three-night performance involving over 100 performers
Saint-Martin, abandoned Paris underground station
Nuit Blanche Paris, 2010

Metroscope (2010) performance, Saint-Martin, abandoned Paris underground station, Nuit Blanche Paris, 2010 lighting, drywall, jumpsuits, lycra, wood dimensions variable

Metroscope (2010)
performance, Saint-Martin, abandoned Paris underground station, Nuit Blanche Paris, 2010
lighting, drywall, jumpsuits, lycra, wood
dimensions variable

Metroscope was a site-specific performance presentedthe national yearly event Nuit Blanche 2010, Paris in partnership with Paris City Hall and Paris Metro Public Transport. 

The project consisted in transforming a disused Paris underground station into a performing arts stage for three nights. The public was in the metro train as it went by the platform. The movement created the animation with performers standing at regular intervals along the 100 meter platform. The bodies of the performers became letters and the succession of the performers/letters created a word, which could be read by the passengers in the train as it approached. Words were continuously renewed, in pace with the trains.

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Team project in collaboration with Martin Gautron, Raphael John, Louis Donnot, Victor Lebeau, Robin Bantigny, Amandine Maas, Diane Rabreau, Stephane Haiun and other students from EnsAD 

In partnership with EnsAD, C-Album, Gélatic, Paris City Hall, RATP (Paris metro public transport), as part of the official program of Nuit Blanche Paris 2010.