Migrations, opportunities and torments, brings together experts from diverse fields: theatre, art, science, and politics to debate on the theme of migrations and its impact on man, society and the contemporary economic and cultural apparatuses. In this context, in collaboration with Romaeuropa Festival, Dimitri de Perrot, Swiss artist, director and performer (head of the duo Zimmermann & de Perrot), will present Dreams & Nightmares, an installation inspired by the performance Myousic. Produced in collaboration with Swiss photographer Jean Revillard, the work centres on the artist’s interest in the everyday things that go unnoticed and in all those questions that put our strong habits and our ideas into crisis.
Dreams & Nightmares is a reflection on the unknown and on origin, a musical and sensory journey in which the spectator, through his memories, his emotions, and his history, becomes the true protagonist.
Dimitri de Perrot, Dreams & Nightmares
Sound installation with photographs by Jean Revillard
Dimitri de Perrot: art direction, sound installation, scenography
Jean Revillard: photographs
Felix Lämmli: sound design
Benny Hauser: light design
Orazio Battaglia: production
Sarah Büchel: technical office
Alain Vuignier: administration
Coproduction: Istituto Svizzero, Romaeuropa Festival, Zimmermann & de Perrot