TRAIT(s) is an essay of graphic circus, the last part of a triptych for young audiences, offering a contemporary revisit of three circus fundamentals: the body, the family and the circle.
Inspired by the abstract painters Vassili Kandinsky and Joan Miro, TRAIT(s) features a circus artist on the Cyr wheel who attempts to create a work of art using her apparatus. This show explores the circle to explore what makes the art of circus. To the rhythm of the explosion of colours, under the action of the apparatus, the circus movement takes shape.
The company creates a contemporary Circassian writing specific to young audiences.
It advocates a real will to broadcast in rural territories and develops portable devices capable of adapting to places not equipped. This project of roaming of the aerial circassian disciplines is an axis dear to the company.
Finally, SCoM is developing a creative approach that advocates for gender equality. She scrupulously ensures that she never conveys sexualized stereotypes in her creations. In addition, she works to create mixed roles in her creations.