This short piece was created on the 6th December 2017 in tribute to the late Jo Dekmine, artistic director of the Théâtre 140 in Brussels, whose lavish energy and generosity it is drawn from and driven by.
Initially interpreted by the Clash, the song The Guns of Brixton alludes to the violent confrontations that took place between the police and the immigrant population in the London borough back in 1981.
Choreography and performance Nicole Mossoux
Light and collaboration on the choreography Patrick Bonté
Music The Guns of Brixton, interpreted by Camille (Nouvelle Vague)
Production Mossoux-Bonté Company, with support of Federation Wallonie-Bruxelles, dance department and Wallonie-Bruxelles International.