Émissions radiophoniques / DIAPHORA, produced by Rémy Yadan
Compagnie Tamm Coat, by François Barré, président
Rémy Yadan is a visual artist, video artist, performer and director, who graduated from the Art school of Cergy. He lives and works in Finistère and teaches at the Art school in Besançon. He was resident of the French Academy in Rome - Villa Médicis and a the Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris, he obtained a creation grant for Iran with the Résidences sur mesure of the French Institute. On his return, he directed Ce qu'il reste de la nuit, an opera performed at the Vanves theatre.
"I make videos and stage choreographic performances. My image work questions and reconsiders the limits of the documentary work on historical, religious or sacred grounds... I take real moments, I puncture slices of real life by immersing a subjectivity, a sound or musical framework, an ambivalence that oscillates between contemporary video and cinema. It is a reality that is collected and then composed. In my choreographic creation, the research is visceral, collective and impetuous. The scenographic device, the dramaturgical writing, the living matter of these creations remain artificial, diametrically invented. With the participation of numerous actors, dancers and singers, my stage work is at the crossroads of performance, dance and theatre.
Rémy Yadan, Extract from the Magazine Laura
In 2018 and 2021, specifically conceived in Clément Cogitore's immersive installation at the BAL in Paris and at the Mac Val, Rémy Yadan created À trois heures à droite, a choreographic performance for 10 performers, taking over all the exhibition rooms. In 2017, he completed The Doom Toubadour, a 70 mn film about the fight against AIDS through the testimony of Didier Lestrade. It will be presented at the MK2 Beaubourg, at the Cinémathèque of Bruxelles, at the Des Images Aux Mots festival in Toulouse and more recently at the CAC in Alfortville in January 2020.
In 2016, an exhibition of his videos and drawings was presented at the Wooyang Art Museum and the Daegu Art Centre in South Korea. In October, the Musée National Picasso-Paris hosted his creation with 18 performers, L'Atrabile. In 2015, he collaborated with Arielle Dombasle on an opera project, La Traviata, as choreographer and visual artist, presented in 8 castles in France, including the Cour d'Honneur des Invalides, the Château du Champ de Bataille, the Château de Vincennes, the Cité de Carcassonne...
At the Villa Medici, he developed his work with images and stagings, including Movimento parallelo, in the Grand Salon, Héraclès, at the Palazzo Farnese, and Nihil obstat, at the Teatro Valle Occupato, where he became artistic director of the PROMESSA festival. The Fonds National d'Art Contemporain acquires Madres, (video work) made during his residency in Buenos Aires (Laureate of the French Institute and the Paris City Council).