de-Marne
Le FLOW - Pôle Culture Ville de Lille
Institut Français de Marrakech