Choreography ::: Alexandre Munz
Dancer ::: Louis Nam Le Van Ho
Music ::: CoH, Alva Noto and Ryuichi Sakamoto
The sources of inspiration are summed up in one painting from Francis Bacon "Three studies for a crucifixion" (1962). To talk carcasses bones and meat with the dancer spreads emotion in the studio. It is a strategy to draw the interpret's attention toward himself, without trying to, without feigning. And rapidly, almost by inadvertance, the dancer feels movements with no affectation, dance reaches out with sensoriality. That's the impact I search for the public's eye. This solo is an odd ode to life, I decorticate sinuous crucified figures, dramatized carcasses. "We are meat, we are potential carcasses" said Francis Bacon. Alexandre Munz
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