Une courte étude sur «la danse d’objets», où s’entremêlent animé et inanimé, où les objets dénaturés accompagnent le mouvement, et l’inverse.
La pièce a été présentée en extérieur et en salle.
Interprètes à la création : Vincent Morel et Marilyne St-Sauveur
Interprètes : Simon-Xavier Lefebvre et Marilyne St-Sauveur
Concepteur musical et musicien sur scène : François Girouard Première : 1er septembre 2006 dans le cadre de The Art (prononcez dehors) de La 2e Porte à Gauche, Carré St-Louis et sur le tronçon piétonnier de la rue Prince-Arthur, Montréal, Canada http://www.la2eporteagauche.ca/theart.html
captation amateure réalisée en générale en février 2007 :
Simon-Xavier Lefebvre has always been prone to sports hyperactivity and developed an interest in movement and space from his first contact with martial arts. In his early twenties, when he was completing his undergraduate degree in biology, his thoughts were still rooted in the rehearsal studio. He decided to turn definitively towards dance following a meeting with Daniel Léveillé. After a year of study at the École de danse contemporaine de Montréal, he was invited into the creative process of Un peu de tendresse, bordel de merde by Dave St-Pierre. To date, there have been numerous collaborations: Marie Béland, Andrew Turner, Anne Thériault, Virginie Brunelle, Sasha Kleinplatz, Estelle Clareton, Pierre Lecours, Hélène Blackburn, Estelle Clareton, Martin Messier, Milan Gervais, Frédérick Gravel and Parts & Labour. Simon-Xavier has also appeared on stage for some theatre projects, notably with Éric Jean, Mani Soleymanlou and Jérémie Niel. In 2020, Simon-Xavier participated in the revival of La vie attend (Parts and Labour), and was part of the touring team for Some Hope for the Bastards (DLD/Frédérick Gravel).
A graduated of the Cégep de Saint-Laurent and Université du Québec à Montréal, Marilyne St-Sauveur danced in the works of Marie-Julie Asselin, Marie Béland, Lynda Gaudreau, Frédérick Gravel, Emmanuel Jouthe, OSEZ! /Karine Ledoyen, Dean Makarenko, Andrew Tay and Katie Ward. These projects have taken her everywhere on the Quebec and Canadian stages, but also in the United States, France, England and Belgium. Marilyne has taught dance at UQAM, Collège Montmorency and has taught at the Dance Department of Cégep de Saint-Laurent since 2004. She also works as rehearsal coach in dance and theatre. Thanks to her Ageless Grace certification, she shares her dance with seniors with the company Danse Carpe Diem.
François Girouard is a composer, guitarist, drummer and videographer born in Joliette in 1976. He wrote several pieces for dance, including HopeMachine and Virginia Preston’s O!SweetMediatrix (2005 and 2002), Du pittoresque en danse (co-creation, 2004) and Ingrid Belley’s La fable hymnemobile (2001). He also composed for the theatre, Tailladés by Sophie Rouleau (2005), then Le maître et Marguerite et Cocktail by François Geoffrey (2001 and 2003). He is also behind the drums of the Dynamo Coleoptera training, a mixture of original music, dance, theatre and performance. When he has time, he makes video music. Some of his works have been presented at several international festivals, including Outer Limits in New York, ISEA 2000 in Paris and Electra in Montreal.