Compagnie Héliotropion // Paris - France
The company Héliotropion was created in 2001, as a place of exchange, meeting and research between artists from different artistic horizons and nationalities. With a multidisciplinary approach, the company Héliotropion develops a creative work, breaking the boundaries of different artistic fields…
The main research axis could be condensed into these few words: to explore and stage the creative dimension of the human being confronted with today’s world, and to experiment with new forms of writing for the performing arts.
The themes that inspire her creations are varied, always with the idea of meeting.
Encounter between the arts, but also between individuals and cultures.
Our company produces shows (medium and small forms), performances, in situ creations, specially adapted to places and audiences.
For several years now, our artistic workers have been developing creative and awareness-raising work in various countries (Italy, Poland, Germany, Hungary, Syria, Morocco, Armenia, Brazil) with some French Cultural Centres and cultural structures.
Lelastiko // Brescia - Italy
The structure develops research in the field of choreography and performance, with the aim of encouraging the choice of unconventional scenic spaces, used as performance zones, for a different use of the show. Lelastiko carries out an intense professional training activity. on the local and national territory, and internationally.
Many artists, choreographers and dancers are invited to participate in specific projects designed and organized by Lelastiko.
The synergy of different disciplines, the testimony and professionalism of each artist support the practice of training and the study of the performing arts.
Circus Schatzinsel // Berlin - Germany
A contemporary circus structure located in the centre of Berlin focused on the education and training of children and young people. Punctual programming of shows.
For years now, Circus Schatzinsel has been carrying out international projects in partnership with other structures in Europe.