CHUTE LIBRE CHUTE LIBRE CHUTE LIBRE CHUTE LIBRE

CHUTE LIBRE CHUTE LIBRE CHUTE LIBRE CHUTE LIBRE



CHUTE LIBRE

Chute libre est la nouvelle création de Dana Gingras pour dôme immersif et réalité virtuelle. Le film immersif est une expérience physique de vertige et de transcendance, induite par le mouvement circulaire des corps en chute, assujettis à la gravité. Cette force circule en nous, à travers et autour de nous. L’expérience immersive vise à stimuler les sens du spectateur de manière inattendue, provoquant des sensations viscérales et psychologiques surprenantes qui donnent lieu à un sentiment d’abandon et de mouvement à travers un vortex d’espace interstitiel. Chute libre offre une évasion momentanée, qui nous rappelle que l’attraction terrestre et notre finalité sont incontournables.

Film immersif d’animation
32 minutes
Français et anglais
2019

 

 

 



FRONTERA

'Frontera' (border, frontier): a real or imaginary dividing line; the extreme limit of
understanding in a particular area.

In an era of aggressive nationalism and corporate mass surveillance, the human body has never been rendered so visible, subject to increasingly invasive forms of industrial-scale oversight and processing.

Borders are boundaries, but they're also processes, liminal spaces where despair, desire and neoliberal economic imperatives meet the obscure(d) operations of power. Surveillance technologies represent an advancing frontier of knowledge and control, monitoring movement, defining identities and gathering data. Increasingly, the border moves with the body, and seeks to organise and orchestrate its passage through the world.

With a light-based scenography by United Visual Artists (UVA) which articulates the dialogue between choreography, architecture and live music by Fly Pan Am and field
recordings by Godspeed’s Dave Bryant, FRONTERA's 9 dancers navigate spaces of inclusion and exclusion; their bodies mapped in high resolution, their destinies unresolved.

As the public and private realms are consumed by monitoring technologies and tests of legitimacy, what space remains for the unruly, ungovernable body?



FRONTERA

'Frontera' (border, frontier): a real or imaginary dividing line; the extreme limit of
understanding in a particular area.

In an era of aggressive nationalism and corporate mass surveillance, the human body has never been rendered so visible, subject to increasingly invasive forms of industrial-scale oversight and processing.

Borders are boundaries, but they're also processes, liminal spaces where despair, desire and neoliberal economic imperatives meet the obscure(d) operations of power. Surveillance technologies represent an advancing frontier of knowledge and control, monitoring movement, defining identities and gathering data. Increasingly, the border moves with the body, and seeks to organise and orchestrate its passage through the world.

With a light-based scenography by United Visual Artists (UVA) which articulates the
dialogue between choreography, architecture and live music by Fly Pan Am and field
recordings by Godspeed’s Dave Bryant, FRONTERA's 9 dancers navigate spaces of inclusion and exclusion; their bodies mapped in high resolution, their destinies unresolved.

As the public and private realms are consumed by monitoring technologies and tests of legitimacy, what space remains for the unruly, ungovernable body?



FRONTERA

'Frontera' (border, frontier): a real or imaginary dividing line; the extreme limit of
understanding in a particular area.

In an era of aggressive nationalism and corporate mass surveillance, the human body has never been rendered so visible, subject to increasingly invasive forms of industrial-scale oversight and processing.

Borders are boundaries, but they're also processes, liminal spaces where despair, desire and neoliberal economic imperatives meet the obscure(d) operations of power. Surveillance technologies represent an advancing frontier of knowledge and control, monitoring movement, defining identities and gathering data. Increasingly, the border moves with the body, and seeks to organise and orchestrate its passage through the world.

With a light-based scenography by United Visual Artists (UVA) which articulates the
dialogue between choreography, architecture and live music by Fly Pan Am and field
recordings by Godspeed’s Dave Bryant, FRONTERA's 9 dancers navigate spaces of inclusion and exclusion; their bodies mapped in high resolution, their destinies unresolved.

As the public and private realms are consumed by monitoring technologies and tests of legitimacy, what space remains for the unruly, ungovernable body?



FRONTERA

'Frontera' (border, frontier): a real or imaginary dividing line; the extreme limit of
understanding in a particular area.

In an era of aggressive nationalism and corporate mass surveillance, the human body has never been rendered so visible, subject to increasingly invasive forms of industrial-scale oversight and processing.

Borders are boundaries, but they're also processes, liminal spaces where despair, desire and neoliberal economic imperatives meet the obscure(d) operations of power. Surveillance technologies represent an advancing frontier of knowledge and control, monitoring movement, defining identities and gathering data. Increasingly, the border moves with the body, and seeks to organise and orchestrate its passage through the world.

With a light-based scenography by United Visual Artists (UVA) which articulates the
dialogue between choreography, architecture and live music by Fly Pan Am and field
recordings by Godspeed’s Dave Bryant, FRONTERA's 9 dancers navigate spaces of inclusion and exclusion; their bodies mapped in high resolution, their destinies unresolved.

As the public and private realms are consumed by monitoring technologies and tests of legitimacy, what space remains for the unruly, ungovernable body?

Un film immersif de Dana Gingras
Une production de Microclimat Films


Texte original et narration Marie Brassard →

Interprétation Olivier Lemieux, Sovann Rochon-Prom Tep, Esther Rousseau-Morin

Direction artistique et animation 3D Josh Sherrett → (http://workshopmileend.com)

Conception sonore et musicale Roger Tellier Craig

Produit par Catherine Chagnon

An Immersive Film by Dana Gingras
A Microclimat Films Production  →

Original Text and Narration
Marie Brassard  →

Interpretation
Olivier Lemieux, Sovann Rochon-PromTep, Esther Rousseau-Morin

Art Direction and 3D Animation
Josh Sherrett

Sound and Music Composition
Roger Tellier Craig →

Producer
Catherine Chagnon

An Immersive Film by Dana Gingras
A Microclimat Films Production  →

Original Text and Narration
Marie Brassard  →

Interpretation
Olivier Lemieux, Sovann Rochon-PromTep, Esther Rousseau-Morin

Art Direction and 3D Animation
Josh Sherrett

Sound and Music Composition
Roger Tellier Craig →

Producer
Catherine Chagnon

Le projet a bénéficié du support de la Société des arts technologiques (SAT) dans le cadre de son programme de création d’œuvres en résidences.

Financement : Microclimat Films, SODEC, Conseil des arts du Canada, Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, Société des arts technologiques (SAT).

Marché : Atelier Grand Nord RV 2019 →

Première le mardi 2 avril, 19h
en présence des artistes

Mardi au samedi
du 2 au 27 avril, 19 h

Billets → 

Revue: Le Devoir

 

 

Dramaturgy:
Ruth Little

Rehearsal director:
Sarah Williams

Producer & Agent:
Sarah Rogers

Creation residencies:
Centre de Création O Vertigo, Place des Arts

Developed with support from the NAC’s National Creation Fund.
Développé avec le soutien du Fonds national de création du Centre national des Arts.

The project was supported by the Society for Arts and Technology (SAT) as part of its residency Art Creation Program.

Financing: Microclimat Films, SODEC, The Canada Council for the Arts, Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, Société des arts technologiques (SAT)

Market: Atelier Grand Nord RV 2019 

Premiere on Tuesday April 2, 7 pm with the artists in attendance
Tuesday to Saturday
April 2 – 27, 7 pm

Box office → 

The project was supported by the Society for Arts and Technology (SAT) as part of its residency Art Creation Program.

Financing: Microclimat Films, SODEC, The Canada Council for the Arts, Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, Société des arts technologiques (SAT)

Market: Atelier Grand Nord RV 2019 

Premiere on Tuesday April 2, 7 pm with the artists in attendance
Tuesday to Saturday
April 2 – 27, 7 pm

Box office → 

ChuteLibre-Site-Carrousel-6
ChuteLibre-Site-Carrousel-1

ANIMALS OF DISTINCTION ARTS SOCIETY

Montreal, Quebec
email: dana@animalsofdistinction.org

Diffusion & vente des films :

Microclimat Films inc. / Catherine Chagnon
7539A, rue Drolet
Montréal, QC, CANADA H2R 2C6
C: 514-998-4157
catherine@microclimatfilms.com

Tournées nationale et internationales :

Sarah Rogers
6228 Av Henri Julien
Montreal QC H2S 2T8
Canada
Tél: 514 898 7215
sarahrogersaod@gmail.com

Dons :

Vous pouvez soutenir Animals of Distinction en faisant un don en ligne via CanaDon.

Vous pouvez également faire parvenir un chèque libellé à Animals of Distinction Arts Society à l’adresse suivante :

336, 1ère avenue Est, bureau 104
Vancouver (Colombie-Britannique) V5T 4R6
CANADA

Un reçu officiel aux fins d’impôts vous sera remis.

Remerciements :

Nos œuvres ne pourraient voir le jour sans le soutien constant et significatif de l’excellente équipe d’Eponymous : Jim Smith, Producteur
Jason Dubois, Directeur des opérations
Bernard Sauvé, Directeur général
Bonnie Sun, Directrice du marketing et des communications
Sharon Simpson, Assistante administrative

Nous tenons également à souligner la générosité de nos spectateurs, donateurs et subventionneurs dont le soutien demeure, à ce jour, un apport essentiel à nos activités et à la création/diffusion de nos œuvres  :

logos