Temps de Baleine

Jonas Chéreau

Re-creation 2021 — Young audiences aged 7 and over — Solo

Création et interprétation : Jonas Chéreau

Assistant à la dramaturgie, Régie de tournée : Marcos Simoes
Administration, Production, Diffusion : Lauren Boyer, Leslie Perrin / MANAKIN

Coproduction : Le Gymnase CDCN Roubaix/Hauts-de-France
Soutien : Théâtre de L’oiseau mouche


Création mai 2021, Festival Les Petits Pas, Le Gymnase – CDCN Roubaix/Hauts-de-France

Une co-présentation Pierre de Lune et Charleroi danse

Créé dans la continuité de
Baleine (Création 2019)

Création et interprétation : Jonas Chéreau
Création lumière : Abigail Fowler
Création vidéo : Emmanuel Larue
Création son : Aude Rabillon
Conseil vocal : Jean-Baptiste Veyret-Logerias

Co-production : Charleroi danse, Kunstencentrum BUDA, Le Vivat – scène
conventionnée d’intérêt national d’Armentières, Ménagerie de Verre
Soutien : CN D Centre national de la danse, Workspacebrussels, pad – la cabine – cie nathalie béasse, Le Pacifique – CDCN Grenoble Auvergne – Rhône-Alpes, La Place de la Danse – CDCN Toulouse/Occitanie, Théâtre de Vanves, Honolulu Nantes, Cncd-Angers, DRAC Île-de-France – aide au projet

After studying history, Jonas Chéreau trained as a dancer at the CNDC d’Angers. As a performer he has worked with the likes of Daniel Larrieu, Fanny de Chaillé, Lilia Mestre and Nada Gambier. As a choreographer, he has again used collaboration and hybridisation to advance his approach alongside Jacques Bonaffé, Madeleine Fournier and Diederik Peeters among others.

His dance universe is happy to collaborate with other disciplines, sensitivities or aesthetics. In 2019 with Baleine, Jonas Chéreau embarked on a new creative exploration, this time on his own. He has now created a new version of it for young audiences, Temps de Baleine, tackling the notion of time from every angle, including passing time and the time of day. In this low-tech “weather forecast dance” which “has fun connecting internal emotional states with external ones”, the choreographer interlinks movement and image, plays with words and their texture and surveys the mental landscapes of global anxiety, from atmospheric variations to short-lived disturbances.

Wed. 01.12.2021
10:00
Brussels - Raffinerie
Schools
Wed. 01.12.2021
15:00
Brussels - Raffinerie
45'