Catherine Diverrès: Blowin’

A work for 8 dancers and 2 musicians

Catherine Diverrès emerged on the French dance scene during the 1980s as she sought to chart her own route through a decade intent on questioning and breaking with the past. Her dance remains restless and is imbued with a singular poetic vigour. This is her company’s Greek debut.
In Blowin’ (2007), she reveals a kinship with Cunningham in her use of aleatory processes—though with different bodies, sensitivities and techniques and a less formalist vocabulary. The rules of the game: incorporation of improvisation into the creative process, experiments on live music and actively using the spectator.
Concept: Catherine Diverrès
Artistic collaboration & Sets: Laurent Peduzzi
Musicians: Seijiro Murayama percussion, Jean-Luc Guionnet saxophone
Lighting Design: Catherine Diverrès & Eric Corlay
Lighting Design Consultant: Marie-Christine Soma
Costumes: Cidalia da Costa in collaboration with Claude Gorophal
Stage Sets: Atelier Devineau

Fabrice Dasse, Julien Fouché, Marta Izquierdo Munoz, Kathleen Reynolds, Rafael Pardillo,  Emilio Urbina, Thierry Micouin, Filipe Lourenço

Co-production: Centre Chorégraphique National de Rennes et de Bretagne, Rencontres chorégraphiques internationales de Seine-Saint-Denis.

source: greek

10 – 12 July 2010, 21:00

Michael Cacoyannis Foundation

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