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choreographic tour: the art of discovering Clisson by dancing

On 17 June 2015
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This is a first in Clisson, this Saturday, March 28 held the first choreographic visits. Faced with this new concept proposed by Katja Fleig (choreographer Coy enCo.re) participants invest in the urban area movements. Another way of appropriating the city to discover its architecture, to take possession of a place while leaving his body to speak.
Despite the gloomy weather, many families and individuals are waiting for you. Because it fits all, the visit attracts as children than older people witnessed the age of those present (2-85 years).
It is in a mood or a good mood revel begins the first visit. At the beginning of the route, at the entrance of the knife Katja Geneviève library seems to look for something in the back tray of books. In front of curious visitors, it extracts funny little paper necklaces bearing the image of small mouzillons. Each carries in his way. This is the hallmark that creates links within the group and at the same time highlights a specific feature of the city (here mouzillon is a cookie specialty Nantes Vineyard and scraps of paper come from the Association of Graphic Arts in Clisson Valley witnesses of the industrial past of the edges of Sèvre).
The initiatives, the group orchestrated by the choreographer, heads to the station. Each gesture evokes realized something. Explanations of movements seizing direction can reproduce them easily. Just like a song, the visit is punctuated by a chorus. Vignette This small, set of gestures that tell the vineyard work is resumed several times in music. Everybody dance, let go, totally blown away by the energy of the group. The exhibition in the public space is no longer afraid, participants find themselves transported, released by this massive participation. The group does not go unnoticed and questions some passersby, who do not hesitate to interact and dance too.
Several places are invested include among them the halls of Clisson who become the theater of the troubadours. Indeed, the proposed movement evoke a tightrope walker, juggler or someone who would suspend the beams of the frame. This pause helps to show the importance of these halls in clissonnaise life. This market place, emblematic of the city imposes by its size and remains one of the major witnesses of its medieval past.
Before ending the tour on the banks of Sèvre, guard the valley, the participants gather Lane Cuchaud. This small passage remains in the remote clissonnais imaginary lane that led to the washerwomen. The group imagines the work of washerwomen by performing a suggestive dance of their tasks. So it is the one after the other they advance, letting inhabited by the soul of these women mistresses of the place.

This is the first time in Clisson, this Saturday, March 28 held the first choreographic tour. Faced with this new concept proposed by Katja Fleig (choreographer Coy enCo.re) participants invested in the urban area movements. Another way of appropriating the city to discover its architecture, to take possession of a place while leaving his body to speak.Despite the gloomy weather, many families and individuals are waiting for you. Because it fits all, the visit attracted as well children and older people witnessed the age of those present (2-85 years).It is in a good mood that begins the first tour. At the beginning of the route, at the entrance of the Geneviève COUTEAU library Katia seemed to look for something in the back tray of books. In front of curious visitors, she extracted funny little paper necklaces bearing the image of Petit mouzillon local biscuits. Each carried in his way. This is the hallmark that creates links within the group and at the same time highlights a specific feature of the city (here mouzillon is a cookie specialty Nantes Vineyard and scraps of paper come from the Association of Graphic Arts in Clisson Valley witnesses of the industrial past of the banks of Sèvre river). Once the initiative explained, the group orchestrated by the choreographer heads to the station. Each gesture realized  evokes something. Explanations of movements can help reproduce them easily. Just like a song, the visit is punctuated by a chorus. This small danced "picture", set of gestures that tell the vineyard work is resumed several times in music. Everybody dance, let go, totally blown away by the energy of the group. The exhibition in the public space is no longer frightening, participants find themselves transported, released by this massive participation. The group does not go unnoticed and questions some passersby, who do not hesitate to interact and dance too.Several places are invested included among them the medieval covered market of Clisson which becomes the theater of the troubadours. Indeed, the proposed movement evoke a tightrope walker, juggler or someone who would suspend the beams of the frame. This pause helps to show the importance of this market in clisson life. This market place, emblematic of the city imposes by its size and remains one of the major witnesses of its medieval past. Before ending the tour on the banks of Sèvre, on the valley bridge, the participants gather in Cuchaud lane. This small passage remains in the remote clissonnais imaginary lane that led to the washerwomen. The group imagines the work of washerwomen by performing a suggestive dance of their tasks. So it is the one after the other they advance, letting inhabited by the soul of these women who were the mistresses of the place.

 

 

The dance is rooted in the history of this city with Italian charm. Heritage understanding keys are given by the tourist office guide. The energy of the choreography on the bridge is supported by some bits of the song "Should i stay or should i go" of the Clash. To this song we could also meet without hesitation. This beautiful initiative proposed by the Committee on Culture of the city of Clisson, in partnership with the Tourist Office of Nantes Vineyard and Country of Art and History. Choreographic visits are part of a program cycle designed by the city on the theme of architecture (exhibitions, performances, workshops) that integrate with a regional event, spring architecture.

 

If you missed visits this Saturday, March 28, a date is scheduled for Monday 13 July at 21 hours (appointment Place Jacques Demy Clisson and reservations strongly advised to February 40 54 02 95, 1h30).

 

Pauline

 

Crédits photo mairie de Clisson

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