Failles by Cie LA CAVALE

Dance Styles: Contemporary
Techniques / Methods: Sound Stage Lighting
Moods: Black Human Humorous Life Philosophy White

© La CAVALE

CONCEPTION
Eric FESSENMEYER
assisted by Julie COUTANT

INTERPRETATION
Ivan FATJO
Eric FESSENMEYER

MUSIC CREATION
Fabrice FAVRIOU

CREATION LIGHT
Eric SELDUBUISON

SOUND
Thomas SILLARDDECOR

CONSTRUCTION
Gregory FRADIN
Eric SELDUBUISSON

CREATION 2014

More infos:
http://www.cielacavale.com/fr/

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The Firebird by Jay Pather&Janni Younge

Dance Styles: African Dance Contemporary
Techniques / Methods: Drama Drawing Puppetry
Moods: Dynamic Emotional Ethnic

© Idaho Statesman

This production of The Firebird, directed by Janni Younge and choreographed by Jay Pather, is a puppet and dance performance set to Stravinsky’s original score. Janni Younge’s Firebird draws on the symbolism and dramaturgy of Fokine’s original choreography (based on figures from Russian folklore) and reinterprets them in a contemporary South African setting, using larger-than-life puppets and African dance forms.

More infos:
https://youtu.be/GJqTkwrGGkk
http://janniyounge.com/

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BOMBYX MORI by Ola Maciejewska

Dance Styles: Contemporary
Techniques / Methods: Costume Sound
Moods: Black Dynamic Shape

© ImPulsTanz

She went all out at all times: Loïe Fuller, the early avantgardist and inventor of the “serpentine dance”. Choreographer Ola Maciejewska from Paris has discovered the silk moth (Bombyx mori) as a metaphor for the critical potential in Fuller’s spectacular dance costume: movement as an interplay between body and object. Maciejewska’s fascinating “flights” of three black “serpentine moths” are such hybrids as well, defying classification as either one or the other.

More infos:
https://olamaciejewska.carbonmade.com/projects/5685373
https://www.impulstanz.com/en/performances/2017/id1160/

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WhARTever Should Happen by Alexander Carrillo

Dance Styles: Contemporary Traditional
Techniques / Methods: Costume Stage Lighting
Moods: Black Ethnic Human Melancholic Surreal

© Alexander Carrillo

Magic realism and surrealism in action. Real stories in times of crisis, violence, as well as love and hope. The cruel and devastating reality of the Latin American farmer in relation with its time, place and life itself. Customs and traditions, transformed in and confronted with contemporaneity.

Choreography & Direction: Alexander Carrillo
With: Alexander Carrillo, Fernando Derks.
Dramaturgy/Assistant: Carolina Ortega
Music: Tim Kienecker, Fernando Derks

Camera - Video & Sound Editing: Irene Izquierdo
Light-Design: Asier Solana
Photograph: Anastasia Coyto
Production: Alexander Carrillo
Supporters: DOCK 11 Berlin

More infos:
https://vimeo.com/alexandercarrillo

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