Originally from the United States, created by Marc Smith and popularized in France by Grand Corps Malade, slam is a collective, oratory and acoustic art, where the bare word faces the audience. Only the performance and the text count, whether it is read, chanted, shouted, cried, improvised, recited. Slam is not a genre, it is a moment shared around a scene of free expression.
Our activities explore all the dimensions opened up by this discipline. From writing to orality, from stage to video, from record to radio.
Linked to the history of the Collectif 129H , they are at the junction of several fields: artistic and cultural, educational and social. Fields that they link together with the multiple variations offered by the slam.
Today, our artists offer workshops for all audiences, specific training, multiple creations and voiceover services for audiovisual communication.