L’usage du terrain — présentation #5 — Sébastien Roux : Le Landmark


Dance, installation, performance, sound - music

L’usage du terrain — présentation #5
Sébastien Roux : Le Landmark

In 25 days: Friday, June 15, 2018 7 PM → 9:30 PM

Remy heritier lea bosshard l usage du terrain pantin 16 1 grid Interview — Rémy Héritier & Léa Bosshard — L’Usage du terrain D’avril à juin, le chorégraphe Rémy Héritier et la chercheuse en danse Léa Bosshard de la compagnie Gbod ! investissent l’espace du stade Sadi-Carnot à Pantin autour d’un projet de recherche : « L’usage du terrain », en partenariat avec les Laboratoires d’Aubervilliers qui exposent la documentation de son avancée jour après jour.

From April to June 2018, L’usage du terrain will develop an effective and collaborative body of research consisting as much in an « attempt to exhaust » a site in transition as in an « experiment in preventive archeology ». Five visual artists, a writer, composer and choreographers will be asked to contribute to the research based on notions of spatial composition defined by Rémy Héritier’s choreographic work : the trace, the relative space, the witness, the landmark, the threshold.

The composer Sébastien Roux has been invited to contribute to this reseach from the landmark notion and from his personal practive of spacial and pictural figure translation and transposition (like anamorphosis or walldrawings by Sol LeWitt) in music launch into space. For the fifth publication, he will be present at the Sadi-Carnot Stadium from the 28th May to the 15th June 2018, and there will a public restitution Friday 15th June 2018 at 7:00 pm.

Daniele Balit, art historian, theorist and curator will developp, in a talk with the composer, a thought on contextual music and forms of anamorphosis.

_«The landmark is the form (punctual and recurrent) constituted by the contradictory notions of tracing and palimpsest. The layer shows things in transparency while the palimpsest is working the recovery, the opaque rendering. While allowing to consider the cohabitation of these contradictions, the dance gives body to a third (not necessarily visible) whose landmark is the lure. The landmark is thus a tangible form, a figure, repeated that allows the appearance of a past (space + time) located on a previous layer. Layer after layer, the figure of the landmark allows us to literally pierce the thickness of time and space in round trips to the present. The landmark is distinguished from the trace in that it is from the register of the point while the trace is associated with that of the flow». _ Rémy Héritier


Free entrance, booking requested
at reservation@leslaboratoires.org or 01 53 56 15 90

Sadi-Carnot Stadium
49 avenue Général Leclerc
93500 Pantin
RER E Pantin, Bus 170 / 249 to Mairie de Pantin