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Standards [remontage 2018]

Standards [remontage 2018]

Standards [remontage 2018]

Extrait remonté par la Compagnie K-Libre (Merville, Occitanie), responsable artistique Marie Dessaux, dans le cadre de Danse en amateur et répertoire (2017)


Le groupe : compagnie K-libre 

La compagnie amateur K-libre est née en 2013 de la volonté de dix jeunes garçons de se retrouver autour de leur passion commune pour la danse. Pourquoi alors créer un groupe 100% masculin ? Afin de pouvoir explorer, sans crainte et sans préjugé, une multitude de pratiques dansées. Issus de milieu rural, dans lequel la pratique dansée des garçons n’est a priori ni valorisée, ni plébiscitée, ce projet leur a permis de se retrouver et de se sentir plus forts et sereins dans leur pratique. Ce groupe soudé développe également des projets au-delà de la danse. Ils réalisent Sois un homme, court métrage sur le thème de la difficulté d’être un garçon danseur aujourd’hui. 

Le projet 

Comment faire de leur danse un support, porteur de messages sur des problématiques de société ? En 2015, ce groupe de jeunes garçons, engagés dans une dynamique citoyenne forte, s’est interrogé sur l’influence de la télé-réalité dans une pièce qu’ils ont créée avec l’aide de leur chorégraphe Marie Dessaux. En 2016, ils se questionnent sur la difficulté d’être un garçon danseur. Les problématiques soulevées par Pierre Rigal dans Standards entrent en résonance avec leurs préoccupations de jeunes citoyens. La société française subit une profonde crise sociale au sein de laquelle les valeurs de la République (Liberté, Égalité, Fraternité) semblent devenir des mots de « surface » pour ces jeunes danseurs qui n’en mesurent pas (ou peu) le sens profond et qui n’en ressentent pas la projection dans leurs vies. Par le choix de cette œuvre, ils s’immergent à leur tour dans ces questionnements autour de l’identité nationale, du vivre ensemble et de l’appropriation du drapeau en questionnant plus généralement la place que prend l’espace politique dans leur danse. 

Rigal, Pierre

Born in 1973 in Moissac, France.
Top athlete, specialist in 400m and 400m steeple races, Pierre Rigal obtained a degree in mathematical economics at the university of social sciences of Toulouse, then a bachelor’s degree in cinema at the superior school of audiovisual in Toulouse.
While he was training as a dancer, he met choreographers such as Heddy Maalem, Bernardo Montet, Wim Vandekeybus, Nacera Belaza, Philippe Découflé and stage directors such as Mladen Materic and Guy Alloucherie.
In 2002 he was part of the company Gilles Jobin for the creation of the piece « Under Construction » and the revival of « The Moebius Strip » (2003-2006).
At the same time, he worked as a director for video clips and documentary films, such as Balade à Hué that he directed in 2001 for the french broadcasting channel France 3.
In November 2003, Pierre Rigal founded the company dernière minute, conceived and performed his first play « erection » co-directed with Aurélien Bory at the Théatre National of Toulouse.
In June 2005, he performed for the choreographer Ariry Andriamoratsiresy in the solo « Dans la peau d’un autre » for the program ‘Vif du sujet’ produced by the SACD / Montpellier Danse.
In October 2006 he created the play « arrêts de jeu » with Aurélien Bory at the Théatre National of Toulouse.
In May 2007 he took part in the event « comme un été » at the Théatre National of Toulouse by presenting « La mort est vivante » a photo-photographic installation.
In February 2008, he was commissioned by the London Gate Theatre to create and perform a new solo : « Press » and « At the end » of 2008 he created the solo « Que serai-je serai-je » for the dancer Mélanie Chartreux who won the national competition of ‘Talents Danse Adami’.
In 2009, he created « Asphalte » a hip-hop theatre play for the Festival Suresnes Cités Danse and for the Maison de la Danse of Lyon.
During the 2010 Avignon festival, he presented « Micro » which was then hosted at the Théatre Vidy-Lausane in January 2011 for development and creation of the final version.
In July 2011 he directed the video clip « Give me a light » taken from the show micro.
In February 2012, he created « Standards », a piece for 8 hip-hop dancers for the 20 year anniversary of the Festival Suresnes Cités Danse, the longer version was developed for the Marseille Festival in June 2012. That same year, he created « Théâtre des opérations » a piece for 9 Korean dancers at the LG Arts Center in Seoul. The play then came to Europe at the Festival d’Automne in Normandy and at the Théatre du Rond-Point in Paris.
In 2013, Pierre collaborated with Jean-Michel Ribes for the revival of Théatre sans animaux and Emmanuel Daumas for the play « Anna », by specifically working on the comedians’ movement.
In July 2013 he created « Bataille » for the Avignon Festival, a piece for Hassan Razak and Pierre Cartonnet for the program Sujets à Vif. The full version of this duo was created on the 2nd of December 2013 at the Douai Hippodrome for the festival Les Multipistes.
Concurrently to this Pierre Rigal regularly gives workshops in different institutions, particularly at the Korean National Dance Company of Seoul or at the Vaganova Academy in St Petersburg.


Source: Cie Dernière Minute 's website


More information : pierrerigal.net

Chartreux, Mélanie

Après des études théâtrales, Mélanie Chartreux travaille en tant qu’assistante, comédienne  et acrobate pour plusieurs compagnies mêlant musique et théâtre (compagnie 111 d’Aurélien Bory, compagnie Dernière minute de Pierre Rigal). En 2010, elle est l’une des 5 interprètes du spectacle Micro dans lequel elle évolue en tant que musicienne, chanteuse et danseuse. Elle retrouve la scène pour Même, une comédie musicale créée en juillet 2016 pour le festival Montpellier Danse. Elle est membre du groupe MicroRéali. 

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Standards [remontage 2018]

Choreography : Pierre Rigal, Mélanie Chartreux

Video conception : Cadrage et montage Ivan Chaumeille et Rafaël Gubitsch

Other collaborations : Extrait remonté par la Compagnie K-Libre (Merville, Occitanie), responsable artistique Marie Dessaux, dans le cadre de Danse en amateur et répertoire (2017) - Transmission Pierre Rigal et Mélanie Chartreux, chorégraphes, Camille Regneault et Julien Saint-Maximin, interprètes

Duration : 17 minutes

Danse en amateur et répertoire

Amateur Dance and Repertory is a companion program to amateur practice beyond the dance class and the technical learning phase. Intended for groups of amateur dancers, it opens a space of sharing for those who wish to deepen a practice and a knowledge of the dance in relation to its history.


Laurent Barré
Head of Research and Choreographic Directories
Anne-Christine Waibel
Research Assistant and Choreographic Directories
+33 (0)1 41 83 43 96
danse-amateur-repertoire@cnd.fr


Source: CN D

More information: https://www.cnd.fr/fr/page/323-danse-en-amateur-et-repertoire-programme-d-aide

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