Spectacle

  • Tao Ye et Duan Ni

    Photo: Lars-Ake Stomfelt
  • Tao Ye et Duan Ni

    Photo: Lars-Ake Stomfelt
  • Tao Ye et Duan Ni

    Photo: Lars-Ake Stomfelt
  • Tao Ye et Duan Ni

    Photo: Lars-Ake Stomfelt
  • Tao Ye et Duan Ni

    Photo: Lars-Ake Stomfelt

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Représentations

  • Danse Danse
    • 27 novembre 2012
  • Danse Danse
    • 27 novembre 2012
  • Danse Danse
    • 28 novembre 2012
  • Danse Danse
    • 29 novembre 2012
  • Danse Danse
    • 30 novembre 2012
  • Durée totale: 78 min

Description du spectacle: Double Bill : « 4 » and « 2 » est déjà en tournée fin novembre, début décembre à Montréal et à Ottawa.

  • «4»

    Choreographer’s Remarks:

    Choreographer Tao Ye believes a single word or phrase is insufficient to summarise a work of contemporary dance theatre while still allowing audiences free range of imagination.

    Titles tend to set preconceptions and limit creative direction. But representing a work with a symbol - like a numeral - uniquely transcends the duality of abstract versus concrete thought. When a work of art gives free reign to the imagination, it inspires multiple interpretations in different individuals, thus giving the life of the work a more multi-dimensional development and extension beyond the performance itself.

    • Année de création: 2012
    • Durée: 30 min
    • Public cible: Grand public
    • Chorégraphe(s): Tao Ye
    • Interprète(s): Duan Ni, Wang Hao, Xie Xin et Lei Yan
    • Concepteur(s): Costumes, Lights and Music: TBD
    Mise à jour: 13 décembre 2011
  • «2»

    Choreographer’s Remarks:

    Choreographer Tao Ye believes a single word or phrase is insufficient to summarise a work of contemporary dance theatre while still allowing audiences free range of imagination.

    Titles tend to set preconceptions and limit creative direction. But representing a work with a symbol - like a numeral - uniquely transcends the duality of abstract versus concrete thought. When a work of art gives free reign to the imagination, it inspires multiple interpretations in different individuals, thus giving the life of the work a more multi-dimensional development and extension beyond the performance itself.

    • Année de création: 2011
    • Durée: 48 min
    • Public cible: Grand public
    • Chorégraphe(s): Tao Ye
    • Interprète(s): Tao Ye et Duan Ni
    • Concepteur(s): Costumes: Li Min; Lights: Wang Peng and Tao Ye; Music: Xiao He
    Mise à jour: 8 février 2012