Actions, Movements and Gestures
In Actions, Movements and Gestures, Noé Soulier proposes ways of paying attention to movements based on an analysis of choreographic practices. He thus develops attention focals: conceptual framings that allow different ways of apprehending movement and body. This research stands at the blurred edge between an artistic practice that concentrates on the attitude of the spectator and a reflection on art that tries less to decipher the meaning of art works than to enrich the multiple ways to experience them. Actions, movements and gestures is a choreographic proposition that takes the form of a book. It is an observation work that makes the elaboration of different ways of looking at movement the dance itself.
Collection Carnets, Éditions du CN D Centre national de la danse, Pantin, 2016