© La CAVALE
assisted by Julie COUTANT
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© Mummenschanz Tour Us
The witty ideas of the group, founded in Paris in 1972 by Andres Bossard, Floriana Frassetto and Bernie Schürch, have been carrying away audiences all over the world. So much so that MUMMENSCHANZ have come to mean far more than a name. The work of the group has become a form of art which has put its mark on the Mime-Masque Theater, and impressed few generations of audiences. Showgoers of all ages and culture who, led into the creative work of MUMMENSCHANZ, witness weired timeless creatures and incredible colourful forms compete to enchant them.
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© Cie Nuna/YoungSoon Cho Jaquet
Boxes, sticks and casters... Props are present on the stage, one couldn't tell their function. An original mystery proposed, not without malice, in Tac.Tac., a solo by choreographer and dancer YoungSoon Cho Jaquet, from which those inert companions disrupt the boundaries of senses and perception as they are set to move. Here, the dancer becomes a shaman, owner of a secret grammar of items she gives to us through the filter of her emotions.
This piece was born of the encounter of the choreographer YoungSoon Cho Jaquet and visual artist Jonas Marguet, and of the desire to explore a common sensibility bound to hybridization and optical illusion.
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© Seoul International Dance Festival
Full-length: 50 minutes (approximately)
Douglas is a solo performed by Robbie Synge, with live sound (piano and electronic) performed off stage by David Maxwell and lights by Brian Gorman (company of three). Douglas is designed to be adapted to specific performance spaces through its spacing and choreography. The work has its roots in the outdoors where the choreographer reflected on his everyday routine tasks and incidental events, often involving simple objects.
irection, choreography, performance: Robbie Synge
Sound: David Maxwell
Light: Brian Gorman
Dramaturgical Assistance: Peggy Olislaegers
Commissioned by Yorkshire Dance
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© UFO Media Lab
"In a sealing space constituted by elastic cloth, several dancers are doing the body language performance. Their behavior, which is fused as the carrier of life material information, are making the invisible and unsteady variation status inside the organism to be externalized via the gestures and movements of their performance. Being projected on elastic cloth, the lights"
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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.
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Director and animator: Dario Imbrogno
Cinematography: Giancarlo Morieri
Music and sound design: Enrico Ascoli
Postproduction: Emilio Sapia
produced by Withstand
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