“I don’t see myself as being an artist. Philippe Decouflé came up with a term I like: ‘coiffurist’.” Charlie Le Mindu (1)
A year after the show Le Bord des Mondes, the creator and ‘coiffurist’ Charlie Le Mindu (born in 1986, lives in Paris) is coming back to Palais de Tokyo with Charliewood, an unclassifiable show staging his fantastical imaginary. In 2015, true to its desire to “haunt the interval” between territories of artistic expression and to seek out creation beyond the art world, Palais de Tokyo invited Charlie Le Mindu to present several of his “capillary sculptures”, as the creator puts it, as part of the show At the Edges of the Worlds.
Today, the creator is returning with Charliewood, a new revue seemingly set at the borders of fashion, performance art and installation. With it, Charlie Le Mindu has devised a multidisciplinary creation mingling music, dance, video and performance, based around the vertiginous possibilities of metamorphosing the human body. Shifting between elements inspired from the world of cabaret, the show expends from the stage.
• Thursday, March 17 - 8.30 pm | SOLD OUT
• Friday, March 18 - 8.30 pm
• Saturday, March 19 - 8.30 pm
• Friday, March 25 - 8.30 pm
• Saturday, March 26 - 8.30 pm
• Thursday, March 31 - 8.30 pm
• Friday, April 8 during the Do Disturb festival *
• Friday, April 9 during the Do Disturb festival *
Un bar éphémère sera ouvert dans Charliewood les soirs de représentations et proposera des cocktails inspirés directement par les créations de Charlie Le Mindu. Ce bar est proposé et géré par le Yoyo