Movement on Movement
October 29 @ 7:30 pm
In Movement on Movement, Noé Soulier analyzes and describes different ways to conceive movements that aim to offer multiple ways to experience the body. By analyzing them, Soulier proposes different ways of focusing one’s attention on a given movement. Words and gestures interact with each other creating correspondences, frictions, and gaps. Using gestures from William Forsythe’s Improvisation Technologies as source material, Soulier investigates the ways in which we talk about movement and the ways in which movement generates discourse.
This evening will also display Noé Soulier’s film, Écriture sur Écriture, part of the Portraits collection of the Nouvelle Cinémathèque de la Danse.
General – $30 / Seniors, UWM faculty & staff – $23 / Students & under 18 – $16