Capture of the first Lecture of Collide@CERN Geneva for Dance and Performance: Gilles Jobin artist in residency and his inspiration partner Joao Pequenao.
Conversation wiith Joao Pequenao (physicist and multimedia expert) and about his experience as an inspirational partners of Gilles Jobin | collide@CERN.
produced by marlon barrios solano as part of the
series artists@labs for dance-tech.tv
thanks to Joao Pequenao, Ariane Koek and Gilles Jobin
Conversation with Ariane Koek, creator and coordinator of Collide@CERN in occasion of the beginning the artistic residency of Gilles Jobin @ CERN, as the winner of the The Dance and Performance prize funded by the City and Canton of Geneva. She reflects on the potential of interdisciplinary inspiration for imagination and creativity. She also explains the details of her project and her role as facilitator of a space for imagination at the biggest science lab in the world.
Conversation with Gilles Jobin about his residency @ CERN, Geneva.
He tells us about this opportunity to find inspiration in the biggest scientific lab in the world and particular with particle physics, gravity and the origins of the universe.
Filmmaker Luc Peter accompanies acclaimed Swiss contemporary dancer and choreographer Gilles Jobin as he and his eclectic troupe of dancers work on ?The Moebius Strip 2001 in London and Paris. Classically trained Jobin’s singular approach tells stories in a very special and specific way, where time is treated as an elastic, infinite strip. Capturing the essence of contemporary dance – a rich art form that combines movement, rhythm and use of space – Peter’s documentary gives a fascinating insight into how an artist like Jobin works and lives. Absorbing and intriguing, the film works well as a companion piece to Peter’s film about performance artist ?La Ribot, who is Jobin’s partner and the mother of his son.
THE MOEBIUS STRIP: The Geometry of Exorcism by Sylviane Dupuis
A sensual, fluid, hypnotic exploration of a “human sculpture”: the bodies of five dancers pass, cross, follow, intertwine with each other. A video of dance, adaptation of choreographer Gilles Jobin’s “The Moebius Strip”.
The Moebius Strip, created at the Théâtre de la Ville in Paris during the spring of 2001 became one of his most emblematic pieces. “On the stage, viewed as a white painting, bodies are thrown like splashes of colors, mixed as tint areas and given rhythm by the shades of the clothes” (Rosita Boisseau). This creation evokes his father’s paintings, Arthur Jobin, which alternate between geometrical rigor and intensive vibration of juxtaposed colors.
Interview with Swiss Choreogrepjer Gilles Jobin. he talks about the revisiting of his piece A + B = X premiered 1997. The piece will be shown in Lille at the festival Latitudes Contemporaines 2011. Thanks to: Ariella Vidach AIEP http://www.aiep.org/ DanceDigital UK http://www.dance-tech.net/profile/DanceDigital Gilles Jobin Company (Switzerland) Hellerau, European Center for the Arts, Dresden, Germany […]