Accueil > Universités > Recherche / Colloques > La rue comme espace chorégraphique : participations, réception, (...)

Review in pictures for the ’The street as a space for choreography’ conference

mardi 24 juin 2014, par Mathilde Vautier.

Toutes les versions de cet article : [English] [français]

About fifty people took part in this two-day conference organised by the Université de Rouen and Atelier 231 earlier on this month (4th - 5th June 2014) at the Maison de l’Université, on ’The street as a space for choreography : receptions, participations, changes’

A special soiree was organised at Atelier 231 for conference participants and the general public, with UK companies Candoco presenting Studies for C and Saffy Setohy with Invisible Lines, as well as a work-in-progress presentation of The Baina Trampa Fritz Fallen from French collective G. Bistaki

Through bringing together researchers, artists and professionals, this two day-conference has once again stressed the importance of cross-referencing various sources of knowledge, creating links and interactions between professionals from both sides of the Channel from shared disciplines.

Site réalisé avec SPIP | | Plan du site | Mentions légales | Suivre la vie du site RSS 2.0