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CN D - Centre national de la danse 2015 - Director : Centre national de la danse, Réalisation

Choreographer(s) : Lambert, Fabrice (France)

Present in collection(s): Centre national de la danse , CN D - Spectacles et performances

Video producer : Centre national de la danse

Integral video available at CND de Pantin

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CN D - Centre national de la danse 2015 - Director : Centre national de la danse, Réalisation

Choreographer(s) : Lambert, Fabrice (France)

Present in collection(s): Centre national de la danse , CN D - Spectacles et performances

Video producer : Centre national de la danse

Integral video available at CND de Pantin

en fr

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Part of the Concordanse festival
A man and a woman in a space, but each in their own bodies and with their own organs inside those. We catch a glimpse of a presence. Is someone there? A person, or a spirit? Perhaps a ghost? A human form onto which thoughts are projected, a body that we lend sensations, an animalism with intriguing subjectivity. The figure begins to disappear under the gaze of another, who gives the account of this disappearance.

Updated: juin 2016

Lambert, Fabrice

Born in 1974 in Grenoble, Fabrice Lambert trained at the Centre national de danse contemporaine d'Angers (National Centre for Contemporary Dance Angers) (1994-1996). Once he finished his training, he founded the Expérience Harmaat with Yuha-Pekka Marsalo, to create two pieces: Ethogrammes and Étude pour 4 mouvements (Study for four movements) (1997). He joined the Kubilai Khan Investigations collective (1996-1998), then the Carolyn Carlson dance company (1997-1998).

In 1998, he began a long-term collaboration with Catherine Diverrès at the Centre chorégraphique national de Rennes (National Choreographic Centre in Rennes), which lasted until 2002. He has also worked with François Verret, Emmanuelle Huynh and Rachid Ouramdane. Since 2000, Fabrice Lambert has been the artistic director of the Expérience Harmaat, where he continues his creative and research work.

THE EXPÉRIENCE HARMAAT

The Expérience Harmaat is a space in which artists from various disciplines come together to work on the projects of the choreographer Fabrice Lambert. Their common goal is to examine the concept of movement, each in their own artistic field.  Since 2000, visual artists, video artists and dancers have participated in the creation of many pieces: “No body, never mind” (2001), “TOPO” (2001), “Le Rêve” (The dream) (2002), “Play Mobile” (2003), “Imposture” (2004), “Frédéric Lambert” (2004 – commissioned by the SACD / Le Sujet à Vif), “Abécédaire” (alphabet book) (2005), “Meutes” (packs) (2006), “Gravité (gravity) (2007), “D'Eux” (From them) (2008), “Virga” (2009 – commissioned by the SACD / Le Vif du Sujet), “Solaire” (Solar) (2010), “Faux Mouvement” (False movement) (2012). These works have been performed both in France and abroad.

Longstanding loyalties are forged over the course of the projects: Hanna Hedman, assistant, dancer, teacher, Philippe Gladieux, lighting technician and video artist, and Ivan Mathis, dancer and lighting technician, have collaborated regularly with the Expérience Harmaat since 2001. The Expérience Harmaat enjoyed a three-year residence at the Manège, the Roche-sur-Yon national theatre, from 2003 to 2007, at the Theatre Le Vanves during the 2009/2010 season, and at the Ferme de Bel Ebat in Guyancourt during the 2011/2012 season. In 2012 it began a three-year residence at the CND (National Dance Centre) in Pantin, with the support of the Seine-Saint-Denis administrative department.

Updated: June 2013

Obiegly, Gaëlle

Born in Chartres in 1971, Gaëlle Obiegly spent her childhood on the plains of Beauce – which she remembers as a time of solitude and boredom – before going to study art and Russian. She now lives and works in Paris. Her first novel, Petite figurine en biscuit qui tourne sur elle-même dans sa boîte à musique, (L'Arpenteur, 2000), the portrait of Gala, a lonely young woman. She has also published le Vingt-et-un Août (2002), and Faune (2005), an astonishingly intimate bestiary. The subect of her novel La Nature (L'Arpenteur, 2007) is particularly topical: 'A woman has become an object, a maid, a conquest, an actress, a starlet, an employee, an intellectual, a receptionist, a worker, a nun, a Trotskyist, a naturalist, a wife, a resistance fighter, a mother, a widow, a teacher – having been a child. A woman feels stripped of something because she is no longer incomparable. Who has betrayed her? Nature?' She has also published a text for young people, Le coyote et la fée (Le Baron Perché, 2007). In 2011, she invited readers to return to their childhood, the childhood of fictional art, with Le Musée des valeurs sentimentales (Verticales) and in 2013 with Mon prochain (Verticales) she takes on an exploration of the world, true/false reporting, a private notebook that doubles as a tale of adventure. A lucid and talented young writer, Gaëlle Obiegly stands out with her precise and very personal writing.   
She occasionally works with journals, especially L'Impossible and Chroniques purple.

Centre national de la danse, Réalisation

Since 2001, the National Center for Dance (CND) has been making recordings of its shows and educational programming and has created resources from these filmed performances (interviews, danced conferences, meetings with artists, demonstrations, major lessons, symposia specialized, thematic arrangements, etc.).

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Choreography : Fabrice Lambert

Text : Gaëlle Obiegly

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