A M O R One step in Angkor Wat – From dance to design – Exhibition – 4.10.2015-11.10.2015

LOCANDINA AMOR

Under the Patronage of Ca’ Foscari University in Venice

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On the occasion of Venice Design Week 2015 

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A M O R is a choreographic project. The aim is to realize the mapping of a dream, where the architecture of the Angkor Wat temple slip into deeper intimate, traces of a dear missing person at the borders of this palace.
The dance has structured the space to new dimensions, where the world of the dead and the world of living can breathe, sustain in the air each other. Initially gestures, rituals, anchor points with simple objects of reality: a chair, a shirt, some wooden sticks. Than the structure, the design that magnificent these early forms of work between amulet and nostalgia, glass and fabric. At the heart of the movement, the design gives to the objects the membership of a true guide where content and form are intertwined.

Venice Design Week and ICI Venice invite Charles Lemaire – actor, choreographer, Fanette Pesch – designer, Samuel
Dutertre – dancer, to present their creation A M O R: a complete work, perfectly in line with the cultural activity of the Magazzino del Caffè, that integrates Design, Asia, Ritual Objects interpreters of the ethnographic art.
A M O R is the first choreography project of Charles Lemaire. Alone on stage, the dancer Samuel Dutertre investigates and draws the transition from the world of the living to the world of the dead. Samuel expressed himself by manipulating objects- relics that suggesting the presence of the temple.
Fanette Pesch, French designer, qualified with honors from the French National School of Industrial Design ENSCI/Les Ateliers, was notably featured at the Design Parade of Villa Noailles in 2012 and received an International Design Award from the Promotion Agency for Industrial Design in 2013. In 2014, she joins the Skills Academy of Hermès Foundation and begins her collaboration with the artist and interpreter Charles Lemaire. On the occasion of this exhibition, she invited the glassmaker Jean-Pierre Baquère (Grand Prize of the Foundation of the City of Paris, named Master of Art by the Minister of Culture) and the French Embroidery Designer Celia Beales, (Alexander McQueen, Tom Ford) to work with her.
Choreography by Charles Lemaire with Samuel Dutertre Voice off Aida Folch Scenography Julia Lemaire Design of
the objects Fanette Pesch Music CLIMAX Production Structure libre – Ivan Alvarez Director Timothée Vilain.
With the support of Ménagerie de Verre – Paris, Centre Chorégraphique National d’Orléans – France, Centre de Développement Chorégraphique of Val-de-Marne La Briqueterie – France, Micadanses – Association pour le Développement de la Danse à Paris, Guimet Museum Paris – France, Cinémathèque de la Danse – France (current production).
A M O R
One step in Angkor Wat –  From dance to design  
Exhibition – 4.10.2015 -11.10.2015
10.30am – 1pm / 2pm – 6.30pm
FREE ADMISSION EXHIBITION

 

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EVENTS

04.10.2015

COFFEE WITH THE DESIGNER FANETTE PESCH – 11am

DANCE PERFORMANCES BY SAMUEL DUTERTRE –  5pm and 7pm

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13.10.2015 – 6pm

CONFERENZA

ATTRAVERSANDO IL MANDALA

Lo spazio simbolico del Tempio Bayon ad Angkor

Alessio Bortot e Nicola Sarto, architetti e dottorandi presso IUAV, tratterano del sito di Angkor con un focus sul Tempio di Bayon, quasi totalmente distrutto e fulcro centrale della loro ricerca, del quale daranno una visione tanto suggestiva quanto scientifica.

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A M O R Un pas dans ICI Venice

RÉSIDENCE – 12-16.10.2015

ICI Venice will host Charles Lemaire and Samuel Dutertre to work on the dance part of the project. (not open to the public)

15.10.2015

DANCE PERFORMANCES BY SAMUEL DUTERTRE – 6pm and 8pm

Information and reservation : info@icivenice.com +39 041 72 05 07

ICI VENICE – MAGAZZINO DEL CAFFE

ICI Magazzino del Caffè - Campo San Simeon Grando - Rio Marin - Santa Croce 923

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