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Emilie Gallier: On Sync and reading dance, Amsterdam

Emilie Gallier: On Sync and reading dance, Amsterdam

Emilie Gallier: On Sync and reading dance
Young dance artists presenting her work investigating the performance of choreography as a book.
http://www.post-cie.com/en/sync.php
produced by marlon barrios solano

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Pour tout l’or du monde (2010) by Olivier Dubois

He conceived of his first solo Under Cover in 1999. His shows, such as Pour tout l’or du monde créé, created in 2006 for the Festival d’Avignon, are full of irony with regards to the academic world of classical dance, and Dubois doesn’t hesitate to ask the spectator ‘’Who’s the ridiculous one? My body? Or the rules of dance?’’ Funny and moving, Olivier Dubois tours his shows throughout France.

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Les Temps Tirailles (2009) by Myriam Gourfink

‘Les Temps Tiraillés’ means “time torn” (or pulled) and this premiere of Gourfink’s new work deconstructs conventional concepts of performance and time and emphasises the unique revitalising of dance at every staging. The work is ongoing when the audience arrives and it happens both live on stage and streamed onto screens elsewhere. It also continues Gourfink’s exploration of the complex relationship between music and
choreography, entwining her imperceptible movement with the haunting, spectral score by Austrian composer, Georg Friedrich Haas that engages two violas, a bassoon and one movement of silence within a computer-generated electronic framework.

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Jan Ritsema: Lecture Woodstock How to Think Property Liquid

Jan Ritsema: Lecture Woodstock How to Think Property Liquid

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PAF Spaces as TOOL by Elke Von Campenhout

PAF Spaces as TOOL

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embedded_vlogger@PAF performing arts forum, France (playlist)

Conversation with Jan Ritsema, creator and director of PAF Performing Arts Forum. The playlsit also includes a video of the place and a reference to the Public School project.

http://www.pa-f.net/

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Exposition Universelle/WorldFair by Rachid Ouramdane (création 2011) Excerpts

Exposition Universelle/WorldFair by Rachid Ouramdane (création 2011) Excerpts

WorldFair (creation 2011) Conception Rachid Ouramdane, music by Jean-Baptiste Julien Performed by Rachid Ouramdane and Jean-Baptiste Julien Premières from May 12th to 14th – Festival EXTRA – Bonlieu, Scène Nationale d’annecy “How does an ideology embody the sensitive forms? What can authorities expect from a work of art? What are the marks left by political […]

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Grid_lab @ EXTRA 11 Festival: Interview with Kettly Noël (Je m’appelle Fanta Kaba)

Grid_lab @ EXTRA 11 Festival: Interview with Kettly Noël (Je m’appelle Fanta Kaba)

Kettly Noël (Je m’appelle Fanta Kaba). Kettly Noël est une habituée d’extra ( http://www.festival-extra.com ), elle y a présenté ‘Correspondances’ (duo avec Nelisiwe Xaba) en 09, et un chantier de création avec Dieudonné Niangouna (Bonjour Madame Noël) en 10. Pour extra-11, elle crée sa nouvelle pièce à Annecy sous le regard extérieur de Nelisiwe Xaba.

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embedded_vlogger: Interview with Yann Marussich about  Blue Remix

embedded_vlogger: Interview with Yann Marussich about Blue Remix

Interview de Yann Marussich réalisée le 28 mai 2009 lors du Festival EXTRA-09 à Annecy quelques heures avant sa performance “Bleu Remix” Produced by dance-tech.net

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Grid_lab @ EXTRA 11 festival: SOS (Save Our Souls| Excerpts)

Grid_lab @ EXTRA 11 festival: SOS (Save Our Souls| Excerpts)

Grid_lab @ EXTRA 11 festival: SOS (Save Our Souls| Excerpts) SOS (Save Our Souls), c’est pour vous. Vous y avez un rôle mais, rassurez-vous, ce qu’on vous demande n’est pas difficile, soyez vous-mêmes. C’est un jeu, peut-être pour sentir la férocité de tout jeu qui vise à éliminer des compéti- teurs ou à choisir un […]

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Grid_lab @ EXTRA 11 festival: Interview with Emmanuelle Huynn and Akira Kasai

Grid_lab @ EXTRA 11 festival: Interview with Emmanuelle Huynn and Akira Kasai

Grid_lab @ EXTRA 11 festival: Interview with Emmanuelle Huynn and Akira Kasai

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Grid_lab @ EXTRA 11 Festival: Steven Cohen’s Cradle of Humankind (excerpts)

Grid_lab @ EXTRA 11 Festival: Steven Cohen’s Cradle of Humankind (excerpts)

Grid_lab @ EXTRA 11 Festival: Steven Cohen’s Cradle of Humankind (excerpts) Produced by Marlon Barrios Solano

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Interview with Rachid Ouramdane /Des Temoins Ordinaires

Interview with Rachid Ouramdane /Des Temoins Ordinaires

Interview with Rachid Ouramdane

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On Impermanent Identities: Interview with Rachid Ouramdane

On Impermanent Identities: Interview with Rachid Ouramdane

Marlon Barrios Solano interviewed Rachid Ouramdane last May after his New York premiere of “Far” at Dance Theater Workshop. He introduces us to the complexities of identity and his urgency on creating work that transcends the individual. His experiments with multimedia reflects his vision as a political extensions of his very idiosyncratic approach to movement […]

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FAR…(2008) by Rachid Ouramdane

FAR…(2008) by Rachid Ouramdane

A journey is often the opportunity to revisit, the moment to take stock of one’s identity or rather one’s identities. Those we have inherited, those we embody in the eyes of others and those we project to ourselves, that we try to emancipate. Whether national, economic, ethnic, minority, cultural, sexual, psychological or affective, a journey brings into question all of these layers of identity, which form new configurations throughout our movements. The different faces we have often result from a negotiation between the legacy of the past and the identity that is being constructed in the present. It is during these movements that the feeling of being a FOREIGNER appears. Our assumed differences and our poor understanding of elsewhere create a place where we can rethink our perceptions. This crossroads of thought is the axis around which I have constructed this choreographic project.

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