Carole Perdereau (FR)
Carole Perdereau is a dancer and choreographer. She trained at the School For New Dance Development School in Amsterdam. After this period, she began to engage a choreographic research. She has an interest in amplifying and distorting real time and inventing obsolete, wandering characters with no past or future. She works on a writing of intentions, of variations between what is seen and what is shown to be seen, a tendency to instability, to support and reveal imbalances. As an interpreter, she collaborates on projects by Jocelyn Cottencin, Loïc Touzé, latifa Laâbissi, Laurent Pichaud, Sylvain Prunenec, Pierre Droulers, Donald Fleming, among others. As an assistant / artistic collaborator, she works especially with Mickaël Phelippeau (22, Avec Anastasia, Set up), Jonas Chéreau & Madeleine Fournier (Subtitle), Loïc Touzé (9).
Carole Perdereau (FR): L’Assaut
For the first time in residence at BUDA, she’ll work on the remake of L’Assaut (The Assault, 2014), based on the text The assault of the waving sword from the novel La vie dans les plis (Henri Michaux).
The text is a starting point, a source for the singing voice, a call for a drift, a perceptual experience, a path, a resistance. The activity is minimal, failing as well as brave, brazen as well as fearful. An overlap between what the author has written, what is read and what is interpreted. It is an attempt to make one receptive for a scripture. What are the resonances, the impact of words on gestures?
|Carole Perdereau (FR): Ouest||18.03.2019 - 29.03.2019||Budatoren|