1. NBC Documentary 2014


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    Nuit Blanche Calgary 2014 was a night to remember. Featuring 12 contemporary performance art projects brought from all over the world and several projects from organizations from Calgary, NBC 2014 delivered an intriguing range of performance experiences for more than 15,000 audience members. This documentary captures the artists and ideas behind the performances that were encountered on that beautiful night in September 2014.

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    • SWEET DREAMS - Nuit Blanche Brussels 2014


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      SWEET DREAMS : 04.10.2014 - 21h - 02h Derrière une vitrine, six sosies de stars se tiennent à votre disposition. Vous n'avez plus qu'à faire votre sélection afin de passer un moment privilégié avec vos stars préférés ! Mise en Scène : Audrey Lucie Riesen Scénographie : Nadine Trefflich, Yvan Megal Costume : Lucile Courbet Création sonore : Yvan Megal Photographe : Pascal Mouri Visuel : Anna Touvron Réalisation vidéo : Nikolas List Une production Mothership asbl En coproduction avec Nuit Blanche Bruxelles http://sweetdreamsbxlaudrey.tumblr.com/

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      • AMAZE


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        AMAZE Marcos Zotes, 2014 AMAZE creates a three-dimensional environment of light and shadows where magical moments, both intimate and collective, await for those who wish to enter. The idea of the maze is predicated in the notion of finding oneself through the notion of getting lost. Its complex branching passages force visitors to choose among options, some of which may be dead ends, while others double back on themselves. Visitors are challenged to actively experience the artwork by walking through its narrow pathways, becoming an integral part of the installation. Quick to build, versatile, secure, and affordable, AMAZE uses a standard scaffolding system as its core structure, covered by a translucent skin of fabric. The visual component of AMAZE features a dynamic grid-like organism that visually transforms the structural integrity of the scaffolding. As a result of this transformation, the sense of disorientation inside the maze is dramatically emphasised. AMAZE was presented at Scotiabank Nuit Blanche during October 4th, 2014 in Toronto, Canada More info: www.unstablespace.com

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        • Nuit Blanche K. Dubois (extrait)


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          extrait-mémoire Nuit Blanche 2014 / Piscine des Amiraux Chorégraphie Conception: Kitsou Dubois Tournage subaquatique, Réalisation : Do Brunet Danseuses : Jeanne Ragu , Pauline Barboux.

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          • Nuit Blanche 2014- texte Jean-Luc André d'Asciano- Interprétation Erwan Daouphars


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            Nuit Blanche A l'origine (peurs & délices) Et si on retombait en enfance ? Le temps d’une Nuit Blanche, des artistes et des habitants vont investir l’ancien lycée hôtelier Jean Quarré, déserté depuis des années, pour lui redonner vie. Une seule consigne : retrouver les peurs et les délices de nos origines. Dans ce lieu oublié, nous serons guidés tout au long de la soirée par des comédiens, enseignants-performers, danseurs, architectes, éditeurs, écrivains, chanteuse, musicien. À toute heure de cette Nuit Blanche, nous pourrons nous cacher dans des cabanes, déambuler dans des expositions, visiter la librairie éphémère, assister à d’étranges cours, jouer au sable avec un mandala coopératif... À l'initiative de François Dagnaud, Maire du 19e arrondissement, de Eric Thebault, adjoint en charge de la culture et sur une idée originale Thibault Amorfini de la compagnie des Treizièmes, en partenariat avec Concordan(s)e, le CFPTS, le Théâtre de Belleville, les Editions l'Œil d'or. LE SAMEDI 4 OCTOBRE 2014 DE 18 h A 2 h DU MATIN A l’ancien lycée Jean Quarré, 12 rue Henri Ribière, Paris 19e

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            • Nuit blanche


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              Avec Clémentine Ronseaux & Pierre Bedouelle chez BIW Created for the Weekend Challenge: vimeo.com/groups/weekendchallenge

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              • Holoscenes / Guitar / 3:45min / 2014


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                40 minute performance compressed into less than 4 minutes. The video is continuous and alternates between normal (100%) and 3000% speed. HOLOSCENES created by Early Morning Opera conceived and directed by Lars Jan produced by Mapp International Productions + + + This video is excerpted from a 12-hour live performance during Toronto's Scotiabank Nuit Blanche Festival, from October 4th @ 7pm to October 5th @ 7am, 2014 + + + Performed by Ben Kamino Choreographed by Geoff Sobelle Show Control and Co-Lighting Design by Pablo N. Molina
 Sound Design by Nathan Ruyle 
Costume Design by Irina Kruzhilina Co-Lighting Design by Chris Kuhl Technical Direction by Eric Lin Hydraulic Design by Larry McDonald Automation Design by Erich Bolton + + + DIRECTOR'S NOTE: For nearly four years, together with an expansive team of artists, engineers and scientists, I have been developing HOLOSCENES, a large performance installation that is a visceral, visual, and public collision of the human body and water. HOLOSCENES is born from my concern that our troubled relationship to water will become the central issue of the 21st century. Sited in public space, HOLOSCENES features a totemic aquarium-like sculpture inhabited by a rotating series of performers carrying out an everyday human behavior gathered from video submissions from around the world. Filled and drained by a custom-designed hydraulic system, the aquariums flood with up to twelve tons of water a minute, transforming the movements of the performers within. We’re using the aquarium of HOLOSCENES to weave the unraveling story of water — the rising seas, melting glaciers, intensifying floods and droughts — into the patterns of the everyday. The ebb and flow of water and resulting transfiguration of human behavior offers an elemental portrait of our collective myopia, persistence, and, for better or worse, adaptation. ~ Lars Jan, October 2014 BACKGROUND Civilization has evolved primarily within the geologic epoch of the Holocene, the period since the last ice age approximately twelve thousand years ago. However, there is debate as to whether we have already entered the Anthropocene — an epoch initiated by the industrial revolution and characterized by man’s impact on the earth over these dozen decades at a scale previously measured only in the thousands of years. The projected rise of sea level is central to this dramatic shift in the biosphere, foreshadowed by receding glaciers, melting polar ice caps, and the countless catastrophic floods of recent memory. The development of HOLOSCENES has been informed by a broad spectrum of issues critical to a consideration of climate change, including those surrounding water; climate data, paleontology, and modeling; and the social and cognitive evolution of human capacities for decision-making, long-term thinking, and empathy. SUPPORT HOLOSCENES is co-commissioned by the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art and Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. HOLOSCENES has received generous support from the Surdna Foundation, The Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, The National Endowment for the Arts, The MAP Fund (a program of Creative Capital supported by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation), Awesome Without Borders, the Panta Rhea Foundation, the New York State Council on the Arts with support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, and many individual donors. Additional research and critical residency support has been provided by Scotiabank Nuit Blanche (Toronto), the Experimental Media Performing Arts Center (EMPAC) (Troy, NY), and the Center for the Art of Performance (CAP) UCLA (Los Angeles, CA). www.holoscen.es www.EarlyMorningOpera.com www.MappInternationalProductions.org

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                • VIDEO PUSI CHAKANI 2014


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                  Video de présentation de Pusi Chakani, Oeuvre visio-phonique présentée pour la première fois dans l'Alliance Française de La Paz

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                  • SIOUX LOOKOUT - Adam CK Vollick


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                    This film was initially shot the night after Nuit Blanche in 2010. Daniel called Carolina Cerisola and I into his new workshop in Toronto after a sleepless night - and then the film was shelved, to gestate. All of our collaborations are impermanent, synesthetic and evolving to changes in the landscape. Then in 2014, when I heard the new developments in Dan's sonics for (flesh and machine), I was inspired by their sub-spatial nature. The indigenous cries that echo in "Sioux Lookout" remind me of the nearly extinct ways of people who understood our balance within nature. Carolina danced off the shelf and transformed into a disappearing supernatural creature - parallel to the sound - adapting naturally to her new environment.

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                    • Fall Darkness


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                      Who are the artists behind the art? Filmmaker Shawn Dell takes us behind the scenes with Bruno Billio & his recent Nuit Blanche installation "Bright Bundle" at #snbTO.

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