ONE HUNDRED MORE / JUSTINE A. CHAMBERS ET LAURIE YOUNG
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A physical and public declaration of what it means to resist. As women of colours and mothers, Justine A. Chambers (Vancouver) and Laurie Young (Berlin) take to the stage to explore a wide range of small gestures linked to resistance. In the wake of the Black Lives Matter movements, they shift away from discourse so as to create a reversal of values within the territory of the body. Living a continent apart, the two artists share a fascination for the political, social and physical ramifications of gestures.
Choreographers and performers Justine A. Chambers, Laurie Young
Original lighting design Emese Csornai, re-interpreted by James Proudfood
Sound design Neda Sana
Collaborators Kemi Craig, Sarah Doucet, Josh Hite, Lee Su Feh
Coproduction Agora de la danse, Centre national des arts, Sophiensaele
Creative residencies Agora de la danse, Centre national des arts – Visiting Dance Artist Program, Dance Victoria, Left of Main (Vancouver)
Midi-Coulisses April 9, 2020 — 12:15 > 12:45 p.m. Free admission
Meet the artist April 16, 2020 after the performance.