Marine Rixhon, Liane Thériault, Keven Lee, Gabriel Painchaud
Marijoe Foucher et Keven Lee
Fluids can be considered as an entity formed by many material particles, which are moving in relation to each other. The choreographic trilogy Dynamique des fluides considers the individual as one of these particles that evolve in time and space within diverse parameters such as speed, density and pressure. Beyond the physical and determinist aspect of the study of particles, it is the analogy of the particles influencing each other and evolving together that support this proposition. Indeed, nature and culture collide in this allegory of our tenacious attachment to certain ideologies and ambitions, our connection to the group, to our own culture and home, our addiction to objects, our dependence on others.
Caught up by the elastic ebbs and flows of watery substances, the dancers subtly allow thickness, elasticity, porosity, and stickiness to become a more visceral and sensitive state inviting the audience to dive into its own deep waters.