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Corps virtuose

Corps rebelles

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

Choreographer(s) : Lecavalier, Louise (Canada)

Present in collection(s): Numeridanse.tv

en fr

Corps virtuose

Corps rebelles

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

Choreographer(s) : Lecavalier, Louise (Canada)

Present in collection(s): Numeridanse.tv

en fr

Corps virtuose - Corps rebelles

In contemporary dance, virtuosity is very present: in the power of jumps, the speed, the complexity of the choreographic concatenations. In the 60s and 70s, instead of using a lexicon of codified steps, choreographers use gestures from everyday life, but pushed to their maximum. Today, the impressive figures of hip-hop irrigate a dance, telescoping styles, between aerobatics and surge.
In a constant pursuit of transcendence, extreme virtuosity, exceptional physics and unbridled movement of breathtaking speed have made Quebec dancer and choreographer Louise Lecavalier a star of contemporary dance in the 1980s.


Source: Corps rebelles

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

Lecavalier, Louise

Louise Lecavalier joined La La La Human Steps in 1981 for the production of Oranges, and wore the company's colors until 1999.

She danced in The Process of Becoming's Angel (1983), Human Sex (1985), New Demons (1987), Infante (1991), and finally, 2 (1995) and Exaucé / Salt (1998), where she reaches a rare maturity as an interpreter. Charismatic figure of La La La Human Steps for 18 years, Louise Lecavalier has been the face of an era, embodying an extreme and spectacular dance that will upset audiences everywhere. It will be said that she is "the most brilliant and tragic dancer of our time" (Melody Maker, London). "The signature of La La La Human Steps. Often imitated, never equaled. She remains the figure of the untamed, the platinum mop in revolt, refusing the shackles. For her, dance is shared. "(The World, Paris).

The symbiosis that has existed between her and Édouard Lock testifies to an exceptional artistic adventure in the world of contemporary dance. United in an intense search for movement, they have developed together and refined a complex and highly energetic choreographic language.

Louise Lecavalier also participated in the major collaborations of La La Human Steps: duet with David Bowie, choreographed by Édouard Lock, for a benefit concert for the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London, which will be also presented as part of the show Wrap Around the World, designed by Nam June Paik and broadcast simultaneously in several countries; duet with Carole Laure for the music video Dance before falling in 1989; guest artist, with Donald Weikert, for the highlights of Bowie's 1990 Sound and Vision World Tour; concert Frank Zappa's The Yellow Shark and the Modern Ensemble of Germany in Frankfurt, Berlin and Vienna in 1992; participation with Édouard Lock in documentary Inspirations by British director Michael Apted, bringing together, on the theme of creation, the painter Roy Lichtenstein, the singer David Bowie and the architect Tadao Ando, ​​among others; and finally, parallel to her career as a dancer, role in the movie Strange Days, directed in Los Angeles by Kathryn Bigelow in 1994.

In May 1999, Louise Lecavalier ended her successful collaboration with Édouard Lock.

In March 2003, she returned to the Reclusive Conclusions and Other Duets evening at the National Arts Center in Ottawa, a three-part program that also featured dancer Margie Gillis and dancer, Tedd Robinson, and Mako Kawano. Robinson creates for her and him the duo Lula and the Sailor, finely chiseled, on the live music of saxophonist Yannick Rieu, later integrated in the play Cobalt rouge.

In 2006, Louise Lecavalier created the solo "I" Is Memory, choreographed for her by Benoît Lachambre, and solo Lone Epic with Canadian choreographer Crystal Pite. These two solos, as well as the Lula and the Sailor duo, form a complete program that has been presented 80 times, from 2006 to 2009, in Europe, North America and Japan.

The duo Is You Me, a new collaboration between Louise Lecavalier and Benoît Lachambre, was created in the spring of 2008 at the Transamériques Festival in Montreal and was the subject of 54 performances until the summer of 2011. From 2009 to 2013, Louise Lecavalier touring the double duet program of Children, designed by British choreographer Nigel Charnock, and A Few Minutes of Lock, three former Edward Lock duets revisited. In 2011-2012, Louise Lecavalier designed So Blue, her first full-fledged choreography, an intensely personal, different and innovative work, premiered in December 2012 at tanzhaus nrw in Düsseldorf, followed in 2016 by A Thousand Battles. Like So Blue, One Thousand Battles has a wide international spread. In February-March 2018, she created and performed a dance section in Les Marguerit (e) s, directed by Denis Marleau and Stéphanie Jasmin, presented at Espace GO in Montreal.


Source: Louise Lecavalier

More information: https://louiselecavalier.com/

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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