On The Road Again – Itinéraire été 2014

HUMAN PLAYGROUND  Auto-Fiction >>> TOURNÉE 2014 >>> London | Guelph |  Shawinigan |  Montréal | Pointe-aux-Trembles | Joliette | Lac-St-Jean – Roberval, Saint-Prime, Péribonka | 1 mercedes 4 danseurs 12 spectacles 300 litres d’eau 3 000 km 2 725 spectateurs À ne pas manquer : prochain spectacle à Montréal, le mercredi 16 juillet à 20h au PARC MÉDÉRIC-MARTIN Campés entre les hangars et les parkings depuis la mi-avril, nous répétions pour cette 5e saison ! En tête d’affiche au FLUX London Dance Festival et au Guelph Dance, Auto-Fiction a été... Lire la suite →

Flashmob anticapitaliste

Brio et activisme espagnol sur les planchers de marbre des banques d’Andanlousie – stupéfiant! BBC NEWS report : Flamenco flash mobs – seemingly spontaneous dance and song performances – have been taking place in banks all over Andalusia in Spain, causing short, if amusing disruptions to the working day. The brainchil of an anti-capitalist group known as Flo6x8, they are designed to express anger and frustration at the economic crisis.   Partager → Tweet

Contagious Dancing

Girl Walk // All Day is a feature-length dance music video and tale of urban exploration that follows three dancers across New York City. They turn the city’s sidewalks, parks, and architecture into an evolving stage as they spread their joy of movement. The film is about self-discovery and love, and it’s a tale about finding community and vitality in shared public spaces. The idea for this project emerged from our desire to expand the boundaries of the single-track music video, to an epic music film. Girl Walk // All... Lire la suite →

David Binder: The arts festival revolution

David Binder is a major Broadway producer, but last summer he found himself in a small Australian neighborhood, watching locals dance and perform on their lawns — and loving it. He shows us the new face of arts festivals, which break the boundary between audience and performer and help cities express themselves. « Twenty-first-century arts festivals ask the audience to be a player, a protagonist, a partner, rather than a passive spectator.” VIDÉO | David Binder: The arts festival revolution Partager → Tweet