Three doors without locks.
To see, one must play with them while staying on the threshold.
Beyond, moving images are filing by: flesh, bodies becoming spots, flow, momentary music. Choir from beyond the Earth, mechanical rhythms, sharp matter compose the three-voice orchestra of a literary world.
Tale or fable, one could find Bosch, in the shadows, spying on Dante. Souls, or maybe fools, transform us into active visitors, "actors".
One is made to devour, one lets oneself be carried off or awakened: large mouths and rolling eyes, grinding teeth; small mysterious men strangely or bizarrely come out of nowhere; and even naked bodies march past and touch each other, then hell...
Clauss art conception, libretto, camera, programming Jean-Jacques
Birgé music, libretto, camera, executive production with Pascale Labbé et Baco (vocals), Amal
Bou Achem, Stéphane Amar, Denis Andrey, Jean-Jacques
Birgé, Sara Boisson, Nathalie Caclard, Émilie
Chéron, Nicolas Clauss, Karine Delhommeau, Guy Dreux,
Olivier Falkowski, Pascal Falkowski, David Fenech, Bertrand
Guyon, Jean-Luc Lamarque, Frédéric Lebas, Roberto
Poma, Sophie-Laure Raphaël, Charlotte Ricordeau, Françoise
Romand, Didier Silhol, Donghee Tan, Jennifer Tan and participation of Antoine Schmitt (additional programming), Matthieu Moreau (scenery builder) at Mille Plateaux, Interface Z (sensors)