les gens d’Uterpans

Annie Vigier was born in 1965. She lives in Paris. High level gymnast, she has learnt yoga technics and has turned her carrier towards danse. Interpret for several choregraphers; she is also qualified of the dramatic art

conservatory of Chambery. 

Franck Apertet was born in 1966. He lives in Paris. He has interrupted his litterature study to follow dance and theatre trainings. His carrier, shared between dance and theatre, flew from interpret to conceptor. 

Annie Vigier and Franck Apertet (les gens d’Uterpan), in partnership with the CAC Bretigny, develop the construction and diffusion of several

 

 

performances – The X-Event. The creations point out and question the frontiers between dance and plastic arts concerning the exhibition of living art.  

Each X-Event form goes with sound from the Baryton’s voice of Victor Torres. The handling of these materials by Nicolas Martz defines a position and a
functionality of sound including composition and time traces.

Annie Vigier and Franck Apertet are associated since 1994 under the generic title les gens d’Uterpan. Their creations focuse on experimentation. Annie Vigier and Franck Apertet collaborate regularly to projects in different fields (theatre, cinema, advertising, fashion). They are also invited to reenact historic pieces. 

Activation of the Paragraphe 5 of The Great Learning (1970) of Cornelius Cardew, exhibition Cornelius Cardew and the Freedom of Listening, curators: Dean Inkster, Jean-Jacques Palix, Pierre Bal-Blanc, Lore

Gablier Culturgest, Porto, Portugal, May 29th 2010 

Kunstlerhaus, Stuttgart, Germany, November 21th 2009

CAC Brétigny, France, May 16th 2009

Activation of Huddle (dance construction)(1961) of Simone Forti, exhibition The living currency  curator : Pierre Bal-Blanc BB6 Berlin, Berlin, Germany, June 17th-19th 2010

CAC Brétigny, France, June 1st-3rd and 5th 2010

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