Turn the machine on; it is trying to tell you something! This is a mysterious Zoltar of chance, made of a ludic abacus that talks to you, with a reinvented and astonishing syntax, worthy of a delirious seer. Théâtre Rude Ingénierie is a multidisciplinary creation company – here comprised of Bruno Bouchard, Pascal Robitaille and
Philippe Lessard Drolet – that works with the interrelation between the sound, the image, the object, the engineering and the living, exploiting the potential of unexpected meetings.
Théâtre Rude Ingénierie has notably created Notre Coney Island, made of a large model on which sound sculptures are activated.