Eve 3.0

Eve 3.0 is a creative process intended to serve as a case study for experimentation and research. The work is a hybrid performance of live contemporary dance and virtual reality, in which the audience participates in six narratives by dancing with both real and virtual actors, immersed in a multi-sensory experience.

The experience makes us reflect on common and widespread extreme states of consciousness such as addiction, anxiety, depression, obsession, jealousy and paranoia. Through the movements of the virtual bodies of six main characters, the stories question the recurring causes of these states of consciousness, and underline the encouragement to dialogue and sharing that the engagement of the body can generate.

May 2nd, 2024: prototype @ Dance and/or technology, Agora du Cœur des Sciences de l'UQAM, Montreal (Canada). https://dancetech.ca
February 27 and 29, 2024: prototype @ Department of Health, Medical and Neuropsychology, VR Lab Space, Leiden University (The Netherlands)
November 16, 2023: prototype @ Les Rencontres ArTeC, Paris
October 14, 2023: prototype @ ZED Festival, Bologna (Italy)
June 25, 2023: prototype @ PAN Festival, Riva del Garda (Italy)
May 19 to 21, 2023: prototype @ Tifawt Rabat Digital Arts, Rabat (Morocco)
April 12 to 16, 2023: prototype @ Recto VRso Festival, Laval Virtual (France)


Choreography and Artistic direction: Margherita Bergamo Meneghini

Scriptwriter and Stage assistance: Veronica Boniotti

VR Interaction Concept: Daniel González-Franco

Real-time VR development and graphic design: John Desnoyers-Stewart

Music composer and sound designer: Dale Nichols

Visual design: Kirstin Huber and Amira-Sade Moodie (watercolor painter)

Costume design: Agnese Riaudo

Creative producer: Mark Lee

Associate producer: Linda Gabbay

Associate producer: François Klein

Storyboard: Ari Schneider

Photography: Audrey Planchet, Pietro Lepore, Julia Gaes

Audiovisual support: Jade Annest, Émilie Léveillé, Aurélien Duval, Pietro Lepore

Proofreading: Mark Lee, Audrey Planchet

Motion capture: Anastasiia Ternova, Justine Waller

Film 360 producer and co-writer: Mark Lee

Film 360 production manager: Maria Leon Arraez

Film 360 camera operator: Thomas Bresard

Film 360 post production : Maxime Beucher

Film 360 styling: Maeva Blanchard, Juliette Launay

Film 360 choreography assistance: Camille Nerry

Live performer : Élise Boileau

Motion Capture dancers: Élise Boileau, Camille Chevalier, Benjamin Labruyère

Film 360 dancers: Maude Doublet-Viguié, David Fleury, Alexi Mondet, Lola Montaut, Charline Regnier, Mélissa Vaurin, Camille Nerry

Voices over : Maude Doublet-Viguié, David Fleury, Alexi Mondet, Lola Montaut, Charline Regnier, Mélissa Vaurin, Brian Flanagan, Robert Flanagan, Paulina Ruiz Carballido, Stéphanie Lorant, Inès Barragan, Élise Boileau, Remy Giordano, Jean-François Jégo, Ivana Miño, Audrey Planchet, Joahn Volmar, Ute Kohlmann, Veronica Boniotti, Giuseppe Claudio Insalaco, Riccardo Pieretti, Emanuele Regi, collettivo Arte delle Muse

Production: Compagnie Voix

Supported in development by Digital Rise, with the participation of Seesaw Project.

With the support of Culture Moves Europe, EUR ArTeC, France Active Bourgogne, FDVA, Département de Saône-et-Loire, Région Bourgogne-Franche-Comté, Château Éphémère - Fabrique sonore et numérique, Artdam Longvic, Laval Virtual Center & Recto VRso festival, the provision of studios at CN D - Centre national de la danse Paris and at DansBlok Leiden.

Thanks to Edesta University Paris 8, School of Interactive Arts and Technology at Simon Fraser University (Vancouver BC), BeAnotherLab, Omnipresenz, Institut Marey I3M Université de Bourgogne Dijon, L'Atheneum Dijon and Le Centquatre-Paris.

This work has benefited from state aid managed by the National Research Agency under the Future Investments program bearing the reference ANR-17-EURE-0008.

This work was produced with the financial assistance of the European Union. The views expressed herein can in no way be taken to reflect the official opinion of the European Union.

« Eve 3.0 » is conceived as a conceptual evolution of the creation « Eve, dance is an unplaceable place ».