When we give someone a flower, we give them the sexual organs of an individual plant.
De la sexualité des orchidées (On the sexuality of orchids) is a performance-lecture during which an artist disguised as a lecturer, Sofia Teillet, discusses orchid reproduction.
After a detailed analysis, in which an apparently simple act turns out to be a complex and technical operation, questions emerge on the future of the seed. How will it germinate? Should its symbiotic relationship with a fungus be called parasitism? Does symbiosis exist? And where does the Humpback Anglerfish fit into all of this?
A battery of questions can arise when we observe life. And ultimately, all that science is fairly certain of, is that everything happened by accident.
Supported by Théâtre de Poche – Scène de territoire pour le
théâtre / Bretagne romantique et Val d’Ille – Aubigné (HédéBazouges), maison Folie Wazemmes (Lille), Le Corridor (Liège, BE), Le
Centquatre-Paris, Le Limonaire (FR), Château de la Roche Guyon (FR).
Tickets are sold using pod seating of predetermined sizes.
Performed by Sofia Teillet
Directed by Camille Bono / L’Amicale
Artistic collaborator: Charly Marty
PR: Salomé Dollat
Ingenuity and mutual assistance: Arnaud Boulogne & Sébastien Vial, Frédéric Ferrer
Specials thanks to: Charlotte Ducousso, Antoine Quesnardel, Marion Le Guerroué, Marius Schaffter, Jérôme Stünzi, Marine Thévenet.