4 May | CAPa Centro de Artes Performativas do Algarve, Faro 21h30 | m/12 | 50 min | ticket6€
It moves me # Aristide Rontini Italy
choreography, interpretation Aristide Rontini lighting and costumes: Aristide Rontini music: Philip Glass project support: Rete Anticorpi Emilia Romagna Co-production: Nexus / Compagnia Simona Bertozzi and Altri Balletti
monoLOG Samuel Lefeuvre Belgium
choreography, interpretation and music Samuel Lefeuvre artistic director Florencia Demestri
Event Florencia Demestri & Samuel Lefeuvre Belgium
choreography, interpretation Samuel Lefeuvre e Florencia Demestri musicJesus's Blood Never Failed Me yet by Gavin Bryars production LOG asbl, Kosmonaut Production co-production Les Brigittines, CCN Nantes (acolhimento em estúdio), Halles de Schaerbeek, Théâtre Marni project support Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles Service de la Danse, Association Beaumarchais SACD, Wallonie-Bruxelles Int. distribution Touring Arts Management Agency | AMA.
monoLOG created in 2012, this solo presents the performer as a medium between the audience and dark phenomena that the latter cannot perceive alone. Inspired by the Log Lady character in David Lynch’s series Twin Peaks, Samuel Lefeuvre poses as a modern-day oracle, battling with his own obsessions and the expectations of the audience that eventually leads him into a trance during which the surrounding forces seem to twist his body to breaking point.
Event, originally created for unconventional performing spaces, this duet uses the figure of a homeless person to question the place each of us occupies in society and the relationship we have with marginal people who don’t follow the same set of rules as us. We get to see characters with one foot in a world shared by all and another in a reality that is not accessible to us, whether we call it dementia, madness or delirium tremens…
It moves me # the piece takes inspiration from the basic element of water. Water as purification, energy, flow, death and rebirth. It refers to the fact that human begins are mainly made of it, its ability to change physical state and the studies by Masaru Emoto about the its capability to register vibrations.