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Danse Passante

Danse Passante

Danse Passante

A poetic itinerant event 

Danse Passante was realized in the summer of 2021 and 2022 along the Canal de Nantes à Redon and on the GR between Quimper and Douarnenez by Julie Nioche, Lisa Miramond, Anne Reymann, Laurie Peschier-Pimont, Aline Landreau, Éli Lécuru, Elvira Madrigal, Arianna Aragno, Milena Gilabert, Lilou Achelatt, Véronique Ray, Orion Socquet, Alice Planat, Iris Gravemaker, Lucie Vaugeois (choreographic artists), Isabelle Ginot (teacher-researcher), Stéphanie Gressin, Aurore Stalin (producers), Elodie Ancelin (editor, communicator), Charlotte Imbault (critical artist), Laure Delamotte-Legrand (videographer), Gaëlle Pinier (landscaper).

Gathered together, we wish to initiate new encounters with the inhabitants, a territory, the environment and art, dance. 

"At the end of a health crisis that brought with it a wave of new constraints on bodies in movement, Danse Passante emerged as a possible response to the strong desire to resume experiences of sharing between inhabitants.

 

Because dancing freely in the public space is certainly a political act, Danse Passante proposes routes to be appropriated simply and collectively, the reliefs of which nourish the dances in progress.

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La, Farandole

Danse passante is produced by La Farandole:  Julie Nioche, Lisa Miramond, Anne Reymann, Laurie Peschier-Pimont, Aline Landreau, Éli Lécuru, Elvira Madrigal, Arianna Aragno, Milena Gilabert, Lilou Achelatt, Véronique Ray, Orion Socquet, Alice Planat, Iris Gravemaker, Lucie Vaugeois (choreographic artists), Isabelle Ginot (teacher-researcher), Stéphanie Gressin, Aurore Stalin (producers), Elodie Ancelin (editor, communicator), Charlotte Imbault (critical artist), Laure Delamotte-Legrand (video artist), Gaëlle Pinier (landscape architect)

https://www.dansepassante.org/

Delamotte-Legrand, Laure

Trained as an architect, the visual artist, video artist and scenographer Laure Delamotte-Legrand carries out a multi-dimensional work, paying particular attention to space and the body.

During her studies, she discovered the notion of the genius of place, which has had a lasting impact on her work - the question of context is essential in her creative process. In addition to this, she is interested in the analysis of movement: sensitive to dance since childhood, she nourished her career with a DEA in Theatrical and Choreographic Studies at the University of Paris VIII.

Since her beginnings, she has occasionally directed workshops in plastic arts and scenography, in partnership with numerous cultural structures in the visual arts or the performing arts, these times of transmission and exchange with various audiences tinting her vision of others and the world. For seven years, she also curated exhibitions for contemporary art events, before devoting herself exclusively to her creation.

The presence of the body, and more precisely the gesture, is at stake in her solo works as well as in her collaborations with the contemporary dance milieu, in which video plays an essential role. She likes to define herself as a visual artist of gesture and dance. Among the many French or foreign choreographers with whom Laure Delamotte-Legrand works, we can mention Julie Nioche, Thierry Thieû Niang, Emmanuelle Vo-Dinh, Shifts art in movement, Du vivant sous les plis, Lisa Da Boit, Pierre Droulers, Mustafa Kaplan. In parallel to the creations in which she takes part, the artist puts her vision of video gesture at the service of choreographers for the video recording of their pieces.

The identity of her creations is hybrid; objects, photographs, performances and videos are gathered in devices or installations, presented for about fifteen years in art centers, choreographic centers, national stages or in situ. These multiple supports are as many complementary facets to tell a context, to depict a sensitive atmosphere, to translate one or several encounters. 

The meeting of the other and his gestural testimony are indeed also part of the fundamentals of his creative process.

For more information: www.laure-delamotte-legrand.org

A.I.M.E. - Association d’Individus en Mouvements Engagés

Developing the poetics of dancing bodies

A.I.M.E. was launched by Julie Nioche in 2007, from the beginning, the association was supported by a collective of cultural actors, researchers, artists and somatic practitioners.

The Association d'Individus en Mouvements Engagés carries its artistic projects on stage and in situ, as well as the resource center for socially and physically engaged artistic projects (PasKe) in collaboration with Isabelle Ginot and Stéphanie Gressin.

The artistic projects

All the projects initiated by Julie Nioche work on dance as a place of research to make visible sensibilities and imaginary. She explores the relationship as an artistic act through the sharing of sensitive experiences and works with the history of professional and non-professional bodies.

Her works start from an attention to the imaginary which builds our identity and our sensitivity for poetic and political dances.

The resource center for socially and physically engaged artistic projects (PasKe)

A.I.M.E. defends the equality of value between works for the stage and works in situ: projects addressed to other audiences and social spaces.

 A.I.M.E. believes in a dance that poses gesture and sensitivity as common knowledge, destined to circulate through the bodies of all and founding emancipation practices. 

A.I.M.E. brings dance and its knowledge to meet the fields of social, medical and educational work through a work on the cultures of gesture and the representations of the body.

www.individus-en-mouvements.com

DANSE PASSANTE

Artistic direction / Conception : La Farandole : Julie Nioche, Lisa Miramond, Anne Reymann, Laurie Peschier-Pimont, Aline Landreau, Éli Lécuru, Elvira Madrigal, Arianna Aragno, Milena Gilabert, Lilou Achelatt, Véronique Ray, Orion Socquet, Alice Planat, Iris Gravemaker, Lucie Vaugeois (artistes chorégraphiques), Isabelle Ginot (enseignante-chercheure), Stéphanie Gressin, Aurore Stalin (productrices) Elodie Ancelin (rédactrice, communiquante), Charlotte Imbault (artiste critique), Laure Delamotte-Legrand (vidéaste), Gaëlle Pinier (paysagiste)

Interpretation : La Farandole : Julie Nioche, Lisa Miramond, Anne Reymann, Laurie Peschier-Pimont, Aline Landreau, Éli Lécuru, Elvira Madrigal, Arianna Aragno, Milena Gilabert, Lilou Achelatt, Véronique Ray, Orion Socquet, Alice Planat, Iris Gravemaker, Lucie Vaugeois (artistes chorégraphiques), Isabelle Ginot (enseignante-chercheure), Stéphanie Gressin, Aurore Stalin (productrices) Elodie Ancelin (rédactrice, communiquante), Charlotte Imbault (artiste critique), Laure Delamotte-Legrand (vidéaste), Gaëlle Pinier (paysagiste)

Production / Coproduction of the choreographic work : Production : A.I.M.E. – Association d’Individus en Mouvements Engagés Avec le soutien de : Département de Loire Atlantique, L’Été culturel - une manifestation à l’initiative du Ministère de la culture et mise en œuvre par la Direction régionale des affaires culturelles des Pays de la Loire, la Direction régionale des affaires culturelles de Bretagne, et les opérateurs nationaux, La Place de la danse - CDCN Toulouse Occitanie. A.I.M.E. est soutenue par l’État - D.R.A.C. des Pays de La Loire et par la Ville de Nantes.

Production / Coproduction of the video work : A.I.M.E. – Association d’Individus en Mouvements Engagés

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