Audrée Juteau, N. Zoey Gauld, Catherine Lavoie-Marcus et Ellen Furey / Marilyne St-Sauveur

Two large metal structures, a 1983 computer and small yellow 3D printed sculptures: in this setting evoking the ruins of capitalism and the waste produced by the constant renewal of technology, dance grows like an optimistic mushroom, the matsutake. In a punk, apocalyptic and feminist spirit, the power is given back to dance and our ecological despair is exorcised.


Collective creation

Audrée Juteau, N. Zoey Gauld, Catherine Lavoie-Marcus, Ellen
Furey, in collaboration with Marilyne St-Sauveur



Audrée Juteau, N. Zoey Gauld, Catherine Lavoie-Marcus, Ellen Furey / Marilyne St-Sauveur


Started and led by

Audrée Juteau


First conversations and administration

Audrée Juteau et N. Zoey Gauld


Visual artist

Martin Beauregard


Sound design

Geneviève Crépeau

Lights design

Karine Gauthier


Creation residencies

Studio 303, L’Écart, L’Annexe-A, L’Agora des Arts


Creation at

O vertigo, Centre d’Art Diane-Dufresne grâce à théâtre Hector-Charland



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With the support of Canada Arts Council, Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec et Entente de partenariat territoriale CALQ and Abitibi-Témiscamingue
Presented as a part of OFFTA by LASERRE – arts vivants. Produced by L’Annexe-A.