How does a dancer that gets older evolve? Which experiences does he carry on? From the discovery of the path of the dancer Frédéric Tavernini, who has danced pieces by Maurice Bejart, Mats Ek, Trisha Brown, William Forsythe or Angelin Prejlocaj, is born the desire to create a portrait: a personal story where the gestures tell the works that were performed, underlying accents, intentions and articulations.
Between the perception and the signification of movements, Noé Soulier continues to decipher dance, this time by interrogating the descriptive power of gestures: can the body of the dancer exposea dance, show it or tell it without actually performing it? Through these questions, the spectator is led to reconstitute the memory of these dances from the signs they left in the flesh of the artist. Following Frédéric Tavernini step by step, Noé Soulier draws a history that reveal the implicit discourse of movement.
Choreography: Noé Soulier
Interpretation: Frédéric Tavernini
Music: Matteo Fargion
Interpretation: Noé Soulier
Production: ND Productions (Paris)
Coproduction: CN D Centre national de la danse, Pantin (FR)
With the support of Direction Régionale des Affaires Culturelles d’Île-de-France – Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication au titre de l’aide à la structuration
Noé Soulier is associated artist at CN D Centre national de la danse.
This work prolongs the research initiated in the project 7 Dialogues directed by Matteo Fargion and produced by Dance On Ensemble(dance-on.net).