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Bruit blanc [Autour de Marie-France]

Ministère de la Culture 1998 - Director : Urréa, Valérie

Choreographer(s) : Monnier, Mathilde (France) Bruit blanc [Autour de Marie-France] (France)

Present in collection(s): Ministère de la Culture

Video producer : Pénélope

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Bruit blanc [Autour de Marie-France]

Ministère de la Culture 1998 - Director : Urréa, Valérie

Choreographer(s) : Monnier, Mathilde (France) Bruit blanc [Autour de Marie-France] (France)

Present in collection(s): Ministère de la Culture

Video producer : Pénélope

en fr

Bruit blanc [Autour de Marie-France]

Mathilde Monnier met Marie-France during a movement workshop with autistic adults. The young woman fascinated and intrigued the choreographer. Out of this initial exchange a choreographed duet was born, invented on the basis of an unspoken language, devoid of symbolism, with a set of movements that had meaning for both of them. Valérie Urréa chose to follow the involved relationship between the choreographer and Marie-France, the devising of the duet, through success or resistance, an incessant ebb and flow between reflection and application.


Source : Mathilde Monnier 


More information : www.mathildemonnier.com

Monnier, Mathilde

Mathilde Monnier holds a reference position in the French and international contemporary dance landscape. Her creations continuously defy expectations thanks to constant renewal. Her nomination as director of the Centre Chorégraphique de Montpellier Languedoc-Roussillon in 1994 has initiated a series of collaborations with people coming from different artistic domains. From artist Beverly Semmes to philosopher Jean-Luc Nancy from film director Claire Denis, Mathilde Monnier has always pushed the boundaries of a work she sees as an experience above all. Musical creation holds an important position with very varied collaborations within the fields of popular as well as scholarly music - jazz musician Louis Sclavis, composers David Moss and Heiner Goebbels, virtuoso platinist eriKm. More recently, she has used PJ Harvey's rock music but also the pink pop settings 2008 vallée, the show she co-created with singer Philippe Katerine. It came to a glorious end in the Main Courtyard at the 2008 Avignon festival. Fascinated by the concept of unison, she created the pastoral Tempo 76 show at the Montpellier Danse 07 festival on Gyôrgy Ligeti's music. In february 2008 she was commissionned by the Berlin Philarmonic Orchestra conducted by Simon Rattle to choreograph Heiner Goebbels opera, Surrogate Cities. More than 130 amateurs went on stage to take part to an opera dealing with the city and the power struggle within. The same year, she presented the burlesque duet Gustavia in which she appeared along with spanish performance artist La Ribot at the Montpellier Danse 08 festival. In 2009, she created Pavlova 3'23'', in reference to the classical ballet The Death of The Swan. In 2010, working in close collaboration with visual artist Dominique Figarella, Mathilde Monnier created the show Soapéra, and subsequently paid homage to Merce Cunningham by way of the show Un américain à paris. In 2011, together with choreographer Loïc Touzé and writer Tanguy Viel, Mathilde Monnier created Nos images, a work focusing on film. Together with Jean-François Duroure, she restaged Pudique acide / Extasis at the Festival Montpellier Danse 11, two duos that the choreographers created in 1984 and 1985.

Source : Mathilde Monnier 

En savoir plus : www.mathildemonnier.com 

Bruit blanc [Autour de Marie-France]

During a workshop with autistic adults, Mathilde Monnier has met a young woman named Marie-France, who fascinated her.

Urréa, Valérie

Back in 1987, after having completed her studies at the Ecole nationale supérieure Louis-Lumière, Valérie Urréa began asserting her passion for visual and performing arts. Documentaries, live recordings, fictions, from 'Bruit Blanc' to 'L’Homme qui Danse', all of Valerie Urréa’s films, which are principally coproduced by ARTE, explore highly-sensitive themes such as autism, masculinity and issues concerning race, through artistic visions. Her multiple award-winning films are regularly presented in international festivals. She was guest-artist twice for the Commission Image Mouvement de la Délégation des Arts Plastiques (Image/Movement Commission of the French Visual Arts Delegation). At the same time, she was a teacher for several years at the École Supérieure des Arts Visuels (ESAV - Higher Institute for Visual Arts) in Marrakech, specializing in the relationships between images and performing arts. 


Source : Valérie Urréa 

Bruit blanc [Autour de Marie-France]

Artistic direction / Conception : Mathilde Monnier et Valérie Urréa

Set design : Annie Tolleter

Text : Mathilde Monnier, Fernand Deligny «Cahiers de l'immuable N2 et N3» Edition Recherches N20/1975, N24/1976

Original music : Louis Sclavis

Technical direction : Thierry Cabrera

Sound : Franch Drougard

Production / Coproduction of the choreographic work : Leslie F.Grunberg, Jean-Marc Urréa, Véronique Lalubie, Béatrice Pacotte, Cecile Laville

Production / Coproduction of the video work : La sept ARTE, Unité de programmes spectacles

Duration : 50'

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