Photo by Estelle Hanania
A crowd of young adults possessed by a contagious excitement poses a question: How much do we desire violence?
2018.10.6 (SAT) – 10.7 (SUN)
October 6 (Sat) 19:00-
October 7 (Sun) 16:00–◎＊
◎Childcare service available. Please contact the Kyoto Experiment Office for more information.
Venue : South Hall
Performance Time：90 min.
Audiences aged 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult.
Born in 1976, Gisèle Vienne is a franco-austrian artist, choreographer and director. After graduating in Philosophy she studied puppeteering at the L’Ecole Supérieure Nationale des Arts de la Marionnette. Vienne works regularly with, among others, the writer Dennis Cooper, the musicians Peter Rehberg and Stephen O’Malley and the light designer Patrick Riou. In collaboration with Dennis Cooper, Vienne has choreographed and directed fourteen works which have been presented at institutions such as Volksbühne Berlin and international festivals such as Festival d’Avignon. Since 2005 she has also frequently exhibited photographs and installations. This year L’Association de la Critique awarded Vienne the Grand Prix award in dance for her work CROWD. Following This is How You Will Disappear in 2010, this marks Vienne’s second appearance at Kyoto Experiment.
Kyoto International Performing Arts Festival Executive Committee
(Kyoto City, ROHM Theatre Kyoto [Kyoto City Music Art Cultural Promoting Foundation],
Kyoto Art Center [Kyoto Arts and Culture Foundation],
Kyoto Performing Arts Center at Kyoto University of Art and Design)
KYOTO EXPERIMENT Ticket Center TEL.075-213-0820
Ticket PricesAdult Advance ¥3,500 / Day ¥4,000
Youth, Students Advance ¥3,000 / Day ¥3,500
High School Students & Younger Advance and Day both ¥1,000
Pair ¥6,500 (Advance Only)
Youth Tickets: available for those aged 25 and under.
Tickets on Sale
Same day tickets will be available for each performance at the
venue box office one hour before the performance starts.
The latest information on ticket availability will be updated
below at 11:30am on the day of each performance.
We also accept ticket availability inquiries by phone.
Ticket Center: 075-213-0820 (11:00-19:00).
Please contact the Kyoto Experiment Office for more information.
Details will be announced at a later date.