Tate Modern Performance

Levée des conflits (extended)

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Levée des conflits (extended)

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Levée des conflits - solos

Boris Charmatz Levée des conflits

Boris Charmatz Levée des conflits

Boris Charmatz Levée des conflits

Boris Charmatz Levée des conflits

Boris Charmatz Levée des conflits (visitors version)

Boris Charmatz Levée des conflits

Boris Charmatz Levée des conflits (visitors version)

Boris Charmatz Levée des conflits (visitors version)

Boris Charmatz Levée des conflits (visitors version)

Boris Charmatz Levée des conflits (visitors version)

Levée des conflits was first performed in 2010. For this extended version, the work is performed continuously over several hours by 24 dancers.

Comprising 25 movements, each movement is passed on from body to body, excluding one gesture at all time.

Visitors are invited to learn part of the piece with Boris Charmatz and the 24 dancers and perform it live.

Credits

Choreography: Boris Charmatz
Assisted by Anne-Karine Lescop
Interpretation: Matthieu Barbin, Eleanor Bauer, Nuno Bizarro, Matthieu Burner, Magali Caillet, Ashley Chen, Olga Dukhovnaya, Julien Gallée-Ferré, Gaspard Guilbert, Peggy Grelat-Dupont, Annie Hanauer, Hanna Hedman, Christophe Ives, Magali Callet, Dominique Jégou, Lénio Kaklea, Jurij Konjar, Maud Le Pladec, Catherine Legrand, Alex Mugler, Thierry Micouin, Andreas Albert Müller, Mani A. Mungai, Annabelle Pulcini and Simon Tanguy

Light: Yves Godin
Sound direction: Olivier Renouf
Orchestration software: Luccio Stiz
Music: Henry Cowell, Conlon Nancarrow, Helmut Lachenmann, Morton Feldman
Mass of excerpts: David Banner, Médéric Collignon Jus de bocse, Miles Davis, Daniel Johnston, Electric Masada, Angus McColl, RZA, Terror squad, Saul Williams, Zeitkratzer
Stage manager: Fabrice Le Fur
Clothes in collaboration with Laure Fonvieille
Dresser: Stefani Gicquiaud

Thanks to Marlène Monteiro-Freitas, Dominique Jégou, Katja Fleig, Margot Joncheray, Carlos Maria Romero, the students of the Inter-University Center for Dance HZT (Berlin, year 2010), the residents of the Pavillon, laboratoire de création du Palais de Tokyo, and all those who took part in the different stages of research.

With a special thought for Vincent Druguet and Odile Duboc.

Production Musée de la danse / Centre chorégraphique national de Rennes et de Bretagne directed by Boris Charmatz, is supported by the French Ministry of Culture and Communication - the Direction régionale des Affaires Culturelles, the city of Rennes, the regional Council of Brittany and the General Council of lle-et-Vilaine. The Institut français regularly contributes to the international touring of the Musée de la danse-Dancing Museum.

Coproduction Théâtre National de Bretagne-Rennes, Théâtre de la Ville-Paris / Festival d’Automne-Paris, Manifesta 8 (Murcia, Cartagena –Spain), and ERSTE Foundation

With the support of Teatro Maria Matos / Lisbonne, Chassé Theater/Breda, Kunstenfestivaldesarts/Bruxelles

This project is supported by the Institut français / Ville de Rennes

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Date & Time

15 May 2015 at 13.00–15.00