- Ideal device of the Gaze - workshop by Nadia Lauro in CCN Montpellier
Ideal device of the Gaze - workshop by Nadia Lauro in CCN Montpellier
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This workshop explores the ideal perspective on your own personal project. It is about creating an ideal device of the gaze in order to experiment work through a spatial scenario, and thus raising more questions. This workshop takes place within the frame of the exerce master program, as a dedicated time to dramaturgical tools. After exploring what a specific context (the theater stage, the white cube, a landscape, a frame…) contains, by its very nature, possibilities in terms of dramaturgical composition are examined. Nadia Lauro proceeds to suggest a reversal of terms: starting from the project to understand space, the possible or ideal public address scheme.
How to Subscribe
Life Long Burning offers the chance for one Brussels based choreographer to join the workshop.
The program provides travel, accomodation and per diems.
Interested? Send a short bio + motivation letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline Monday April 3rd
Organizer I.C.I / CCN de Montpellier Languedoc Roussillon Midi-Pyrénées
When: 18 > 28 of April 2017
Where: I.C.I/CCN de Montpellier and the Carré d’Art in Nîmes (contemporary Art Museum)
Dates18/04/2017 - 28/04/2017
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Nadia Lauro biography
Nadia Lauro, visual artist and designer based in Paris, develops her work in multiple contexts , including contemporary dance, landscape architecture and fashion. She creates sénographies, visual installations for many choreographic projects .She collaborates with the choreographers and performers Ami Garmon (If youhaven’t told everything , where does it go (Garmon/Lauro), Vera Mantero (Poesia et Salvajeria, Being here full, k’su’porta, Until The Moment When God Is Destroyed By The Extreme Exercise Of Beauty) Benoît Lachambre (L’âne et la bouche, Délire Défait, Not to know, Lugares Communes), Frans Poesltra (Haven’t we met before? Lauro/Poelstra), Barbara Kraus (Welcome to the club of Pleasure, Yes Sir, I can do it), Latifa Laabissi (Self Portrait Camouflage) and Jennifer Lacey with whom she co-signes $Shot(Lacey/Lauro/parkins/Cornell), Chateaux of France, Crushing with clogs makes the song of flat things, This is an Epic, Diskreter Siedlicher Eingang,
In 2000 she recieved a New York Dance and Performance Award (The Bessie) for her visual installation in $Shot (Lacey/Lauro/Parkins/Cornell). She participated in few improvisation projects, Crash Landing @Louvain,@ Vienna, @Paris curated by Meg Stuart, David Hernandez and Christine De Schmedt and Not to know initiated by Benoît Lachambre and Andrew Harwood. In 1998 she founded Squash Cake Bureau with the architect Laurence Cremel to develop landscape design and urban furniture projects. She édits two urban furnitue lines Dehove & Lauro, Même heure, même endroit et A toi de jouer. She conceived the scenography for fashion shows ( John Galliano for Dior, Kattahari). She co-conceives a vidéo- environnement Châteaux of france (Jennifer Lacey/ Nadia Lauro), Biennale d’art contemporain de Lyon, Open the curtain, Kunsthalle, Kiel, 2003 and Kyoto Art Center, Japon. During a residency at the Ménagerie de Verre in Paris and the Fondation Serralves in Porto, she creates “Tu montes? NadiaLauro/FransPoelstra+40guests” and « As Atletas » an environmental performance invited in in Europe and Japan. She was awarded with J.Lacey the residency Villa Kujoyama 2003, Kyoto,Japan /Affa-ministère.