14 > 18.06.21
CN D Pantin
Marcelo Evelin is a Brazilian choreographer, researcher and performer. He lives and works between Teresina (Brazil) and Amsterdam (Netherlands). In Europe since 1986, he studied at the School for New Dance Development in Amsterdam. He is an independent creator with his Platform Demolition Incorporada, established in 1995, and teaches at the Mime School in Amsterdam. His work mingles dance, physical theatre, performance, music, video, and installations. His performances Repente Fica Tudo Preto de Gente (2012), Batucada (2014), Dança Doente (2017), A Invenção da Maldade (2019) have been shown in festivals and theaters around the world. He coordinates the Residency Center Campo Arte Contemporanea in Teresina, Piaui, Brazil. In 2019 he received the title of Doctor Honoris Causa by the Federal University of Piaui, Brazil. He is currently working on a creation in collaboration with Latifa Laâbissi, La Nuit tombe quand elle veut, which is scheduled to premiere in November 2021.
Marcelo Evelin proposes to work from the workbooks of 25 years of Demolition Incorporada, his platform of creation as a choreographer, researcher and performer. From the writings, notes, lists, drawings, images and references that emerged and gave form to his dance creations, the participants are invited to create their own cartography, reframing and reigniting the sources and traces of a dance making process. The workshop will approach workbooks to rethink archive, documentation, transmission and appropriation.