Préavis de Désordre Urbain

Préavis de Désordre Urbain #9

Performances and emergency stops 

September 14th to 19th, 2015

Greece, Ukraine, global warming, economic crisis, economic growth, essential growth … The feeling of being collectively embarked on a single rail served by mandatory stops.

A grain of sand in this seemingly well-oiled mechanism can be vital.

What if we took the risk of getting off the tram?

And if the urgency was to reconquer the public space by artistic and citizen actions?

Attention disturbances are scheduled from 14 to 19 September 2015 on line 2 of the tram and Jobin-Friche bus stop the Belle de Mai. Temporary emergency stops are in service. It is strongly recommended to borrow them or to stay there.

Artists : 

Asile 404 (France), Gustaf Broms (Swenden), Anna Byskov (Danemark, France), Jany Jérémie (France), Sandrine Julien (France), Antoni Karwowski (Poland), Frédéric Krauke (Germany), Ornic’art (France), Lucile Rimbert (France), Biño Sauitzvy (Brasil, France), Rémi Uchéda (France), Pina Wood et Marlène Llop (France)

Préavis de Désordre Urbain

Préavis de Désordre Urbain #8

The Body as last space of freedom 

Édito : 

The festival’s 8th edition, a laboratory for performance, has the ambition to giveback to the city spaces for intimacy, to sublimate our urban disillusionments and question the waste it produces.

It is in a hotel room, in waste sorting containers, new urban confessionals, that artists are giving you rendezvous this year…

What if you’re taking the risk to :
Confess your urban fantasies to a waste sorting container
Participate to a feminist parade
Find yourself in a hotel room with a stranger
Danse in a container forest just before dawn
Cross Red Zones every night
Stay stuck to a polish performing duo
Have an argument during la Rencontre au Comptoir
Find your soul mate during an artistic speed dating
Test your limits with an mexican underground culture’s icon
Let yourself contaminate since the launching party at La Canebière 
Become addict during the closing party at la Friche

Make way for poetical and committed propositions, unleashed and libertine

Artists :

Rocio Boliver (Mexico), Montaine Chevalier (France), Moufida Fedhila (Tunisia), Omar Ghayatt (Switzerland / Egypt), Rodolphe Yves Lapointe (Quebec), Pascal Lièvre (France), Boris Nieslony (Germany), ODM (France), Ornic’art (France), Jérôme Porsperger (Belgium), Suka Off (Poland) , Raphael Thiers (France), Steve Vanoni (USA-Estonia).

Préavis de Désordre Urbain

Préavis de Désordre Urbain #7

How do you resist today ?

For this 7th edition of Préavis de Désordre Urbain in Marseille we would you to:

Cross Zones Rouges every evening
Sleep on the Canebière and being tuck in by a Norwegian.
Share moments of poetry, subversion and joyful impertinence
Confess your sins to recycling bin
Meet committed artists
Be amazed and to catch yourself amazing things
Go off your usual trajectory
Swim across the Belle de Mai area
Have your breakfast every morning in Morning Plexus
Practice verbal joust on theme of crisis by boxing

Wonder what does Resistance mean 2013?

Let yourself be contaminated by Sortie de Zone Rouge
Disobey Couvre-feu
Ask yourself about the meaning of these actions in the public space
Take advantage of an Préavis d’Insomnie to let go
Be charmed by a rebel of body and words
Give your opinion in the Rencontres au Comptoir
Spend a night staying in a “abri furtif”
Continue to live in this world in crisis
Take pleasure in losing your marks during Wasteland Disorders
Fully live moments of Préavis in this european capital of culture

Artists :

Christian Nicosia/Christian N’ka (France), Ornic’art (France), Julien Blaine (France), Chuyia chia (Malaysia, Sweden), Mehdi Farajpour (Iran), Boris Kadin (Croatia), Happy Gorilla Dance Company (Norway), Offelia (Poland), Miguel Pereira/Odile Darbelley/Michel Cerda (Portugal, France), Dorothea Seror (Germany), Hector Canonge (Bolivia – USA), Chipriana (Spain), Istvan Kovacs (Hungary), Stéphane Malka (France), Brank Miliskovic (Serbia, Germany), Mathilde Monfreux / Elizabeth Saint Jalmes (France), Tanja Ostojic (Serbia)