Imagine entering a dark room at which’ center lies a semi demolished car with overhanging bicycles and other random props that appear to be frozen or suspended in time.
As the lights slowly shine upon the vehicle, you notice several random bodies scattered all around the floor and also hanging out from the windows… It must have been quite the hellish night that these young people have experienced… What could have possibly led them there ?
It is through circus acts, theater and dance, that we enter Brigitte Poupart’s new show, “Until we die” that is currently running at Arsenal Contemporary Art gallery in Montreal until Sunday Nov 13th 2022.
“The world has encountered a catastrophic and destructive force.The city is deserted. Everyone is suspicious of others except for a few foolhardy people who want to celebrate in spite of everything and who, by all means, manage to get to an underground party. The audience follows the actions of the characters that relive in reverse the events that led to the cataclysm…|”… link to full length article at MontainLake.org