|The Boom Project
Dance has exhausted herself. Form is collapsing. Nature is rapidly being extinguished. Our house is burning, hors control.
In the wake of this collapse, the infinite potential of our human attention is exposed.
No longer the centre of a domesticated world, Dance has gone wild, unfastened herself, each moment a tear in time. . ...
|unwrapping d a n s e-
a partial lecture about a partial history, an unfinished d a n s e by a saturated body, an ongoing practice… exposed
What holds up when the wrapping is gone? Is there a leg to stand on once the shining sheen of performance paraphernalia is rubbed out? What was there anyway, before it got stitched up?
Unwrapping d a n s e , Présenté:
Zagreb Croatie 2015
Gothenburg Swède 2016
|d a n s e (3)
danse (3) is in part a response to ten years of making work in France, where the spectacle is king. danse (3) dispenses with most of the wrapping, but nonetheless, exploits the context of the spectacle to place the viewer in the corps of the dance. ...
|No one will tell us …
"The choreographic practice of d a n s e is not about memorising movements, but rather, about imprinting the body-mind of the dancer with ways of sourcing movement from any part of the body, at any speed or level, with any force or duration, in any direction,…
|d a n s e (4)
In danse (4), Rosalind Crisp expands her project by inviting three French dance artists, Céline Debyser, Max Fossati and Alban Richard, to appropriate her choreographic materials and processes of research. Her intention was to develop multiple registers of d a n s e , renderings of the work that are very different to her own and that can co-exist ...
|d a n s e (1)
is a fifty-minute solo journey through a large non-frontal space with five different "stations" or environments. Rosalind is concerned in this work with how the body in d a n s e is transformed over a duration of fifty minutes, in response to different textural environments and in close proximity to the public ...
|sur les traces du wombat
This 'site' of the d a n s e project was commissioned by the Parc Départemental de Chamarande for their annual summer festival in July 2005, the Parcours de danse ...