Performances 2023

Performances 2023

Clara Furey (CA)
Dog Rising

ImPulsTanz Classic
© Mathieu Verreault

A polyphony of pulsating bodies, guided and carried by Tomas Furey’s transcendental, energetic music, unfolds a ritual that is as enjoyable as it is hypnotic. This is the trio Dog Rising by Canadian musician, choreographer, dancer and actor Clara Furey, who is also one of this year’s danceWEB mentors at ImPulsTanz. Three bodies move to the rhythm and in loop-like detachment as if in a heaven of cosmic eroticism, reflecting the life cycle of matter with their fluid dynamics. They dance an artistic journey of exploration through physical phenomena, in which sound vibrations flow through flesh, organs and bones, and put the body into a state that oscillates between mechanical and ostensibly provocative gestures.

Duration: 60 Min

This performance contains strobe lighting effects.
18.7.2023, 21:00
Odeon
sold out
20.7.2023, 19:00
Odeon
© Mathieu Verreault
© Mathieu Verreault

CREDITS

Concept and artistic direction: Clara Furey
Choreographed by: Clara Furey 
In collaboration with: Be Heintzman Hope, Brian Mendez & Winnie Ho
Performed by: Baco Lepage-Acosta, Be Heintzman Hope, Brian Mendez
Rehearsal: Lucie Vigneault
Musical composition: Tomas Furey
Technical director & light design: Karine Gauthier
Words by: Coral Short
Outside eye: Peter Jasko, Dana Michel, Christopher Willes, Caroline
Monnet
Distribution: a propic | line rousseau, Marion Gauvent, Lara Van Lookeren
Production: Clara Furey
Executive production: Parbleux
Coproduced by: Atelier De Paris – Cdcn (France), Cd Spectacles (Gaspé,
Canada), Centre Chorégraphique National D’Orléans – Direction Maud Le Pladec
(France), Festival TransAmériques (Montréal, Canada), La Briqueterie – Centre De
Développement Chorégraphique National Du Val-De-Marne (Vitry-Sur-Seine, France), La Rotonde (Québec, Canada), New Baltic Dance Festival (Vilnius, Lithuania / Lituanie) 

Partner and support: Parbleux (Montréal, Canada), – Art Actuel (Rouyn-Noranda, Canada), Danse À La Carte (Montréal, Canada)

The creation of this work was made possible thanks to the financial support of: conseil des arts du canada, conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec & conseil des arts de Montréal

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