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embedded_vlogger@motion bank 1: Myriam Gourfink, Frankfurt (in french)

embedded_vlogger@motion bank 1: Myriam Gourfink, Frankfurt (in french)

Interview with French choreographer Myriam Gourfink in the context of the MotionBank Workshops N. 1 organized by the Forsythe Company in Frankfurt. Thursday April 28, 2 pm — Saturday April 30, 5:30 pm LANGUAGE Myriam Gourfink (France) In this workshop, the French choreographer Myriam Gourfiink will explore the connection between weight and breathing and notation. […]

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Au laboratoire de la lenteur (Myriam Gourfink)

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Myriam Gourfink Review From Ballet.co

Myriam Gourfink Review From Ballet.co

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Les Temps Tirailles (2009) by Myriam Gourfink

‘Les Temps Tiraill√©s’ 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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