Petrikor Danse - Bettina Szabo

multidisciplinary arts OFF CINARS
Duration 20 min.
Booth 167
11 November 2022 at 12:00
11 November 2022 at 16:30
Circuit-Est, Peter Boneham - Édifice Jean-Pierre-Perreault
Artistic Direction: Bettina Szabo
SHOWCASE - With "Moïra" Compagnie de danse Sursaut - Morgane Le Tiec Habitat is a multidisciplinary solo inspired by the life cycle of hermit crabs, serving as a metaphor for the artist's emigration journey from Uruguay to Canada. Hermit crabs don’t have a shell; instead, they house themselves in objects according to their size. As they grow, their object becomes limiting and uncomfortable, so they look for a new one. This multidisciplinary piece combines movement, sound, a paper sculpture named Hermes (made of 600 articulated paper cones) and lighting. All elements are controlled in real time by the performer, which serves as her shell, her habitat. The lighting and sculpture create beautiful visual effects reminiscent of aurora borealis. All these elements make of Habitat a hypnotic poetic experience with an aquatic eerie atmosphere. Bettina Szabo - Choregrapher & Dancer Jacinthe Derasp - Sculpture Ana Dall'Ara Majek & Joel Lavoie - Music composer Morena Prats - Dramaturge Alexandra Bachmayer - Costume and wearable electronics Laurie-Anne Langis - Rehearsal Director Thibaut Carpentier - Spatialization Denis Martin - Photo credits Open to all participants of the 2022 Biennale Number of seats (per representation) : 25 Shuttle service NOT included
Represented by
Aaron Fernandes Aaron Fernandes Entertainment
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