A daily performance project by Nadia Vadori-Gauthier

Dance 36 - 18 February 2015

10:10 am. Gallery of Paleontology, Paris.Waves of silence unrolled and flew through my body and thoughts when I arrived in front of the skeletons of the great cetaceans. My own bones started resonating with an immemorial past. I was living in the deep sea without light. Then, I let the silent procession of the wild animal’s skeletons pass through me, with its diversity of skulls and spines shapes. In a glass box, a human skeleton was among those of the apes ; an animal among others : chimpanzee, dinosaure, cheetah or blue whale. I was deeply moved by the vastness of this diversity. When I went out in the streets of the city, wordless flows were still flying through me and everything seemed an artificial scenery.

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