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RCO

Radical Choreographic Object

K. Danse - Jean-Marc Matos 2018 - Director : Glenn, Félix

Choreographer(s) : Fdili Alaoui, Sarah (France) Matos, Jean-Marc (France)

Present in collection(s): Spectacles de danse participatifs

Video producer : K. Danse

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RCO

Radical Choreographic Object

K. Danse - Jean-Marc Matos 2018 - Director : Glenn, Félix

Choreographer(s) : Fdili Alaoui, Sarah (France) Matos, Jean-Marc (France)

Present in collection(s): Spectacles de danse participatifs

Video producer : K. Danse

en fr

RCO, performance description

Participatory and site-specific choreographic performance with interaction via smartphones, at will…

RCO is an interactive participatory dance performance, on variable scales, which unfolds according to the physical behavior of audience participation and their reactions instructed via their smartphones. Audiences, as they desire, trigger rules which they discover little by little.

Messages, as invitations (in French, Chinese, English or any other language) are being sent, via a local mobile telephone network (which we provide), on the smartphones of participating audiences.

A unique choreography which adapts itself to the participants, the architectural spaces and the number of dancers-performers.

RCO is the recipient of the call for proposals Phare 2017, the Diagonale Paris-Saclay.

Fdili Alaoui, Sarah

Researcher in Human-Computer Interaction | Choreographer | Dancer | Laban Movement Analyst

site: http://saralaoui.com/

Matos, Jean-Marc

Dancer, choreographer and artistic director. Trained at the Cunningham Studio in New-York, he has performed with David Gordon (Judson Church). He is interested in the impact of digital technology on society, in order to develop a meaningful relationship between dance and new media. He has choreographed more than 45 pieces which have been presented extensively in France (Avignon Festival, the Pompidou Center, etc.) and in many countries (Europe, Central and South America, USA, Canada, North Africa, India, Pakistan). He is involved in  several cross-cultural and multidisciplinary projects, including  the EU supported projects Metabody and Wholodance, for which he is one of the co-organizing partners.

Glenn, Félix

Félix Glenn, video artist and musician

K. Danse

Contemporary dance Company involved in many production, mediation and research projects integrating dance and digital arts.

The choreographic approach of the K. Danse Company develops a contemporary movement language by the dialectic confrontation between the physical body (lived, experienced) and the visual body (seen, virtual). www.k-danse.net/en

Since 1983, K. Danse has been present in major festivals and cultural events in France and abroad: Festivals of Aix en Provence, Avignon In, la Rochelle, Châteauvallon, Métafort d’Aubervilliers, American Center of Paris, Georges Pompidou Center, Grande Halle de la Villette, Maison des Arts de Créteil, Maison de la Danse de Lyon, Centre National Art et Technologie de Reims, Centre National de la Danse, ISEA 2000 à Paris, Monaco Dance Forum, Espace Odyssud de Blagnac, Cité de l’Espace de Toulouse, Electrochoc Festival, Digital Art Center Le Cube of Issy Les Moulineaux, Arts Center of Enghien les Bains, the Ardenome Gallery in Avignon, the CENTQUATRE in Paris, Le Louvre Pyramid in Paris (with the BodyFail project, laureate of the 2017 Open Art Pulsar Prize), CURIOSITas Festival, Paris-Saclay (2019)…

The company has toured in Central America, Senegal, India, Vietnam, Morocco, Spain, Mexico, Venezuela, Italy, Great Britain, Germany, Pakistan, Belgium, Hungary, Canada and USA and has presented performances at the Soros Center of Budapest, Video Fest and Podewill Centrum, Berlin, Hamburg International Festival, Foundation Polar in Caracas, Festival Medi@rte in Monterrey, Festival VAD Girona and IDN Barcelona (Catalonia), The international Video Art Festival of Casablanca (Morocco), The National Theatre of Guatemala, NIAS of Bangalore (India), Festival Llunes d’esBaluard of Palma de Mallorca (Balearic Islands), ScenoFest Festival Quadrennial of Prague (Czech Republic), International Forum of Dance and Theater of Huesca, Spain (Price for the most innovative performance, 2012, with the Tactile Sensations project), Casa Paganini (Genoa, Italy), Romaeuropa Festival (Rome), La Sorbonne Abu Dhabi (United Arab Emirates, 2018), International Festival of Video Art (Casablanca, Morocco, 2019)…

Recipient of a grant “projet Phare 2017” from la Diagonale Paris Saclay for the RCO project (with scientist and artist Sarah Fdili Alaoui), recipient of the Fellowship Residency program from the Bogliasco Foundation 2017 (Genoa Italy, New-York).

Générique

Artistic direction / Conception : Jean-Marc Matos et Sarah Fdili Alaoui

Choreography : Jean-Marc Matos et Sarah Fdili Alaoui

Interpretation : Ambre Cazier, David Mazon Fierro, Izaskun Insausti Lorente, Mario Garcia Saez

Stage direction : Jean-Marc Matos et Sarah Fdili Alaoui

Additionnal music : Alessandro Cortini, Rival Consoles, Hauschka, Rythmic Theory, The Necks

Lights : Jean-Marc Matos

Costumes : Aline Pérot

Technical direction : Arnaud Courcelle et Jean-Marc Matos

Sound : Design sonore : Jean-Marc Matos

Other collaborations : Collaboration technologique : Arnaud Courcelle (concepteur du dispositif interactif de téléphonie mobile) et Jean-Philippe Rivière (laboratoire LRI).

Production / Coproduction of the choreographic work : La Diagonale Paris-Saclay, dispositif d’accompagnement du projet. InfoMus, Gênes, Italie, développement informatique. Laboratoire LRI Université Paris Sud, design interactif. Compagnie K. Danse, apport fonds propres. Théâtre Marcel Pagnol, Villeneuve-Tolosane / Toulouse Métropole, diffusion. CDCN de Toulouse, accueil en résidence et aide au logement. Centre Culturel Bellegarde, Toulouse, accueil en résidence et diffusion du projet. La Vannerie / Compagnie La Baraque, Toulouse, accueil en résidence. Théâtre Le Ring, Toulouse, accueil en résidence et diffusion du projet. Collectif Culture Essonne, diffusion. Quai des Savoirs, Toulouse, partenaire d’organisation d’évènements pour la diffusion du projet.

Production / Coproduction of the video work : Cie K. Danse

Duration : variable : 20, 40, 50 mn

Participatory audiences - Spaces for presentation - Mobile technology

Audiences : Participatory at will, co creators and free in ways they can decide to participate either actively or not


The performance can take place in any inside space (theater stage, unconventional covered space, exhibition hall, ...) or outside space. 


The use of smartphones does not require any downloading of an application from internet since the performance functions with a local mobile network which ii is provided by the Company itself. 

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