Fler Maler is inspired by Charles Baudelaire's Les Fleurs du Mal. This piece for four dancers was born from the choreographer's desire to transcribe, through the power of the bodies, the emotions felt when reading the work.
Drawing from the sensations and relationships depicted by the poet, Jody Etienne draws bodies that peel and bind.
The duality that animates these beings is revealed. We witness the union of spheres that everything tended to oppose, the fleshly and the spiritual, the real and the ideal, as at the birth of a fight opposing the spleen to hope.
« In Ninstan inaugurates its first residence with brio. The quartet affirmed a well camped dance technique, accompanied by richly inspired passages. A promising premiere. » Julien Bachelerie - La Montagne - june 2009.
« A Poetic Search by Compagnie In Ninstan . » Jennifer-Laure Djian - La Voix du Nord - june 2010.
« A presence, a glance, bodies that touch, fair and jerky dance steps, a unity of groups that immediately plunge us into Baudelaire's poetic universe. In love with Baudelaire's ills, you will leave with your eyes filled with wonder by this choreography that smells good: Les Fleurs du Mal. A beautiful "Invitation to travel". » Laure Le Gourrierec - Avignews - july 2010
Supported by Théâtre d'Aurillac - scène conventionnée, Vendetta Mathea La Manufacture and the artistic accompaniment of Hervé Diasnas.