Reflecting our visual era, this piece plunges the spectator into an interactive visual environment galvanized by music performed live onstage.
In this digital era, Symphonie 5.1 plunges its dancers into an interactive visual environment orchestrated by music that is performed live onstage. This intriguing universe, where reality and fiction merge together, gives way to astonishing visions: a silhouette splits in two, a body pixellates until it dissolves completely. Isabelle Van Grimde questions fluctuating states of identity, the perception of the body and its evolution. Previously presented in 2016.
Choreography Isabelle Van Grimde Interactive visual design Jérôme Delapierre Performers Sophie Breton, Samaël Maurice, Maya Robitaille, Georges-Nicolas Tremblay Assistant to the choreographer Sophie Breton, Chi Long Lighting Émilie Bérubé-Dionne Music Tim Brady, Thom Gossage Sound Bernard Grenon Technical director Émilie Bérubé-Dionne
Produced by Van Grimde Corps Secrets Co-produced by Agora de la danse, Bradyworks, Brian Webb Dance Company, École supérieure de ballet du Québec Creative residencies at Agora de la danse, Circuit-Est centre chorégraphique