La Marseillaise

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La Marseillaise – 14 October 2004

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Until Saturday at the Minoterie

Grand Magasin de Saussure

In its very distant tone, Grand Magasin, programmed together with Marseille Objectif Danse and the Théâtre de la Joliette, revisit the major concepts of phenomenology by putting the present to the test by pinning it against rhetoric.

UNDER PHOTO: Indescribable, the show is like a conference of French professors whose insanity is linked to philology.
Francis COSSU
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La Provence

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La Provence – 9 October 2004

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Theatre
Twice the Grand Magasin, or nothing

A conference tonight and a performance starting at noon. Two strange ways of questioning reality.

Do you see what I see? is the title of the show-conference given by Grand Magasin tonight at the Montevideo. In roughly forty minutes, Pascale Murtin, Bettina Atala and François Hiffler question the different ways each of us see reality.

Voyez-vous ce que je vois? Montevideo Theatre.
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Le Figaro

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Le FIGARO – 12 September 2003

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CULTURE
THEATRE – Grand Magasin at the Ménagerie de verre

Stubborn kids
Armelle HELIOT

Grand Magasin, a humor that relies solely on signs, gestures, words, stories, attitudes. An extravagant humor that might be very confusing for those who are too rational…

Obviously, this is extremely fragile: it requires listening, or an amused benevolence of the public. And participation. Intellectual at least: the thing that makes you laugh the most with Grand Magasin is what is about to happen! A style, more than just mechanics – a mind.

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Liberation

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Libération – Friday 7 March 2003

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THEATRE. Trio’s new rhetorical tour de force in Paris
Grand Magasin, in truth

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by Grand Magasin, at the Centre Beaubourg

Grand Magasin’s tour de force consists in demonstrating that the truth exists because it is not whole. Saying things only partially allows for the construction of statements that appear to be true. Wittgentein begins his shift here in a mode where humor and logic come together. The margin between imaginary and reality is reduced to the point of producing an effect of pleasant strangeness. by Herve Gauville [/one_half_last]