7 April {Thursday}

Na Grobli Studio (Studio Space), 30/32 Na Grobli Street


Screening of performance by Yves Lebreton. Introduced by Yves Lebreton

Thu 7 April 2016, 20:00–22:00

Na Grobli Studio, Studio Space

Admission free

Introduced by Yves Lebreton in French with English and Polish translation


Concept, direction and interpretation by Yves Lebreton; set design, costume, lights and music montage by Yves Lebreton; music by Gavis Bryars (‘Sinking of the Titanic’) and J.S. Bach (harpsichord concertos); premiered on 9 November 1996; Italy; 60’


The man.
A wait. 

On the border between the body and the space,
He holds still.
The steadiness of the moment places him on this watershed,
In the centre of imbalance and rebalance,
There where the eyes absorb the gaze
Like a mirror the reflected image.

Yves Lebreton

Yves Lebreton was born in Paris in 1946. He studied classical music: guitar, piano and cello (1962–1966), graphic arts and painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Paris (1963–1966) and corporeal mime in the school of Etienne Decroux in Paris (1964–1969). In 1969 in Denmark he founded the Theatre Atelier Studio 2 (under the auspices of the Inter-Scandinavian Laboratory Theatre for the Art of the Actor) and was its director until 1975.