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Dance Workshop n°10 – LAND

Espace Miramar (Cannes)
From Thursday, December 9th to Saturday, December 11th
Espace Miramar – Angle Croisette/Rue Pasteur (Cannes)

Scientific coordination: Federica Fratagnoli and Marina Nordera, with Cathy De Plée, Céline Gauthier and Nikita Pere

Organized by Côte d’Azur University, CTEL, EUR CREATES – Arts & Humanités

In partnership with Cannes – Côte d’Azur France Dance Festival

Terrains: a deliberately plural term that defines the roots and territories of dance research, giving rise to transdisciplinary practices. Geography and cartography are drawn as much from real places marked out bodily, as from virtual spaces woven on the web or in the imagination. Bringing together researchers and artists, Atelier n°10 will test the vitality and richness of anchored and immersive proposals.

On this occasion, international researchers and researchers who in one way or another have animated the artistic and scientific life of the dance research team of the Université Côte d’Azur will be brought together, face to face or remote meetings, by participating in the “Atelier de la danse” over the years, and of which we are celebrating the 10th edition.

Prospective stakeholders: Sarah Andrieu, Annemari Autere, Cristina Bahnarel Albertini, Valérie Ballestra, Alessandro Campeggiani, Marian Del Valle, Susanne Franco, Alice Godfroy, Philippe Guisgand, Daniela Guzman, Dóra Kiss, Mahalia Lassibille, Ga-Young Lee, Elisa Lhortolat, Bruno Ligore, Anaïs Loyer, Hélène Marquié, Bianca Maurmayr, Adeline Maxwell, Karen Nioche, Camille Paillet, Inés Perez Wilke, Marie Philippart, Marion Pontal, Margarita Poulakou, Clara Rico Osés, Aurore Rossignol, Alessandra Sini, Carolane Sanchez, Mattia Scarpulla, Daniela Tenhamm, Marie Tholon, Fernanda Veiga et Joëlle Vellet.

Espace Miramar 

Free entry subject to availability

Infos: Federica Fratagnoli – federica.fratagnoli@univ-cotedazur.fr

Friday, December 10th

Colloquium from 9:30 to 12:30

Workshop 1: “Cartographies”

Creation of a collective mapping from the research grounds of the participants of the day.

12.30-14.00 Break

14:00-17:30 Workshop 2: “Trajectories”

Discussion by working groups around the design of a performative object related to the research topic.


Saturday December 11th

Colloquium from 9:30 to 12:30

9:30-12:00 Workshop 3: “Crossing”

Restitution by groups of performative objects designed during the “Trajectories” workshop.

12.00-12.30 Conclusions and perspectives