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UK - Rendez-vous Jan Fabre

Rendez-Vous

Jan Fabre

Jan Fabre will be Laurent Goumarre’s special guest for an event that’s open to the public. These audience-with occasions are special moments where artists shed light on their work through discussing a selection of video excerpts.

 

Théâtre Les Ateliers
Sat 20, 2pm
Free Entry

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Screening with commentary

Frigo group

Performance art was one of the forms of artistic action produced by the Frigo group in Lyon in the 1980s. The Biennale has invited Gérard Couty, Alain Garlan and other players in that adventure to comment on a screening of their major performances of the time. The flashback shows to what extent Lyon was a compelling creative locus for contemporary art.

 

Café Danse - CCI, Palais du Commerce
Sat 13 à 2pm

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Numeridance.TV

videos

Check out the international online library of dance videos: Lyon Biennale archive videos, thematic studies on the arts of movement, hip hop and its influences, and performance; and a wealth of resources with commentaries.

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Screening - Audience with

Marina Abramović

Marina Abramović: The Artist Is Present by Matthew Akers (USA. 1hr46, English with French subtitles).
Marina Abramović has been rede!ning art for nearly 40 years. Using body as medium, reaching beyond her own limits, she creates performances that shock, provoke and stir the emotions. Her retrospective at MoMA New York was the opportunity for Abramović to answer the question she is constantly asked: how is this art?

 

Cinéma Le Comoedia
Sun 21, 11:15am - Single price : 4,80 €

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Anna Halprin, Danser la vie

An event around the DVD just released in France by Éditions Contredanse. An invitation to discover the career of this wonderful dancer through a historical presentation, screenings, and an exploration of the body. With Denise Luccioni (French translator of the DVD), Marie Motais (head of Tamalpa France), Florence Corin and Baptiste Andrien (Contredanse).


Théâtre Les Ateliers
Sat 27, 5:30pm - Free entry
www.contredanse.org

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Multi-perspective tour at the fine arts museum

Thomas Caley, research coordinator for the Ballet de Lorraine; Petter Jacobsson, the Ballet’s director; and a museum interpreter guide visitors through the heart of the venue’s 20th-century collections, who echo the Dada movement and the show Relâche, being staged at the Maison de la Danse by the CCN - Ballet de Lorraine.

 

Musée des Beaux-Arts de Lyon
Sun 14, 11am (reserved for spectators with a ticket for Relâche)
Tour price : 3€, booking (at Biennale ticket office) required

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Danse au musée africain de Lyon

Réflexions – Abdou N’gom, Compagnie Stylistik
Abdou N’gom proposes a danced intervention in relation with the museum’s collection of masks. This impromptu will be followed by a Q&A with the audience.

 

Musée Africain
Sat 20, à 2:30pm et 4:30pm - Free entry
info@musee-africain-lyon.org

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Le Défilé: a user's guide

Do you dream of going behind the scenes at Le Dé!lé?
Decitre and the Biennale invite you to meet Denis Plassard and Carla Frison, the choreographers of the 2014 Le Dé!lé, for a relaxed discussion about this superb event, which celebrates its 10 edition this year.


Librairie Decitre
Confluence shopping center
Wed 10, 5pm - Free entry

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Installation by Noé Soulier

La Librairie, the gallery of the ENS Lyon graduate school, is hosting an installation by Noé Soulier linked to his piece Mouvement sur mouvement, showing at the L’Amphi venue at the Lyon Opera House.


École Normale Supérieure
Galerie La Librairie
Wed 10 to Tue 30 - Mon-Fri, 9am to 5pm
Free entry

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Lecture on Performance

Performative dances: deframed French choreographies, 1990-2010. By Céline Roux, doctor in art history and a freelance researcher specialising in the field of choreography and performative practices.

 

Café Danse - CCI, Palais du Commerce
Wed 17, 4-6pm - Free entry