02.03.18 — 17:00
Towards a resolutely independent body yet resolutely open to interaction.
Matthieu Doze invites participants to work from adaptations of choreographic materials extracted from the Continuous project-altered daily, a project developed by the choreographer Yvonne Rainer at the beginning of the 1970s.
Matthieu Doze is primarily a performer of contemporary dance. Since 1989, he has worked in particular with Dominique Bagouet, Daniel Larrieu, Alain Buffard, Christian Rizzo, Emmanuelle Huynh, Claudia Triozzi, and Fanny de Chaillé, and he has also worked with lm producers and directors, musicians, photographers and visual artists including Pierre Huyghe, Ulla von Brandenburg, Aernout Mik, Jocelyn Cottencin and Pauline Curnier-Jardin. His work seeks to project the body, its movements and its gestures, into unique spaces, always with a concern for the here and now, for poetry and politics, through performances, installations, lms or musical scores. In 2017, on the occasion of the event devoted to Alain Buffard at the CN D, he reprised the role of choreographer in his original solo Good boy.