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Corps politique

Corps rebelles

Numeridanse.tv 2016 - Director : Pecci, Jean-Louis

Choreographer(s) : Léveillé, Daniel (Canada)

Present in collection(s): Maison de la Danse de Lyon , Numeridanse.tv

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Corps politique

Corps rebelles

Numeridanse.tv 2016 - Director : Pecci, Jean-Louis

Choreographer(s) : Léveillé, Daniel (Canada)

Present in collection(s): Maison de la Danse de Lyon , Numeridanse.tv

en fr

Corps politique

Offering powerful images without words, dance has always been the ideal artistic vector of the political field, both as a propaganda tool and as a means of denouncing the horrors of war and economic crises.

In his most recent creations, the Canadian dancer and choreographer Daniel Léveillé asks the question of the intimate, of what remains in a technological world. For him, "the body itself is political" because it transcribes a state of society that passes through it despite himself.


Source: Corps rebelles

More information: http://corpsrebelles.museedesconfluences.fr/

Léveillé, Daniel

Chorégraphe  et pédagogue canadien reconnu, Daniel Léveillé occupe une place  enviable sur les scènes nationale et internationale de la danse  contemporaine.  En quarante années de pratique, il a contribué au  développement de l’art chorégraphique en créant un corpus d’œuvres  majeur interprété par des danseurs d’exception.

Formé  au sein du Groupe Nouvelle Aire, Daniel Léveillé travaille longtemps  comme chorégraphe indépendant avant de fonder Daniel Léveillé Danse, en  1991. Tandis qu’il signe des œuvres pour diverses compagnies de danse et  de théâtre, il intègre le département de danse de l’Université du  Québec à Montréal et y occupe un poste de professeur dans le champ de la  création et de l’interprétation en danse, poste qu’il occupera de 1990 à  2012. Tout en menant de front cette double carrière, il précise et  approfondit sa pratique de l’écriture chorégraphique et développe une  approche singulière de l’interprétation en danse, sans se soumettre aux  dictats du marché de l’art.

En 2001, Amour, acide et noix (2001) établit sa réputation sur la scène internationale où il y présentera par la suite La pudeur des icebergs (2004) et Crépuscule des océans (2007).  Il développe alors une écriture faite de répétitions et de phrases  courtes, imagine des partitions chorégraphiques à la limite de  l’impossible qui contribuent à révéler la beauté de l’être dans toutes  ses imperfections et il choisit la nudité comme seul costume possible.

Avec l’œuvre Solitudes solo (2012),  couronnée par le Prix du CALQ de la meilleure œuvre chorégraphique  2012-2013, il initie un nouveau cycle de création où l’on voit poindre  une gestuelle plus fluide, le retour d’un costume autre que la nudité et  qui réaffirme avec éloquence que l’on peut faire et dire beaucoup avec  peu. Ce nouveau cycle se poursuit avec Solitudes duo (2015) et Quatuor tristesse (2018).

Daniel  Léveillé est lauréat du Grand Prix de la danse de Montréal (2017), qui  lui est attribué autant pour son impact sur le milieu de la danse que  pour la longévité de sa carrière. Le jury a voulu souligner sa signature  unique, son intégrité artistique et le remarquable travail de soutien  et de transmission qu’il a accomplit avec Daniel Léveillé Danse. En  2018, Daniel Léveillé quitte ses fonctions de direction artistique de la  compagnie et cède sa place à Frédérick Gravel. Il demeure actif au sein  de la compagnie à titre de chorégraphe.


Source : DLD compagnie

En savoir plus : https://www.danielleveilledanse.org/

Pecci, Jean-Louis

Jean-Louis Pecci is a canadian director.

Exposition Corps Rebelles

The exhibition Corps rebelles invited the public to discover contemporary dance. She presented the different approaches of the dancing body, illustrated by emblematic choreographies.

The question of interpretation was also at the heart of the exhibition with eight versions of The Rite of Spring created by eight great choreographers. The exhibition continued by treating notation as a tool for memorizing and transmitting a gesture.


Source: Corps rebelles

More information: http://corpsrebelles.museedesconfluences.fr/

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