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Chronicles of warming cycle

Since 2005, the company Vertical Détour has been developing Chroniques du Réchauffement, a theatrical cycle that proposes an exploration of human landscapes through the prism of climate change. Stories of marks and inscriptions in natural environments, built spaces and mentalities. The Earth, which has been turned upside down, invites itself into the homes of mankind. Chronicles of global warming as stories of today...

The cycle
5 projects

Kyoto Forever 2

Creation 2015

This is the last round of negotiations Tense atmosphere Clandestine talks Whispered words Journalists on the lookout Which new protocol after Paris? Which scenario for the twenty-first Century? Which development policy should be implemented? China, USA, Europe, developing or already developed (...) Read more

Sunamik Pigialik ?

Creation 2014

Sunamik Pigialik portrays the fate of the polar bear. It is a story of today whose ending nobody knows. A question mark placed onto the world. A story to be looked for. A truth to be discovered. It is a journey through space and time, with polar bears, Inuits, ice, penguins, climate and animal (...) Read more

How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Global Warming

Creation 2010

How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Global Warming is a show from the North. It portrays its poles, its lines, its fluxes, its tensions, its thresholds, its borders, its internal dynamics, using different tools such as distancing, demarcation, crossing, locating and the globe. This show’s (...) Read more

Kyoto Forever

Creation 2008

Eight men and women, nation-characters, hold a conference and bring the post-Kyoto era into play in their own way An international summit The last round of negotiations Tense atmosphere Clandestine talks Whispered words Journalists on the lookout Which new protocol after Paris? Which scenario (...) Read more

Bad Weather / Bad Times

Creation 2006

An exploration of the disorders coming from the sky and of our own perceptions between lived spaces, scientific discourses and mental landscapes. From climate disruptions to chronological disruptions, the conference itself falters, leaving the speaker to face his own Bad Times (...) Read more

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