Khouloud Yassine


Heroes (Surface of a Revolution)

© Greg Demarque

A creation focused on the theme of body representations in their relationship with power, questioning the body as a means of influence publicized in the media through the image of itself. “Is it the power that creates the image? How does one’s body become a symbol of power?”, these are some of the questions addressed in Heroes.

Khouloud Yassine

Khouloud Yassine is a choreographer, dancer and actress. She majored in performing arts at the Fine Arts Institute in Beirut before specialising in choreography in particular at the Sorbonne Paris 8. In 2001, she co founded Maqamat Dance Theater with whom she worked until 2005. In 2007, she began to collaborate with percussionist and composer Khaled Yassine with whom she created “B Laylé men Azar” (2007), “Entre Temps” (2009), and “Entre Temps 2” (2012). In film, she acted in Jocelyne Saab’s “What’s Going On?” and choreographed the dance video “Obscenitas Project” with Dance Works Rotterdam. Her solo “Le silence de l’abandon” created in 2012 was presented at the Friche de la Belle de Mai in Marseille, Atelier de Paris Carolyn Carlson, the Frac Lorraine in Metx, the Quartz in Brest and the choreography centre of Caen. In 2014 she collaborated as performer with choreographer Danya Hammoud in “Mes mains sont plus âgées que moi” and in 2016 as performer in Xavier Le Roy’s “Retrospective”.

11 Mar 19:00

12 Mar 19:00

São Luiz Teatro Municipal​

Performance canceled.

Concept and Choreography Khouloud Yassine
Set Fadi Yeni Turk
Music Khaled Yassine
Production Rami Nihawi
Photography Greg Demarque
Assistant Nisrine Yassine
Communication be:kult
Co-producers and other partners Arab Fund For Art And Culture (AFAC), Mophradat, Focus Liban, French Institute of Lebanon, Zoukak Theatre Company

M/6 | 50 minutes