Aurélie Charon, Caroline Gillet, Amélie Bonnin

Radio Live, une nouvelle génération au micro

© Amelie Bonnin
© Amelie Bonnin

28.06.18 — 20:30

CN D Pantin

A performed and enhanced broadcast, the Radio Live project has moved into the CN D
 to give voice to a generation of young dancers. Aurélie Charon and Caroline Gillet here hand the floor over to several campers, from different schools, in a multimedia staging, mingling video projection, musical performance, and the broadcasting of sounds and documents gathered during this edition of Camping. All of these narratives and testimonials are illustrated live by Amélie Bonnin, whose drawings, transmitted onto a screen, heighten the vivacity of the discourse. As an embodied log book of the event, and driven by the enthusiasm and energy of its mistresses of ceremonies, Radio Live thus comes over as a moment of life, exchanges and encounters as close as possible to the present moment.

Born respectively in 1985 and 1984, Aurélie Charon and Caroline Gillet graduated from Sciences-Po Paris and are producers for France Culture (Une vie d’artiste) and France Inter
 (À ton âge, Babelophone). Together, then separately, they have made several radio series about young people in France and the world (Underground Democracy, Une série française, Jeunesse 2016, I like Europe...), the genesis of Radio Live. Born in 1985, Amélie Bonnin is a graduate of the École d’Arts Appliqués Olivier de Serres and Fémis, and is now an artistic director, illustrator and filmmaker. For four years, she made live sketches of the guests
of Aurélie Charon’s Atelier Intérieur on France Culture. In 2017, she made with her a documentary film La Bande des Français, which drew up portraits of four young people in France.