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Tate Modern

Exhibition Detail
Flip Book
Bankside
London SE1 9TG
United Kingdom


September 27th, 2012 - September 29th, 2012
Opening: 
September 27th, 2012 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
 
Flip Book , Boris CharmatzBoris Charmatz, Flip Book ,
performed in 2012
© Photo: Christophe Urbain
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ticketed performance 28 & 29 September 2012, 20.00 £20, concessions available
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Free open rehearsals: daytime 27, 28 & 29 September 2012; ticketed performance 28 & 29 September 2012, 20.00
£20, concessions available

Ticket price is for the performances on 28 & 29 September. Daytime open rehearsals are free.

Choreographer and dancer Boris Charmatz explores contemporary movement and its complex histories. Taking David Vaughan’s 1997 book Fifty Years, which charts Merce Cunningham’s choreography over 50 years, Charmatz invited different groups of dancers – from ex-members of Cunningham’s company to amateur practitioners – to learn and perform Vaughan’s images as a speeded-up version of Cunningham’s language. 

Performance Credits: Flip Book

Conception: Boris Charmatz
With: Raphaëlle Delaunay, Olga Dukhovnaya, Christophe Ives, Olivia Grandville, Mani A. Mungai
Sound: Pascal Quéneau
Light: Yves Godin
Duration: 40’

Free interpretation from the photographs Merce Cunningham, un demi-siècle de danse by David Vaughan, directed by Melissa Harris, Ed. Plume, 1997

Production: Musée de la danse / Centre chorégraphique national de Rennes et de Bretagne directed by Boris Charmatz, is supported by the French Ministry of Culture and Communication - the Direction régionale des Affaires Culturelles, the city of Rennes, the regional Council of Brittany and the General Council of lle-et-Vilaine.

The Institut français regularly contributes to the international touring of the Musée de la danse-Dancing Museum. www.museedeladanse.org

Thanks to: LiFE (St Nazaire), HZT (Berlin), Centre de Développement Chorégraphique (Toulouse), Cécile Tonizzo and to Institut Français, London.

Part of the series The Tanks: Art in Action


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