The white hat magicians do black art illusions

Claude Brun and Jérôme Helfenstein in the dark

Two French performers create a world of Magritte-like illusions with their performance of black art theater, which combines a love of circus, pantomime, juggling, comedy and magic.

The secret of the magic seems simple - white shows up on stage and black does not, so whatever you want to hide is covered in black, and whatever you want to appear is not covered in black.

But that's not all there is to it, as you'll see.

Les Chapeaux Blancs

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