A re-enactment of Dominique Bagouet’s choregraphy for television.Water, earth, and the wisdom of a few mosaic tiles spring forth, almost effaced, from this red paste in which Alambra was kneaded. Dominique Bagouet fell under the charms of the gardens of Grenada. An improvised archaeologist, an unbeliever amongst the unbelieving, a Christian in Islam, his modern insolence revives the art of the Arab-Andalusian way of life. Five centuries after the fall of Grenada, he enables us to imagine, with the talents of his nine dancers and five musicians, that it is now his turn to invade.
- Charles Picq
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