Chaosmos is poetic and sonic performance that originated during a conversation involving Raphaële Thiriet, Mark Lawes and the renowned visual artist and musician Malcolm Mooney, on the necessity of deconstructing power relations inherited through colonization. Inspired by the logic of biodiversity, the performance welcomes us into the heart of suspended time, conducive to the sensorial experience of the organic and ever-evolving complexity of the world. The coexistence of movement, text, soundscape and song presents multiple portals and points of access to this singular interdisciplinary work.
With the support of the Canada Council for the Arts and the Conseil des Arts et lettres du Québec and the Secretariat des relations avec les québécois anglophones.
Thanks to: English Language Arts Network, Julie Vallée-Léger, Nicolas Brunet-Beaulieu, Théâtre Aux Écuries, Théâtre de la Pire Espèce and the organization Petites-Mains.
Chaosmos benefited from a residency at Usine C.