I will try to analyze the way movements are defined in various choreographic practices and the experiences they create. Once made explicit, these ways of defining movement can be used as lenses to focus one's attention, and thus enable and expanded and more active experience of movement. — Noé Soulier
NNoé Soulier was born in Paris, in 1987. He studied at the National Ballet School of Canada and at PARTS in Brussels. In 2010, he won the first prize at the Danse Élargie competition, organised by Thêatre de la Ville and the Museum of Dance, with his performance of "Little Perceptions".
24 ABR — 12 mAI 2019