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LUMINESCENCE, dancing Turner

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Choregraphy : Harold Rhéaume with the collaboration of the interpreters

Premiere : avril 2021

For the third year of the project Dancing at the museum, Le fils d’Adrien danse presents LUMINESCENCE, dancing Turner, a contemporary dance creation choreographed by Harold Rhéaume and a cinematographic work by Nelly-Ève Rajotte that put into perspective the experience of the sublime from a selection of the exhibition catalogue of Turner et le sublime.

This proposition of artistic codirectors Harold Rhéaume and Caroline Simonis wishes, through the mediation of movement, to investigate and expose this state of the body beyond representation. A strange intrusion that threatens or delights the one exposed to it.

A choreographic and cinematographic work created in resonance with the international exhibition Turner and the sublime. This work is a Le fils d’Adrien danse production copresented by the F.A.D. and the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec.



Credits

Artistic codirectors
Harold Rhéaume and Caroline Simonis

Choreographer
Harold Rhéaume with the collaboration of the interpreters

Interpreters
Nicholas Bellefleur
Jean-François Duke
Misheel Ganbold
Lydia Wagerer

Apprentice interpreters
Alice Vermandele
Jeanne Forest-Soucy
Maxime Boutet
Elizabeth Crispo

Music
Nelly-Ève Rajotte

Costumes
Sébastien Dionne

Director / Editing / Calibration / Special Effects
Nelly-Ève Rajotte

Cinematography
Jonathan Fournier

This project is made possible with the support of the Entente de développement culturel du Ministère de la culture et des communications de la Ville de Québec.

Performances and tours

8 to 30 June 2021 — Cinematographic work available for rental on perte de signal
14 May 2021 — Cinematographic work sent to the subscribers of Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec newsletter