L'abîme, temps 3 de À l'Est de Nod

Andréane Leclerc / Nadère arts vivants

multidisciplinary arts OFF CINARS
Duration 60 min.
Booth 165
11 November 2022 at 16:00
11 November 2022 at 17:00
11 November 2022 at 18:00
La Cenne
Artistic Direction: Andréane Leclerc
This showcase proposes L'abîme, the third time of À l'Est de Nod, a solo performance by Neil Sochasky. The triptych À l'Est de Nod unfolds in 3 performance-installations within which the spectators wander at their own pace: La forêt, L'errant·e and L'abîme. This evolving creation proposes an experiential reflection on the physical and psychic limits, both intimate and political, that we share. The artist and project leader Andréane Leclerc is inspired by contortion, which she has been practicing for over twenty years, to create a score in which different body-natures move, more instinctive and cosmic than social and disciplinary. The creation thus questions our relationship to the corporal, social and institutional space. The question "how does contortion inform non-contortionist bodies?" marks the starting point of this singular artistic approach that meditates and questions the concept of limit as a structure. Performers La forêt, time 1 of À l'Est de Nod : 9 to 27 local performers L'errant·e, time 2 of À l'Est de Nod : 3 performers L'abîme, time 3 of À l'Est de Nod : 1 performer Coproduction La Grainerie - Fabrique des arts du cirque et de l'itinérance - Pôle européen de la Production/Balma - Toulouse Métropole ; le Musée d'Art de Rouyn-Noranda et La Chapelle Scènes contemporaines ; le Service culturel de Saint-Orens-de-Gameville (Fr) ; l'Usine - Centre national des arts de la rue et de l'espace public (Tournefeuille/Toulouse Métropole, Fr) ; la Biennale internationale des Arts vivants de Toulouse Métropole (Fr). World premiere: Rouyn-Noranda Art Museum (Feb. 2022) European premiere : La Grainerie in the framework of the Biennale internationale des Arts vivants de Toulouse (Sept. 2022) Neil Sochasky - Dancer Christian Leduc - Photos credits Open to all participants of the CINARS 2022 Biennial Number of seats (per performance): 25 Shuttle service NOT included
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