The Facts of Winter Festival (Festival Faits d'Hiver)
Photos: Performance of Des Arbres sur la Banquise (Trees on the Ice Floe), Photos by Jacky Ley; and Au bord de l'oubli, là où rien du coeur ne se perd (Mi-Octobre).
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|Country and Region||France — Île-de-France|
|Type of Festival||Dance|
|Location of Festival||Paris, Île-de-France, France|
|Festival Contact Information|
The contemporary choreography and dance festival has taken place since 1997 and is organized by Micadanses.
|Festival Dates||January 24 - February 23, 2014|
Performance feature 2012:
- On the verge of oblivion, where nothing of the heart vanished (Au bord de l’oubli, là où rien du coeur ne se perd), Compagnnie Mi-Octobre
Performances — January 31 and February 1-3, 2012
- About the performance
- A two part choreographic project, which assembles in a single space—the stage—and in two moments as a conversation, two generations of dancers, in their fifties for, On the verge of oblivion, (a woman and a man) and in their thirties for where nothing of the heart vanished (three men, a woman). A common question, about memory. This project takes place in the present to explore and reconsider how history repeats itself and reveals the permanency of certain themes: work of art/spectator, artist/individual, ego/communication, interns settlement/dominant edifice, verticality/ horizontality, signs, feelings, collective fantasies, loneliness, community… How to reach an elsewhere, by which mobility are we called toward? How an organism can adapt to the disruptions, to the disproportionate affects when the events no longer exist, or cannot be welded together by memory?
- Production information
- Conception: Serge Ricci et Fabien Almakiewicz
- Light Design: Boris Molinié
- Sound Design: Jean François Domingues
- Costume Design: Alexandra Gilbert
- Choreographic material and interpretation : Fabien Almakiewicz, Brigitte Asselineau, Yann Cardin, Cyril Geeroms, Aurélie Mouilhade
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