Adrián Regnier
Ana Barroso
Andrea Novoa
Anna Baranska
Clara Aparicio Yoldi
Cyril Galmich
Dan Lahiani
Daniel Seraphim
Daz Disley
Dianela Torres
Eija Temiseva
Fenia Kotsopoulou
Filomena Rusciano
Francesca Bonci
Francesca Fini
Francesca Leoni
Francesca Lolli
Franck McCauley
Furen Dai
Gabriel Desplanque
Gaetano Mastrocinque
Guilherme Bergamini
Isabel Perez del Pulgar
Isabel Perez/José Cruzio
Kappala Kumar
Kristina Paustian
Luis Lopes
Marcantonio Lunardi
Março Schiefelbein
Natalia Behaine
Natália de Mello
Pancrazio da Padova
Ruxandra Mitaxe
Salvatore Insana
Sevcan Sonmez
Silvia de Gennaro
Tales Frey
Thomas Hjornet
Tiziano Bellomi
Yao Cong

DAN ROBERT LAHIANI (Is), Jeu Claques, 8: 41, 2015

Jeu Claques is a video which explores mechanisms inside a couple. The performance brings forth the complexity and the ambivalence of the known active/passive or dominated/submissive relationship between two beings. The clapping makes sound a constant key element in the piece and evokes the self-applause of spectacles. The points of total passiveness or activeness do not exist. While one is doing a silent gesture of slapping the other one produces its sound for him. Thus the mechanism is transposed in the physical relation between production of sound and production of visual.
The symetrical entry of the performers in the frame clearly states that the performance is directed. Yet, this onetime performance reveals at some point the tension between reality and rction.

Dan Robert Lahiani is a French video artist and scientist, who reflects on the relation between spaces, individuals and memory. He revolves his approach around architecture, body movement and oral language.