Piece for 9 dansers and a pianist

WEG

Ayelen Parolin

Creation 2019

Chorégraphie : Ayelen Parolin

Création musicale et interprétation en direct : Lea Petra 

Interprétation : Daniel Barkan, Baptiste Cazaux, Jeanne Colin, Piet Defrancq, Marc Iglesias, Daan Jaartsveld, Kinga Jaczewska, Dan Mussett, Bianca Zueneli,
Dramaturgie : Olivier Hespel
Assistante chorégraphe : 
Julie Bougard 

Création lumiére : Laurence Halloy 

Costumes : Sofie Durnez, Wim Muyllaert

Production : RUDA asbl, DC&J Création

Coproduction : Charleroi danse, Théâtre de Liège, Tanz im August / HAU Hebbel am Ufer, L’Atelier de Paris – CDCN, Theater Freiburg

Soutien : Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles – Service de la danse, Wallonie-Bruxelles International, Wallonie-Bruxelles Théâtre/Danse, Tax Shelter du Gouvernement Fédéral de Belgique et Inver Tax Shelter

Ayelen Parolin est accueillie en compagnonnage au Théâtre de Liège (2018-2022)
Accueil studio : Charleroi danse / La Raffinerie & Les Écuries, Studio Thor, Pianofabriek
 

Charleroi danse s’engage à produire, présenter et accompagner les œuvres d’Ayelen Parolin durant trois années de 2017 à 2020.
 

Une co-présentation Théâtre Les Tanneurs et Charleroi danse
 
Photo © Philippe Hofmann

Having frequently tackled notions of uniformity, endurance and excess in response to ultraliberal society, for WEG Ayelen Parolin drew inspiration from her interpretation
of Sapiens by Yuval Noah Harari. “Once again I wanted to contrast culture and nature, but this time by playing with our unconscious, involuntary, spontaneous impulses, to wake up from a huge work of cultural formatting, standardisation and slavery.” Nine dancers and the pianist Lea Petra accompany the creator who sees herself in the role of
a spider weaving her web in this new work, where chaos theory and birds’ migratory movements flutter. Orchestrating this chaos “like a natural catastrophe, a choreography of events that resonate brutally with
one another and become endlessly corrupted,: this is her path, tinged with the unforeseeable, with disruption, instability
and contradiction. In short, the paradoxes that make her, the tumult that inhabits her, fascinated as she is by “this essential and altruistic impossibility of realising the poetry of a whole that is imperceptible and tangible at the same time”.

Thu. 11.06.2020
20:30
Fri. 12.06.2020
20:30
Sat. 13.06.2020
20:30
60'