Jasmine Morand


Looking at the horizon in search of images, from darkness are born bodies, fragmented, slippery, multiplying like a contagious ritual. The shapes are interwoven, but they do not belong to anyone, or not yet; a confusion, a chain, a link that is emerging. an abandoned, not a chosen one. Something sacred, something carnal is evoked, even through the monochrome that gradually bathes the bodies and reveals them. Both entwined and abandoned, these bodies reflect the fact that when something is made manifest it can no longer be ignored. These figures suddenly inhabit space, occupy it, invade it, seize the air, captivate the gaze, reflect the light and blind the voyeur, plunging them into an infinite whiteness.  


From one world to another, from one infinite to another, from black to white, the piece offers more than a retinal experience. It is a voyage where our hopes, our fantasies, our fears, our human condition arises. It does not reflect the Western obsession with dualism, with the binaries of heaven and hell, the winner and the vanquished. On the contrary, it abolishes distances, limits and borders in order to clearly underline that we have the right to be seen, because we are all here present and alive. 



12th february  2021 

Théâtre Jean Vilar, Vitry-sur-Seine (FR)

5th  february 2021

Théâtre de Châtillon (FR)  

5th november 2020 Premiere in France

Manège, scène nationale - Reims / Festival Born to be alive (FR)

22th & 23th october 2020

Théâtre du Passage, Neuchâtel (CH) 


8th & 9th october 2020

Équilibre Nuithonie, Fribourg  (CH) 

1st & 2nd october 2020

Théâtre Benno Besson, Yverdon-les-Bains (CH) 

24th to 26th september 2020 | Premiere 

Le Reflet, Théâtre de Vevey  (CH)

10th & 11th september 2020 | Avant-Premiere 

Festival La Bâtie, Genève, en partenariat avec L’Esplanade, Divonne-les-Bains (FR/CH) 

© Jasmine Morand | Neda Loncarevic