google72fe25637dc52c5d.html Daniel Léveillé | Amour, acide et noix
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© John Morstad/ F. Boivin, D. St-Pierre, D.Kilburn, I. Milicevic

Amour, acide et noix

Four bodies given over to the dance, reveal what has taken refuge behind the strange, white skin : muscle, water, breath, energy, an outlook on life, so alive and aware of the other, in spite of, or maybe because of, a need to not be entirely alone. Amour, acide et noix speaks of solitude, but also and most specifically of the infinite tenderness of touch, the harshness of life and the desire for avoidance or escape from these bodies, often so heavy. Amour, acide et noix presents nudity as the only true alternative to the reading of the body, frank and free of false modesty. Isn’t the skin the one true body costume?

 

Choreography Daniel Léveillé

Dancers at the creation Jean-François Déziel, David Kilburn, Ivana Milicevic, Dave St-Pierre

Light Marc Parent

Music The Four Seasons by Antonio Vivaldi

Rehearsal Director Marie-Andrée Gougeon (at creation), Sophie Corriveau (at rerun)

 

Production Daniel Léveillé Danse

Support at creation Agora de la Danse (Montréal); UQAM Faculty of Arts and dance department

Created in 2001

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