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13.12.202119h

Le Quai, studio de création

13.12.202120h

Le Quai, T400

On tour in France

On tour in France

On tour in France

On tour in France

On tour in France

On tour in France

On tour in France

On tour in France

On tour in France

On tour in France

On tour in France

On tour in France

On tour in France

On tour in France

On tour in France

On tour in France

On tour in France

Noé Soulier
The Waves

The Waves explores the various ways in which gestures suggest bodily experiences by expanding the research at the heart of my previous pieces. Movement on Movement was focused on gestures that explain or comment other movements. Removing transformed the perception of goal-oriented actions such as hitting, avoiding, throwing or grabbing, by preventing the audience to recognize these goals. For example, the dancers aimed at imaginary objects or interrupted their actions before they were completed, thus allowing the spectator to experience aspects of the action that would remain unnoticed if its goal would have been identified. Faits et gestes continued these experiments and added an exploration of the ways in which a gesture can recall the feeling of executing a movement: dancers created gestures that expressed their experience when executing another movement. All these projects are rooted in the intuition that a gesture that explains or suggests a movement can often communicate better what is at stake in this movement. In this new piece, I would like to pursue and expand this exploration of the ways in which a movement can refer to another movement: symbols, hints, suggestions, schemata, sketches, comments, explanations, experiential correspondences…