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The Way Things Go [remontage 2019]

CN D - Centre national de la danse Danse en amateur et répertoire 2019 - Directors : Chaumeille, Ivan - Gubitsch, Raphaël

Choreographer(s) : Van Dinther, Jefta (Sweden)

Present in collection(s): Danse en amateur et répertoire

Video producer : Centre national de la danse

Integral video available at CND de Pantin

en fr

The Way Things Go [remontage 2019]

CN D - Centre national de la danse Danse en amateur et répertoire 2019 - Directors : Chaumeille, Ivan - Gubitsch, Raphaël

Choreographer(s) : Van Dinther, Jefta (Sweden)

Present in collection(s): Danse en amateur et répertoire

Video producer : Centre national de la danse

Integral video available at CND de Pantin

en fr

The Way Things Go [remontage 2019]

An extract remodelled by the group Atelier amateur, coordinator Sylvain Huc, as part of Danse en amateur et répertoire programme 2018/2019 (a programme created to assist and promote amateur dancing). Transmission by Naiara Mendioroz Azkarate. Presented 25 May 2019, la Grande Salle, les Magasins généraux, Pantin.


The dance work when it was created

The Way Things Go 

Firstly produced 6 October 2009 at the Grand Théâtre in Groningen (Netherlands)

Choreography: Jefta van Dinther

Dance work for 5 performers: Kyung-Sun Baek, Jefta van Dinther, Luís Miguel Félix, Naiara Mendioroz Azkarate, Norberto Llopis Segarra 

Music: work performed in silence

Original duration: 45 minutes

The group 

Atelier amateur (Cazals, Occitania)

The Atelier amateur is a group comprising seven dancers aged between thirty-three and forty-nine years old. They met when participating in workshops organized by the Faits et Gestes association, focusing on individual exploration work, collective improvisation and instant composition. This workshop work led to the creation of several projects with the Compagnie Divergences which, above and beyond simple technical practice, enabled them to experiment with the various creation process phases and to present performances.

The project

Inspired by the famous video made by the artists Fischli and Weiss, Der Lauf der Dinge [The Way Things Go] based on an immense domino effect, Jefta van Dinther’s work places emphasis on the transmission of movement from one body to another. This physical exploration works like a chain reaction, where bodies are subjected to pushes, falls, pressure, disequilibrium. On a proposal made by Sylvain Huc, the Atelier amateur dancers incorporated this long sequence of actions, constantly on the verge of collapsing: a unique approach to movement, which enables them to experience time, space and the relationship with the public.

Van Dinther, Jefta

Jefta van Dinther (SE/DE) is a choreographer and dancer working between Stockholm and Berlin. He grew up in Sweden, after which he moved to the Netherlands and graduated from the Amsterdam School of the Arts (MTD) in 2003. His work is characterized by a rigorous physical approach and always implies a staged research of movement itself. The moving body is centerfold in his work but belongs to and interacts with a body of light, sound and materials that constitute an environment of perception and sensation. The dancers work and dance their way through various environments: their processes exhibited live on stage become performances. Jefta's work deals with illusion, the visible and the invisible, synesthesia, darkness and light, labor, the uncanny, affect, voice and image. They often play with formats of presentation, and range from traditional dispositifs to installation like settings as well as from smaller intimate performances to large-scale productions.

Currently on tour are As It Empties Out (2014), Plateau Effect (2013 - a commission for Cullberg Ballet), THIS IS CONCRETE (2012) as well as the previous GRIND (2011). His other works include The Blanket Dance (2011), Kneeding (2010), The Way Things Go (2009) and IT'S IN THE AIR (2008). The next creation with the working title EXTENSIONS will premiere in January 2016. Between 2012-2014 he was appointed artistic co-director of the MA program in Choreography at the University of Dance and Circus in Stockholm together with Frederic Gies.

Source: http://www.modul-dance.eu/artist/jefta-van-dinther/

Updated: March 2015

Chaumeille, Ivan

Film director, Ivan Chaumeille, has worked with choreographer Dominique Brun a long time, most notably in the production of + One (2014), a creative documentary scheduled as part of the festival “Vidéodanse”, in the editing of which Rafaël Gubitsch participated; he filmed and edited two versions of Afternoon of a faun, choreographed by Vaslav Nijinski for the film Le Faune -un film ou la fabrique de l’archive. He also carried out interviews, and devised and formulated the ROM and video dimensions of the DVD (2007). He shot video sequences for the show Medea-Stimmen by Virginie Mirbeau, created at Festival Les Météores CNN du Havre (2008). With a background in philosophy, he produced a creative documentary entitled Avec François Châtelet, un voyage différentiel (2010) for the collection “À Contre-temps” in co-production with Groupe Galactica, Mosaïque films and Canal 15.

Gubitsch, Raphaël

Rafaël Gubitsch, who is a camera operator, film editor and photographer, produces documentaries and videos around plastic art, music and dance.

He recorded videos by the artist Elliott Causse “Fluctuations” in the context of his numerous installations and monumental frescoes. The film Propagations (2015) portrays the opening of the exhibition, which has the same name as his creation.

He made several documentary videos for Trio Talweg including the EPK of their album Trios avec piano (2018), the recording of which is shown at the Arsenal of Metz.

He has been assistant film editor with Ivan Chaumeille several times, including for + One (2014), a creative documentary scheduled as part of the festival “Vidéodanse”.

As a photographer, he planned the exhibition Urbanicités (2016) with Corentin Hervouët at the 39/93 in Romainville, which focuses on daily life and the city, the multitude of loneliness.

Rafaël has been the audiovisual operator of the exhibition hall of the Philharmonie de Paris since 2016.

The Way Things Go [remontage 2019]

Choreography : Jefta van Dinther

Interpretation : Aurélie Brient, Frédérique Calvet, Marie Lamouroux, Jacqueline Trelles Vasquez, Amélie Viers, Stéphanie Vignals-Moussie, Marilyn Vilard

Sound : Pièce interprétée dans le silence

Danse en amateur et répertoire

Amateur Dance and Repertory is a companion program to amateur practice beyond the dance class and the technical learning phase. Intended for groups of amateur dancers, it opens a space of sharing for those who wish to deepen a practice and a knowledge of the dance in relation to its history.

Laurent Barré
Head of Research and Choreographic Directories
Anne-Christine Waibel
Research Assistant and Choreographic Directories
+33 (0)1 41 83 43 96
danse-amateur-repertoire@cnd.fr

Source: CN D

More information: https://www.cnd.fr/en/page/323-danse-en-amateur-et-repertoire-grant-programme

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