1. Chroma Crypt

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    from Peter Rahul / Added

    Chroma Crypt v1.0 // Philippe Blanchard & Peter Rahul (2013) Developed with a particular interest in bridging old and new moving image technologies (analog video mixers and 3D video games), Chroma Crypt is an experiment in animation as a live and performative art form. Feedback is a vital formal element of the piece: it is generated and manipulated in real-time through 80s analog video mixers, and incorporated via live keying and mixing. The video game—a psychedelic cave-like environment designed collaboratively by Rahul and Blanchard in Unity—adds another performative layer to the piece, allowing the viewer to navigate the environment from a first-person perspective. Music by Charanjit Singh Made with Unity (http://unity3d.com)

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    • Bande Annonce TV Droit

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      from Philippe Blanchard / Added

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      Une bande annonce réalisée pour la promotion de la future chaîne de TV TVDroit

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      • THIS IS THAT / trailer

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        Trailer from the last and new performance by Philippe Blanchard https://vimeo.com/user8385341 created in collaboration with the performers Gabriele and Luca Stifani. The work was premiered in September 2013 in Newcastle U.K . This is a recording of the show THIS IS THAT in Dansenshus/Stockholm in October 2013. ‘THIS IS THAT’ a thought-provoking installation piece created by choreographer Philippe Blanchard together with filmmakers Luca and Gabriele Stifani where the construction of images and the meaning we attach to appearances is questioned. A stripped-down and witty work with attention to detail, This is that invites the spectators to explore multiple layers of interpretation of what is seen and heard. Through repetition and transformation, calling upon our imagination and sense of togetherness, the Stifani brothers play with our perception of what things are or could be here and now – or somewhere else, some other time – blurring a few lines along the way. As Harold Pinter wrote: “There are no hard distinctions between what is real and what is unreal, nor between what is true and what is false. A thing is not necessarily either true or false; it can be both true and false.” When we dissociate surface and content, appearances become less obvious and our impressions shift. A mental space opens up where can set out on a journey of unexpected associations towards different meanings. CONCEIVED AND DIRECTED BY Philippe Blanchard CREATED IN COLLABORATION WITH Luca Stifani, Gabriele Stifani and Ulrich Ruchlinski PERFORMERS Luca Stifani and Gabriele Stifani LIGHTING AND SOUND DESIGN Ulrich Ruchlinski COSTUMES Philippe Blanchard and Gemma Higginbotham VOICE ACTORS Arran Green and Jackson Watson PRODUCTION Global Art Collaborations/Blanchard FUNDED BY Swedish Arts Council, Swedish Arts Grants Committee/Konstnärsnämnden, City of Stockholm SUPPORTED BY Dance City (UK), The Place (UK), The Nightingale Theatre (UK), O Espaço do Tempo (PT), Inkonst (SE), wp Zimmer (BE) WITH THANKS TO Maika Knoblich, Peter Connelly, Alex Catona, Andy Zondag, Alexa Meade, Christina Neuss, Joe Fowler, Andy Smith, Lindsay Hanon, Egle Dubinkaite Premiered 21 September 2013 at Dance City, Newcastle (UK) under the working title Original Copy. Previous performances (as Original Copy): 30 September-3 October 2013 at Dansens Hus, Stockholm (SE), 5 October 2013 at Inkonst, Malmö (SE). PRESS CUTS This is as much spoken dance as danced dance. Dance as a way to relate to the world and to reality. Although Luca and Gabriele Stifani are not dancers, they are natural stage performers. In a soft, stripped-down and humorous way, Philippe Blanchard expresses trying to set the borders of existence from within oneself. It is simple and charming, sometimes also very touching. - Jenny Aschenbrenner, Cultural News, Swedish National Radio P1. It sparkles when the Stifani brothers engage in a crisp, rhythmic and brilliant duet during a trivial dialogue that turns into a chic conversation, unveiling layers of unexpected genius. In that moment comedy, sharpness and physicality come to a perfect symbiosis with the brothers’ and Blanchard’s dryness.
- Tommi Salmela, Kulturbloggen. [This is that] can be seen as a staged play about the philosophical discrepancy between the signifier and the signified. In a fast-forward pace, we get to see examples of how we constantly agree about surface and content, and how interpretations shift. - Anna Ångström, Swedish national daily Svenska Dagbladet. The Italian twins brothers Luca and Gabriele Stifani put the concept of identity to the test over and over again and it makes me reflect more than once over the fact that we often determine what we see without questioning our own gaze. This forceful work tickles perception and expands it at the same time. - Helena Lie, Swedish online paper Tidningen Kulturen.

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        • BUM EQUIPMENT

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          from Peter Burr / Added

          330 Plays / / 1 Comment

          For the 2009 PDX Film Fest CARTUNE XPREZ conjured a sprawling installation showcase in 3 parts. In Part 1: LOOPS, local design firm VON TUNDRA refigured dozens of monitors for 15 artists’ endless visions trapped in tubes. Part 2: GAMES featured an expanded arcade with side-by-side interactive video adventures. Part 3: BIG TOPS built a home for opening night performances with tents, strobes, clouds, and rainbows. Featured artists included the TM Sisters, E*Rock, Shana Moulton, Mumbleboy, Sabine Gruffat, Seth Scriver, Philippe Blanchard, Adrian Freeman, Emanuelle Kabu, Lief Hall, Luke Painter, Evan Meaney, Marc Couroux, Stephen Slappe, Jeff Kricshun, Psychedelajawea, Adam Keller, and Deelay Ceelay.

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          • Dan the Nan (2010)

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            from Stein Fluijt / Added

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            Excerpt from the performance ¨Noodles¨ by French choreographer Philippe Blanchard. Performed by Compañía Nacional de Danza (Spain) in 2010. Dancers: Luísa María Árias, Stein Fluijt. Choreography: Philippe Blanchard. Music: Philippe Boix-Vives.

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            • Demo produit : la banque du futur

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              from Philippe Blanchard / Added

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              Une démo produit pour les TechLabs Accenture à Sophia Antipolis sur l'agence bancaire du futur

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              • The Sofa (2010)

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                from Stein Fluijt / Added

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                Excerpt from the performance ¨Noodles¨ by French choreographer Philippe Blanchard. Performed by Compañía Nacional de Danza (Spain) in 2010. Dancers: Alan Fallieri, Stein Fluijt, Francesco Vecchione Choreography: Philippe Blanchard. Music: Philippe Boix-Vives.

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                • Reportage : Cora

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                  from Philippe Blanchard / Added

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                  Un format "news" sur la refonte du système informatique de Cora

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                  • MiniMagazine 8mn : Spie au Salon des Maires

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                    from Philippe Blanchard / Added

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                    Trois jours de tournage in situ sur le stand de Spie à l'occasion de la première année de présence du gorupe au Salon des Maires

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                    • Reportage : Le magasin AXA de Chateauroux

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                      from Philippe Blanchard / Added

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                      Un format mini-magazine pour AXA

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