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The second opus in a form that h o m e began to explore, everything is temporary – two dancers, two musicians – experiments with the perception of time.

Abstract

In this exploration of bodily and musical rhythms, Paul Changarnier, a member of the collective founded in 2012 and the man behind this new piece, crafts a dynamic style of dance akin to the pulsations of a music concert. Devised as a night-time journey, for one or more performers, the choreography unfolds to a cinematographic score of still or accelerated movements, which give the piece a distinctive temporality. Dance and magic (live and recorded) are particularly entwined, powering cascades of exhilarating energy on stage.

B.H

Duration

00:55

In Rhone-Alpes region

Aurillac

Credits

Conception and setting in motion Paul Changarnier | Performers Julia Moncla, Thomas Demay, Joseph Baudet (aka Emcee Agora), Paul Changarnier | Music Dog Food | Lighting Magali Larché | Scenography François Gauthier-Lafaye | External gaze Madoka Kobayashi | Sound Rémi Bourcereau | Costumes Elisabeth Cerqueira | Production and Diffusion Julie Duchènes

Production Collectif A/R | Coproduction Théâtre d’Aurillac (Scène conventionnée), Centre Chorégraphique National de Rillieux- la-Pape | Production support Centre Chorégraphique National de Caen | Supported by la DRAC Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes (Ministère de la Culture), City of Lyon, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Region | In-residence at Théâtre d’Aurillac (scène conventionnée), Théâtre de Vanves (scène conventionnée), Centre Chorégraphique National de Rillieux-la-Pape, Centre Chorégraphique National de Caen, L’Essieu du Batut (Murols), Les Subs (Lyon), Centre Chorégraphique Pôle Pik – Pôle en Scènes (Bron), L'Esplanade du Lac (Divonne-les-Bains)