Embroider to resist: the film
“Embroider To Resist” is the meeting of a puppet company and apprentice embroiderers around a strong and engaged theme: the resistance of the “Mothers of May Square”
This project, third part of Les Folles triptych, was created In collaboration with the students of Paul Lapie professionnal high school and the Meridienne theater in Luneville, within the settings of Cultural and Artistic Residencies in high schools, set by the Grand-Est region.
For more than a year, La Mue/tte was in residence at Lycée Lapie in Lunéville to create Les Folles and involve students in the process of design and realization of the objects of the show and exhibition. It is also within this framework that the animated film was made.
“Embroider To Resist” received the 3rd National Prize for Artistic and Cultural Audacity presented by the Culture & Diversity Foundation, in partnership with the Ministries of Culture, National Education and Agriculture and Food, which allowed to deepen the research on embroidery and to flesh out the exhibition.
Artistic team: Delphine Bardot, Santiago Moreno, Daniel Trento
The embroidery, construction and manipulation team (2016-2018) : Gladys Belamy, Elise RibeiroEsteves, Héléna Maillard, Morgane Chandelle, Eléonore Blond, Cécilia Herzog, Sarah Pensalfini, Mathilde Tome-Marins, Margot Boscardin, Margaux Barabas, Eléonore Dorn, Caire Mérel, Noémie Meyer, Léona Choisy, Samah Elbousami, Eugénie Bédel, Emilie Moens, Margot Agnus, Clémence Fontana, Adam-Nicolas Pineau, Emilie Moens, Margot Agnus , Lou Salamon, Elodie Kempf , Nathan Sélighini, Eugénie Bedel, Mohéa Deviot Lisa Galaud, Morgane Peyramaure, Bertrand Solène, Claire Mérel, Juliette Delfolie, Alicia Homo, Jenny Vigneron, Thierry Gathelier, Mylène Ragny, Apoline Ladenburger , Maëva Montallo of Paul Lapie professionnal high school
Éducational team: Adelyne Roger, Charline Gury, Magoba Brenot, Anne-Claire Marchal, Mme Gurry et M. Semont
Thanks to: Yoahnn Méhay, Damien Listre, Perrine Leplay et Corinne Rochel
© video: Santiago Moreno
© photo: Eduardo Longoni