Conceived as a distorted mirror of two journeys, Golem is a staged dialogue between artists from different disciplines and generations.

Mike Sprogis is a 70-years-old sculptor. Julien Carlier is a contemporary dancer, who started out as a breakdancer, and whose choreographic language is infused with inventive, slow and gliding movements. One sees dance as an ephemeral moving sculpture; the other sees the sculptor’s movements and his material as an inspiration for dance. In this crossroad physical commitment is required.

When shaped on stage, the clay creates a confusion between the inert and the living; the mud becomes a man and the man, at times, appears like a lifeless matter.

Golem is an organic, sensitive and beautiful blend of two gestures which speak about the passing of time and its imprint on the body and the spirit.