CREATION DESTRUCTION CREATION DESTRUCTION CREATION DESTRUCTION

CREATION DESTRUCTION CREATION DESTRUCTION CREATION DESTRUCTION

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Creation Destruction

Creation Destruction will be a large-scale multimedia dance and live music event developed and conceived as an outdoor performance. This new production will feature 12 of Canada’s most distinguished dancers, who will be framed within video installation created by London-based United Visual Artists (UVA).

We continuously sit on the cusp between creation and destruction. These omnipresent forces stimulate humanity to strive toward greater freedom, evolution, and self-actualization. Tumultuous moments of destructive upheaval create the conditions for regeneration. As creation evolves out of dissolution, there is a persistent oscillation between chaos and order, both of which are essential for life.

Creation Destruction will investigate ways in which humanity’s creative abilities enable us to adapt, innovate, and, therefore, survive. This work will speak to the ways we can positively engage with the growing feelings of anxiety associated with the ever-accelerating pace of change during this precarious moment for our planet.

This production will be created with support from the Canada Council for the Arts
NEW CHAPTER program and in Montreal through residencies provided at Place des Arts and Agora de la Danse.




Creation Destruction

Creation Destruction will be a large-scale multimedia dance and live music event developed and conceived as an outdoor performance. This new production will feature 12 of Canada’s most distinguished dancers, who will be framed within video installation created by London-based United Visual Artists (UVA).

We continuously sit on the cusp between creation and destruction. These omnipresent forces stimulate humanity to strive toward greater freedom, evolution, and self-actualization. Tumultuous moments of destructive upheaval create the conditions for regeneration. As creation evolves out of dissolution, there is a persistent oscillation between chaos and order, both of which are essential for life.

Creation Destruction will investigate ways in which humanity’s creative abilities enable us to adapt, innovate, and, therefore, survive. This work will speak to the ways we can positively engage with the growing feelings of anxiety associated with the ever-accelerating pace of change during this precarious moment for our planet.

This production will be created with support from the Canada Council for the Arts
NEW CHAPTER program and in Montreal through residencies provided at Place des Arts and Agora de la Danse.




Creation Destruction

Creation Destruction will be a large-scale multimedia dance and live music event developed and conceived as an outdoor performance. This new production will feature 12 of Canada’s most distinguished dancers, who will be framed within video installation created by London-based United Visual Artists (UVA).

We continuously sit on the cusp between creation and destruction. These omnipresent forces stimulate humanity to strive toward greater freedom, evolution, and self-actualization. Tumultuous moments of destructive upheaval create the conditions for regeneration. As creation evolves out of dissolution, there is a persistent oscillation between chaos and order, both of which are essential for life.

Creation Destruction will investigate ways in which humanity’s creative abilities enable us to adapt, innovate, and, therefore, survive. This work will speak to the ways we can positively engage with the growing feelings of anxiety associated with the ever-accelerating pace of change during this precarious moment for our planet.

This production will be created with support from the Canada Council for the Arts
NEW CHAPTER program and in Montreal through residencies provided at Place des Arts and Agora de la Danse.




Creation Destruction

Creation Destruction will be a large-scale multimedia dance and live music event developed and conceived as an outdoor performance. This new production will feature 12 of Canada’s most distinguished dancers, who will be framed within video installation created by London-based United Visual Artists (UVA).

We continuously sit on the cusp between creation and destruction. These omnipresent forces stimulate humanity to strive toward greater freedom, evolution, and self-actualization. Tumultuous moments of destructive upheaval create the conditions for regeneration. As creation evolves out of dissolution, there is a persistent oscillation between chaos and order, both of which are essential for life.

Creation Destruction will investigate ways in which humanity’s creative abilities enable us to adapt, innovate, and, therefore, survive. This work will speak to the ways we can positively engage with the growing feelings of anxiety associated with the ever-accelerating pace of change during this precarious moment for our planet.

This production will be created with support from the Canada Council for the Arts
NEW CHAPTER program and in Montreal through residencies provided at Place des Arts and Agora de la Danse.



Creation Destruction

Creation Destruction will be a large-scale multimedia dance and live music event developed and conceived as an outdoor performance. This new production will feature 12 of Canada’s most distinguished dancers, who will be framed within video installation created by London-based United Visual Artists (UVA).

We continuously sit on the cusp between creation and destruction. These omnipresent forces stimulate humanity to strive toward greater freedom, evolution, and self-actualization. Tumultuous moments of destructive upheaval create the conditions for regeneration. As creation evolves out of dissolution, there is a persistent oscillation between chaos and order, both of which are essential for life.

Creation Destruction will investigate ways in which humanity’s creative abilities enable us to adapt, innovate, and, therefore, survive. This work will speak to the ways we can positively engage with the growing feelings of anxiety associated with the ever-accelerating pace of change during this precarious moment for our planet.

This production will be created with support from the Canada Council for the Arts
NEW CHAPTER program and in Montreal through residencies provided at Place des Arts and Agora de la Danse.

Choreography & Direction:
Dana Gingras

Visual concept & Scenography:
United Visual Artists

Dancers:
Robert Abubo, Amber Funk Barton, Justin de Luna, Lena Demnati,
Stacey Desilier, Caroline Gravel, Béatrice Larrivée, Mark Medrano, Simon Portigal, Sovann Rochon-Prom Tep, Koliane Rochon-Prom Tep, Esther Rousseau-Morin, Lexi Vajda

Dramaturgy:
Kathy Casey & Ruth Little

Main page film:
Gilles Berquet

Choreography & Direction:
Dana Gingras

Visual concept & Scenography:
United Visual Artists

Dancers:
Robert Abubo, Amber Funk Barton, Justin de Luna, Lena Demnati,
Stacey Desilier, Caroline Gravel, Béatrice Larrivée, Mark Medrano, Simon Portigal, Sovann Rochon-Prom Tep, Koliane Rochon-Prom Tep, Esther Rousseau-Morin, Lexi Vajda

Dramaturgy:
Kathy Casey & Ruth Little

Main page film:
Gilles Berquet

Choreography & Direction:
Dana Gingras

Visual concept & Scenography:
United Visual Artists

Dancers:
Robert Abubo, Amber Funk Barton, Justin de Luna, Lena Demnati,
Stacey Desilier, Caroline Gravel, Béatrice Larrivée, Mark Medrano, Simon Portigal, Sovann Rochon-Prom Tep, Koliane Rochon-Prom Tep, Esther Rousseau-Morin, Lexi Vajda

Dramaturgy:
Kathy Casey & Ruth Little

Main page film:
Gilles Berquet

Choreography & Direction:
Dana Gingras

Visual concept & Scenography:
United Visual Artists

Dancers:
Robert Abubo, Amber Funk Barton, Justin de Luna, Lena Demnati,
Stacey Desilier, Caroline Gravel, Béatrice Larrivée, Mark Medrano, Simon Portigal, Sovann Rochon-Prom Tep, Koliane Rochon-Prom Tep, Esther Rousseau-Morin, Lexi Vajda

Dramaturgy:
Kathy Casey & Ruth Little

Main page film:
Gilles Berquet

Choreography & Direction:
Dana Gingras

Visual concept & Scenography:
United Visual Artists

Dancers:
Robert Abubo, Amber Funk Barton, Justin de Luna, Lena Demnati,
Stacey Desilier, Caroline Gravel, Béatrice Larrivée, Mark Medrano, Simon Portigal, Sovann Rochon-Prom Tep, Koliane Rochon-Prom Tep, Esther Rousseau-Morin, Lexi Vajda

Dramaturgy:
Kathy Casey & Ruth Little

Main page film:
Gilles Berquet

Rehearsal director & Assistant to the choreographer:
Sarah Williams

Producer & Agent:
Sarah Rogers

This project was created with support from the Canada Council for the Arts NEW CHAPTER program.

Rehearsal director & Assistant to the choreographer:
Sarah Williams

Producer & Agent:
Sarah Rogers

This project was created with support from the Canada Council for the Arts NEW CHAPTER program.

Rehearsal director & Assistant to the choreographer:
Sarah Williams

Producer & Agent:
Sarah Rogers

This project was created with support from the Canada Council for the Arts NEW CHAPTER program.

Rehearsal director & Assistant to the choreographer:
Sarah Williams

Producer & Agent:
Sarah Rogers

This project was created with support from the Canada Council for the Arts NEW CHAPTER program.

Rehearsal director & Assistant to the choreographer:
Sarah Williams

Producer & Agent:
Sarah Rogers

This project was created with support from the Canada Council for the Arts NEW CHAPTER program.

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