Compagnie Voix is an international choreographic research project applying new media.
Our goal is to place the audience at the center of the experience.We create choreographies from the analysis of languages, to go beyond the forms, and to draw from what is the conscience. Through this, we seek the horizontal diffusion of the practice of dance.
Think with the body
Eve, dance is an unplaceable place
Two days of theatrical computing in Lyon
Published on 13.10.2022
Rémi Ronfard, research director at Inria, Institut national de recherche en sciences et technologies du numérique, at Université Grenoble Alpes, conceived the Journées d'Informatique Théâtrale (JIT) in 2020 in Grenoble, with the idea of bringing together researchers, artists and computer scientists of the French-speaking theater scene, who claim a theatrical practice that uses computers as a means of expression and/or a composition tool. Based on the musical computer model, the JIT observes the emergence of new practices of design, staging, documentation, annotation and archiving of creative processes, as well as issues of mediation with the public.
Conference-performance to observe the digital environment
Published on 06.06.2022
After a further three-day residency at the Espace Marey UB Dijon with the project "RéticulationS" from 1st to 3rd June, and the setting up of a multidisciplinary meeting in the form of a conference on 3rd June, we opened the doors of the rehearsal room to see and observe an example of approach of creation starting from the body, as in the case of contemporary dance, in a digital environment.
Dare to be Ferrater
Published on 22.05.2022
In a fews months, Meritxell Gené had produced a complete album inspired and dedicated to the great Catalan poet Gabriel Ferrater, born in 1922 and deceased in 1972, for which homage is paid in this year 2022. Here is some documentation of the show, a one hour journey in the life and creation of this intellectual, thanks to the participation of several artists, Ricardo Salas, Estel Solé, Guillamino, Santi Careta, and the co-production of Festival Barnasants and Teatre Auditori Sant Cugat.