Choreographic choir for 5 performers

La Chaleur

Madeleine Fournier

creation 2020

Chorégraphie : Madeleine Fournier
Interprétation : Jonas Chéreau, Madeleine Fournier, Catherine Hershey, Corentin Le Flohic, Johann Nöhles
Regard extérieur : David Marques
Lumière : Nicolas Marie
Dispositif sonore : Clément Vercelletto
Coaching vocal : Jean-Baptiste Veyret-Logerias
Costumes : Valentine Solé
Objets : Andrea Baglione
 

 
Production : ODETTA
Production déléguée, diffusion : Parallèle – Pôle de production international pour les pratiques émergentes
Coproduction : Charleroi danse, NEXT Festival / Kunstencentrum BUDA, Atelier de Paris – CDCN, POLE-SUD – CDCN Strasbourg, Le Phare – CCN du Havre Normandie, CCN de Caen, TU-Nantes, Centre culturel de La Norville, Be My Guest réseau international pour les pratiques émergentes
Accueil studio, soutien : Montévidéo Marseille, POLE-SUD – CDCN Strasbourg délocalisé à Bouxwiller en partenariat avec le Théâtre du Marché aux Grains – Atelier de Fabrique Artistique, DRAC Ile-de-France
 
 

Création novembre 2020, Kunstencentrum BUDA, NEXT Festival, Kortrijk
 
Une co-présentation Kaaitheater et Charleroi danse
 
Visuel © Melpomene-Muse_de_la_ Tragédie

After training at the CNDC in Angers, Madeleine Fournier (Paris, 1987) rapidly started collaborating with visual artists and choreographers.
She has been carrying out her own research and collaborating with Jonas Chéreau since 2008, creating several pieces together. In 2018 the dancer and choreographer embarked on a new period in her work with the highly acclaimed solo Labourer. Inspired by The Life of Plants in which Emanuele Coccia develops the idea that “our bodies cross through, and are crossed through by, the bodies of others”, her latest creation is interested in the collective.
References in La Chaleur also venture into the repertoire of opera and baroque music – Purcell in particular – to ask questions about the original chorus (“before dance and music were separated”), mythology and muses.
All the elements together develop into “a form that is both spectacular and intimate, building a bridge between opera and experimental dance, zigzagging between abstraction and fiction”.

Enough for a programme all on its own!

Thu. 25.02.2021
20:30
Brussels - La Raffinerie
Shows
Fri. 26.02.2021
20:30
Brussels - La Raffinerie
Shows
60'