Marée Noire - Winter version

Fleuve | Espace Danse

Canada (Quebec)
Duration 45 min.
Booth 176
09 November 2022 at 12:00 Cégep Saint-Laurent - Terrain de soccer
Artistic Direction: Chantal Caron
Inspired by the issues caused by an oil spill in the seas and on marine ecosystems, the performance puts in symbiosis two marine goddesses captives of the Great Oil Spill. "A duo of dancers appears as part of nature: curious earthly doubles in original aqua-medusas. Undulatory movements, hands-fin waving, pulses and contractions of the bodies, sound breaths act like the inspiration of a breath or a wave". Participants are welcomed as a collective tribute to the surrounding nature in the expression of energetic movements. Chantal Caron - Choreographer Marie-Ève Demers - Dancer Geneviève Robitaille - Dancer Jean Sébastien Veilleux - Photo credits Outdoor show 30 min + 15 min of cultural mediation Open to all participants of the CINARS 2022 Biennial Number of seats (per performance): 20 Shuttle service NOT included
Represented by
Yaëlle Azoulay Agence Résonances
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