Jardin de Sculptures Ephémères
Marie Chouinard

Marie Chouinard / Jardin De Sculptures Ephémères – Acte 1 (still)

The MAC / Musée d’Art Contemporain de Montréal is very pleased to have presented the world premiere of Jardin de Sculptures Ephémères – Acte 1, a new performance by dancer and choreographer Marie Chouinard on its digital platforms.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Marie Chouinard / Jardin De Sculptures Ephémères – Acte 1 (stills)

The music blends with the elegant details of the dancers’ movements, bringing to the ear what they are perceiving, in a hypnotic progression and dramatic rise as their soft flesh intimately encounters the edges of the platforms.

Concept and choreography: Marie Chouinard
Performers: Motrya Kozbur et Clémentine Schindler
Original music: Louis Dufort
Scenography: Marie Chouinard
Costumes and hair: Marie Chouinard
Cinematography: Ian Lagarde
Sound: Edward Freedman
Executive Producer: Jérémie Boucher

A production of Compagnie Marie Chouinard

 

Jardin De Sculptures Ephémères – Acte 1
Marie Chouinard
July 21 – August 21 / The MAC
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