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Tuesday 28th November 2017 at 8pm — Studio Bagouet, ICI—CCN

Monday 4th December 2017 at 7pm — Studio Bagouet, ICI—CCN

Aux frontières des phénomènes perceptifs et synesthésiques, du laboratoire de sciences sociales et de l’installation spectaculaire pointue, le chorégraphe suédois Jefta van Dinther invente des pièces d’une grande maîtrise plastique.

Il considère l’écriture chorégraphique comme un processus vivant, porté par la physicalité :il confronte les corps, les énergies, décompose le mouvement, le frotte avec vigueur aux éléments scéniques, à la texture du son et à la lumière.

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GRIND by Jefta van Dinther, Minna Tiikkainen and David Kiers — Show (creation 2011)

Tuesday 28th November 2017 at 8pm — Studio Bagouet, ICI—CCN

Imagine a place that defies your senses. Imagine rhythms that affect your vision. Imagine a room where the dimensions of the space appear resilient. Imagine the pressure of sound transforming a body into vibrations. Imagine light that makes you perceive darkness. Grind offers this place – where the components of body, light and sound create binds that affect, confuse and move.

Grind is a collaboration between choreographer and dancer Jefta van Dinther, lighting designer Minna Tiikkainen and sound designer David Kiers. Inspired by synesthesia, the performance seeks to challenge our grip on reality by suspending our senses and short-circuiting perception. Minimizing in order to maximize, Grind forges simple elements into a full-on affective machine. Through duration and repetition the components of body, light and sound turn around and around, mixing until they start to seem foreign. With pulsating, cutting, flickering lights and the unrelenting beats of dark, loopy techno, it is a choreography of matter that Grind generates.

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