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Une minute de danse par jour

Numeridanse 2017

Choreographer(s) : Vadori-Gauthier, Nadia (France)

Present in collection(s): Numeridanse

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Une minute de danse par jour

Numeridanse 2017

Choreographer(s) : Vadori-Gauthier, Nadia (France)

Present in collection(s): Numeridanse

en fr

Une minute de danse par jour

This film presents Une minute de danse par jour, by choreographer Nadia Vadori-Gauthier. 

In 2015, stunned by the Charlie Hebdo shooting,  choreographer Nadia Vadori-Gauthier decided to dance for one minute  every day, to film herself, and to share her videos on social networks.

Her dances crest the wave of major news events (attacks, strikes,  demonstrations, elections …) or the micro-events of our daily lives. So,  for nearly 4 years, the project Une minute de danse par jour  has been a gesture of poetic resistance, constantly distilling an  infinitesimal gentleness into the harshness of the world, in the most  varied of contexts, regardless of circumstance.

Vadori-Gauthier, Nadia

Trained in dance, theater, and visual art, specialist in movement  practices (dance, instant composition, authentic movement, Body-Mind  Centering, yoga), Nadia Vadori-Gauthier bases her artistic and  theoretical research upon her somatic experience. After seven years as a  choreographer (creating seven pieces), today she pursues the research  work of Le Corps collectif, an artistic laboratory and performance group, interrogating the borders between art and life, visible and invisible, movement and form.

Her current research subjects, based on the implementation of a  theoretical-practical continuum, concern different thresholds of  perception and representation in the creative process, with the goal of  producing an art that maintains its connection with life and establishes  new collective arrangements between artists, spectators, and  environments. This process must involve, first of all, a renewal of  scenographic practices and writing, drawing from fluid, open  commonalities.

Committed to implementing an active and living poetry, she develops  transversal and interdisciplinary hypotheses for research (visual and  plastic arts/video/sonic poetry/dance/site-based performance/philosophy/poiesis/cognitive  sciences) in order to propose alternatives to representation,  attempting to contribute to renewing the dominant modes of visibility  and corporeality and to conceive of new modalities of images in the  performance fields, envisaging her artistic propositions not as artistic  destinations but as esthetic/political/somatic vectors for connection  to living.

In an essentially image-based world, she proposes to inhabit a body that has no image a priori; this liberty seems to her one of the keystones of profound esthetic mutations.

Une minute de danse par jour

Artistic direction / Conception : Nadia Vadori-Gauthier

Choreography : Nadia Vadori-Gauthier

Interpretation : Nadia Vadori-Gauthier, Yorick Adjal, Jeanne Alechinsky, Margaux Amoros, Audrey Azoulay, Bonnie Bainbrige- Cohen, Hélène Barrier, Marius Barthaux, Edmond Beaudoin, Liah Berlioux, Suzanne Bonneau Carole Bordes, Christophe Buren et Cécile Proust, Cécile Brousse, Catastrophe, Anna Carraud, Chloé Bernier, CLOC d’Anaïs Lelièvre, Christian Bourigault, Benoit Cancoin, Isabelle Chemin, Benjamin Chesney, Le Collectif Colette, Le Corps collectif, Michel Costiou, Anne Damesin et Rémi Delaplace, Caroline Dantheny, Dimitris & Mariana, Damien dos Santos, Anne Dreyfus, Didier Duchemin, Romain Dumas, Isabelle Duthoit, Ben Eine, Johanna Faye et Saïdo Lehlouh, Vincent Fortemps, Gabriel et Sopho, Yves-Noël Genod, Moni Grégo, K.Goldstein, Perrine Gontié, Léa Guitter, Philippe Guisgand, Anne Hidalgo, Lucas Hérault, Roland Huesca, Sara Jaleco, Aurélia Jarry, Michel Jonasz et Jean-Yves D’Angelo, Adrien Kanter, Milena Kartowski Aïach, Benoît Lachambre, Laos et Bérénice de la compagnie Circul R, Daniel Larrieu, Theo Lawrence, Thomas Lebrun et ses danseurs : Odile Azagury, Maxime Camo, Anthony Cazaux, Raphaël Cottin, Anne- Emmanuelle Deroo, Daniel Larrieu,Matthieu Patarozzi, Léa Scher, Yohann Têté et Julien-Henri Vu Van Dung, Ugo Léonard, David Llari, Sébastien Ly, Yves Marc, Nans Martin, Fatiha Mellal, Will Menter, Paskale Met et Madeleine Sins, Luck Mervil, Serge Nicolaï et son équipe : Olivia Corsini, Étienne Gaume, Gérard Hardy, Serge Nicolaï, Andrea Romano, Julie Anne Stanzac et Stephen Szerely, David Noir®, Raphael Perrotte, Nans Pierson, Jean-Marc Piquemal, Anne Querrien, Rariel, Sylvain Riejou, Julien Salaud, Scarlet, Brigitte Seth et Roser Montlló Guberna, Réda Soufi, Mariko Tanabe, Françoise Tartinville, Marion Uguen, Alice Valentin et Olivier Lefrançois, Yohan Vallée, Anna Ventura, Arnaud Villani et Eugene Holland, Aurore Vincenti, Liam Warren, Wonder Woman (Sophie Cusset)

Set design : Lieux : Art/Musées Catacombes, Centre d’Art Contemporain de Malakoff, Centre Georges Pompidou,
 Crypte archéologique du parvis de Notre-Dame, Fondation Georges Dubuffet
 La Gaité Lyrique, Musée du Louvre, Musée Eugène Delacroix, Maison Européenne de la Photographie, Maison Victor Hugo, Musée des Arts Forains, Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris Musée Carnavalet, Musée Guimet, Museum d’Histoire Naturelle, Palais de Tokyo Institutions : Archives Nationales, Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Centre des Monuments Nationaux : (Conciergerie, Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris , Panthéon, Palais-Royal, Hôtel de Sully) Collège des Bernardins, Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication, Université Paris 8, Studios de Radio-France, RTBF (télévision belge). Théâtres/scènes : CDC Atelier de Paris
 La Gaîté Lyrique
 La Générale
 Le Générateur
 L’Étoile du Nord - Scène conventionnée danse La Paperie , Le Point Éphémère, Mains d’Œuvres , micadanses, Steppes Théâtre, Théâtre de la Ville, Théâtre du Mouvement Théâtre National de, Chaillot Théâtre national de la danse, T2G, Studio le Regard du Cygne. Structures municipales : Ateliers Beaux-Arts de la Ville de Paris Centre d’Animation Louis Lumière Conservatoire Georges Bizet, École élémentaire Hermel Bibliothèque Jacqueline de Romillly Espace Paris Jeunes Mahalia Jackson Espace Paris Jeunes Taos Amrouche Hôpital Tenon AP-HP , Mairie du XXe arrondissement MPAA SAint-Blaise, Piscine Georges Vallerey Autres Lieux : Les Ambassadeurs (maison de retraite), Les Belles Perdrix de Troplong Mondot, La Bricole (Bar)
 Bubble Factory (coiffeur) , Chez Maxim’s de Paris, CITL de Vanves, Club Senior Georgette Agutte, Couleur du Temps (librairie), Crèche parentale QUI, L’Éléphant Paname, Les Mots à la Bouche (librairie), Petite Fleur (Fleuriste), Petit Ney, Café littéraire, La Recyclerie.

Original music : One Thousand Dances de Theo Lawrence

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