Tr'espace

Roman Müller • CH
Petronella von Zerboni • DE
Mischa Blau • CH
  • Le Cercle
    © Agnès Lebeaupin
  • Le Cercle
    © Nicolas Michel
  • Le Cercle
    © Philippe Laurençon
  • inStallation
    © Philippe Deutsch
  • ArbeiT
    © Braxart Fotodesign

Tr'espace develops on stage a rich universe of nuances, making the invisible visible, with simple and refined gesture where the effort fades into the beauty.

Tr'espace's driving force is Roman Müller, thinker, handyman, performer, juggler, guitar player and artistic director of the cirq' festival in Aarau. Always joined by new teams, he creates in a easy pace, leaving time. The time dimension is by the way at the heart of his research in order to make new things emerge: everything is screwing, moving, spinning, rotating in a fascinating and playful imaginary, full of scientific and philosophical theories.

The artistic discipline - diabolo - is not much perceivable, completely reinvented at the aesthetic, dramaturgic and technical levels.

Tr'espace created many pieces dedicated to diabolo. Its first show was "Duo Tr'espace", followed by the short form "RencontreD", then "Le Cercle" and finally "ArtbeiT".

Tr'espace presented its work more than a thousand of times in more than 25 countries from all the continents and received several international distinctions and prices.


2018 - MüLLER / MüLLER • Creation project by and with Jörg Müller and Roman Müller
2015 - First edition of the cirqu’ festival in Aarau
2012 - ArbeiT • Author: Roman Müller, with Eve Anouk Jebejian, Philippe Deutsch and Roman Müller
2008 - inStallation • By and with Petronella von Zerboni, Roman Müller, NickMuntwyler, Ulla Tikka, Andreas Muntyler and Lukas Staeger
2005 - Le Cercle • By and with Petronella von Zerboni, Mischa Blau and Roman Müller
2004 - RencontreD • By and with Petronella von Zerboni, Mischa Blau and Roman Müller
2003 - Duo Tr’espace • By and with Petronella von Zerboni and Roman Müller

Contact mail
info@ute-classen.de
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Téléphone
+49 241 450 48 410