What separates or unites theater and performance? An artist, Dominique Blaise, and a theater company, Théatre Mobile, have been invited to compare their representational practices. Surprisingly, the former has created a stage from which he addresses the public directly, whereas the latter presents a series of fragmented performances. Every moment of the afternoon’s events are memorable: the artist, communicating through written sign and  gesture, conducts a rereading of the history of religious representation; the actors stage their performance with their backs to the public, facing the street, until a group forms on the Place des Terreaux, making a circle both in front of them and thus in front of the public inside the gallery space. The action entails looking at each other…