© La CAVALE
assisted by Julie COUTANT
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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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© Théâtre de l'Entrouvert
Anywhere is a wander in the footsteps of Oedipus on the road to Henry Bauchau, a visual poem that invites the viewer to live through the different states of the element Water, the inner metamorphosis of a mythical character. Oedipus, ice puppet gradually turns into water to disappear in the mist. His daughter, Antigone, accompanies him, supports him and assists, confident, to his disappearance.
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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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© Thomas Patteson
Abstract solo dance piece by pioneering American choreographer Alwin Nikolais (1910-1993).
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An Amazing Choreography By Cynthia Quinn & Moses Pendleton Of MOMIX Taken From Movie Called "First Born".
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F.L.O.W IS BALLET IN THREE PARTS
Music: 'nanO' from the album 'ozOne', 'Space Weaver' from the album 'Silver Tree', 'The Moola Mantra'
Choreography and Direction by Moses Pendleton
Props design by Michael Curry
Costume design by Phoeby Katz
Diana Vishneva, the dancer, the prima ballerina for the Kirov Ballet, in “F.L.O.W. (For Love of Women),” performs a triple bill of dances created for her at City Center through Sunday.
-RICHARD TERMINE FOR THE NEW YORK TIMES
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© 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
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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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© Louis-Philippe Demers
In this installation, visitors are invited to sit in the front of this machine and engage into a non-verbal dialogue with the Blind Robot. The robot delicately explores the body, mostly the face, of the visitor in a manner that recalls what the blind humans are doing to recognize a person or an object.
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