From the darkness to the dazzling, the silence to the din, the slowness to the speed, the ten dancers of this creation of Fabrice Lambert explore their limits and, by extension, those of humanity. Never Enough was born of questions arising from the documentary Into Eternity by Michael Madsen who describes, in Onkalo, Finland, the site of the country's nuclear waste landfill. A titanic enterprise, modeled on the time of the disappearance of the radioactivity: 100 000 years. The choreographer questions the dizzy, immeasurable dimension of this ambition; He explores the relation of motion to energy and mass power, ausculates space, stretches time. Never enough portrays a humanity never satisfied, always running faster, jumping higher, hollowing deeper. With the Théâtre de la Ville.
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