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): Ouest
Ouest is at the border between a film scene that would have trouble getting started and a plastic installation that would run in a loop. She is interested in showing time, space and introducing events that divide and unbalance what would seem established. Since its creation in 2016, she has considered this project as an evolutionary piece, which changes and transforms itself as soon as a new person intervenes. She onsiders Ouest as a place of life and passage which, depending of the participants, switch into a temporality permeable to new imaginaries.
The residency will allow us to work with actor Mathieu Montanier, who will integrate the play in June 2019.
|Carole Perdereau (FR): L’Assaut||20.06.2016 - 01.07.2016||Budatoren|