TRAJECTOIRES
Julien Carlier / Cie Abis
DANCE

Creation March 2022 - 20'

The performance TRAJECTOIRES crystallises the meeting of the choreographer Julien Carlier with the classical guitarist Gaëlle Solal. The two performers explore the organic and spontaneous ways to connect with each other from a distance.

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Choreography and artistic direction  Julien Carlier Interpretation and creation  Gaelle Solal, Julien Carlier,  Light creation  Gregoire Tempels Outside view Fanny Brouyaux, Benoit Nieto Duran  Costumes Marie Artamonoff  Development and distribution Bloom Project

Production Cie Abis With the support of  National Wallonia-Brussels Theater, Charleroi Danse - Choreographic Center of the Wallonia-Brussels Federation and the Jacques Franck Cultural Center

Julien Carlier is a resident choreographer at Charleroi-Danse, and is supported by the Wallonia-Brussels Federation and the Grand Studio.

The performance TRAJECTOIRES crystallises the meeting of the choreographer Julien Carlier with the classical guitarist Gaëlle Solal. The two performers explore the organic and spontaneous ways to connect with each other from a distance. They lend themselves to the game of labyrinthine paths in their respective disciplines: from the interpretation of a prelude by Bach on the guitar and the intertwining of gestures in tension.

Julien Carlier's work is rooted in concrete encounters, practices, feelings experienced, etc. It is the passage from reality to the stage that interests him, placing the body as a medium/witness of this transformation.
Among the themes of the creations, we find the encounter between dance and other artistic practices, the relationship to constraint and physical commitment, a questioning of sensory perceptions, power relations, resilience, the question of the limit...

 
 
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