Nave of the Grand Palais .
Les Temps tiraillés
Attendees at Anish Kapoor's installation Leviathan in the Nave of the Grand Palais are invited to an immersive experience created by Myriam Gourfink's choreography and a new electronic version of Georg Friedrich Haas' spectral music.
Via the control of breathing and harmonic concentration, fusion takes place through minute modulations of constant glissandos in the music and the hypnotic slowness of the movements through which the choreographer illustrates the corporal volumes and dance codes. Time pulled by music, time stretched by dance, space unified by Anish Kapoor: a triple aspiration to continual infinity.
Choreography Myriam Gourfink | Music Georg Friedrich Haas, new version
IRCAM Computer Music Design Robin Meier | Bassoon Pascal Gallois,
Violas Garth Knox, Geneviève Strosser (recording) | Dancers Clémence Coconnier, Céline Debyser, Carole Garriga, Deborah Lary, Françoise Rognerud, Julie Salgues, Véronique Weil | Costumes Kova
A Centre national des arts plastiques, IRCAM-Centre Pompidou, association LOLDANSE coproduction. A part of the Monumenta 2011 exhibit - Anish Kapoor.
Photo: MONUMENTA 2011- Anish Kapoor – Leviathan – Sight of the artwork. Photo Didier Plowy – All rights reserved Monumenta 2011, French Ministry for Culture and Communication.
Thursday, June 9, 2011, 6:30 & 8pm / Nave of the Grand Palais
- Ticket Prices full price 5€ | discount tickets 2,50€ | Agora pass holders enter free of charge and do not have to wait in line (tickets available only at the Grand Palais box office, tickets include entry to the Monumenta exhibit)
- Website Monumenta 2011 - Anish Kapoor