Her Own Room

Inspired by Virginia Woolf’s artwork, “A Room of One’s Own “, this
performance questions the universal workings of the condition of women.
According to Woolf, if women had their own room like men have their office,
they could also become writers, artists, creators…
Almost 100 years after the book’s publication, the performer writes, in her
own room at the Three Arches Hotel, a choreographic score for women who
still don’t have their own space.
Between intimacy and exuberance, loyalty and independence, the movement
born, developed and exhaust beyond the room walls, freely

Choreographer: Hélène Taddei Lawson
Other Credits: Virginia Woolf
Musician: Aya lion


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