Site-specific dance that evokes audience memories of their relationships to place
Passages is a site-specific project that adapts to each location in which it’s performed. The movement sequences are predetermined, but the choreography is constructed within and for each specific place. Performers trigger resonances activating the physical memories of the audience, starting with their relationship to the spaces they inhabit.
Adapting to a variety of architectural contexts, whether it is a cloister and its corridors and garden, or a courtyard, or a room in a Museum, the choreography of Passages is composed by a bodily vocabulary that Noé Soulier has been developing over ten years. Using the immediacy of actions like grabbing, throwing, catching, or rubbing, Noé Soulier explores the motor properties that the human shares with the animal.
Presented by Dance Reflections by Van Cleef & Arpels.
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