Under the artistic direction of Priscilla Guy and Sébastien Provencher, FURIES is a contemporary dance festival on a human scale based in Marsoui in Gaspésie, which highlights striking choreographic forms in the everyday landscape. Download the detailed schedule (FR) >>>

2021 EDITION

Marsoui, April 20, 2021 – The FURIES artistic direction duo, Sébastien Provencher and Priscilla Guy, are delighted to finally be able to unveil the program for its 2nd edition which will take place from July 29 to August 1! Initially scheduled for 2020 and postponed to July 2021 due to the pandemic, this second edition seals the arrival of Sébastien Provencher as co-artistic director of the festival. Read the press release >>>

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Thursday July 29, 2021

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Mula 
– Ivanie Aubin-Malo
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Vocals and drums – Darlene Gijuminag
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Screendance under the stars


Mula translates into the movement of going deep. A choreographic process that was renewed in 2018, Mula is inspired by the sense memory of a childhood dream. The flesh remains imbued with that slow and robust voice commonly heard in the distant past. Mula is a cyclical journey and a conversation between several entities that occupy different times, where one voice dominates and affirms: “You will always stay here; you will always exist here.” (Photo: Magdalena Marszalek)

Choreographer: Ivanie Aubin-Malo
Performer: Ivanie Aubin-Malo
Sound design: Guillaume Roberts-Cambron in collaboration with Soleil Launière
Sound engineering: Guillaume Roberts-Cambron
Lighting design: Audrey-Anne Bouchard

Wolastoqey and Quebec choreographer, performer and curator, Ivanie Aubin-Malo graduated from the Montreal School of Contemporary Dance (EDCM) in 2014. She then received the mentorship of Curtis Joe Miller who taught her the dance Fancy Shawl. As a performer, she has collaborated with, amongst others, the artist Alutiiq Tanya Lukin Linklater since 2016. For her choreographies, sound is her first inspiration, which sets in motion the density, direction and design, as perceived through hearing the experience. Based in Tio’Tia:ke (Montreal), Ivanie wishes to create links between the indigenous community and that of contemporary dance to allow a better coexistence on the lands where people come together.


Gasgapegiag Mi’kmaq artist Darlene Gijuminag offers a brief foray into the songs and music of her community. (Photo: Peter Graham)

Professional musician and singer based in Gesgapegiag, Darlene has also set up many collective projects in the region. It is with humor, passion and generosity that she offers us different ways to meet one another, through her rich cultural background and her teaching experience.


A selection of choreographic short films under the stars, near the fire! (Photo: René Faulkner | FURIES 2019)

Friday July 30, 2021

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For 4 hours, held in a wall-less, 12’ x 12’ transparent box, Caroline Laurin-Beaucage creates a dance that takes her back to the heart of her career as a performer and tries to re-awaken all the memories of her body. In this circumscribed, transparent and open space, she is simultaneously creating and performing, each moment becoming the show. The performance / creation Habiter sa mémoire is intended as a pilgrimage through different moments in order to create a unique encounter between the public and the artist; where the spectators are invited to encircle the box and bear witness to a dance in constant evolution under the effects of its environment and duration. (Photo: Robert Dubé)

Conception, choreography and performance : Caroline Laurin-Beaucage
Conception and technology integration : Thomas Payette + HUB Studio
Scenography : Odile Gamache
Sound design and Recording : Larsen Lupin
Artistic Advisor:  Ginelle Chagnon
On-Site accompaniment and coordination : Ginelle Chagnon + Ingrid Vallus
Costumes : Caroline Laurin-Beaucage
Technical director : Hugues Kir
Coproduction : Hector-Charland Theatre
Residences : Centre d’art Diane-Dufresne + Circuit-Est centre chorégraphique + Maison pour la danse à Québec


Choreographer, performer and teacher for 20 years, Caroline Laurin-Beaucage has worked with Ginette Laurin (O Vertigo), Jacques Poulin-Denis, Paul-André Fortier and Jean-Pierre Perreault. In 2016, she created Habiter sa mémoire, an outdoor performance presented in about twenty places around the world. From this major project emerged in 2019 the scenic creation Intérieurs (“Prix du CALQ” for the best choreographic work in Quebec) and the exhibition Marquer le temps, presented by Danse Danse and Place des Arts. Caroline Laurin-Beaucage graduated from the School of the Toronto Dance Theatre. She has been teaching at Montreal’s Concordia University since 2005, and as a guest teacher at the Dance Department of UQAM in 2020-2021. She co-founded the structure for choreographers Lorganisme and was its Artistic and General Director until 2019. (Photo : Caroline Désilets)

 

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A small, individual, sensoriel listening station will offer a 5-minute experience in the heart of a beluga nursery, with sound and tactile immersion devices.

Since 2012, Maryse Goudreau has endeavored to deploy her Beluga Archives in multiple forms. At the crossroads of fiction, documentary, ethology and politics, her work questions the points of contact between the whale and the human without falling into a cautionary tale. To this, her project responds to the need of placing oneself in a situation of listening for what belugas have to transmit to us. (Photo: Maryse Goudreau)

Created by Maryse Goudreau
Sound editing and engineering: Stéphane Claude

Produced following a research and creation residency at the Churchill Northern Studies Center thanks to the agreement between the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec and the Manitoba Arts Council. Maryse Goudreau also thanks the Oboro production assistance program and the Canada Council for the Arts.


Maryse Goudreau is a multidisciplinary artist living in Escuminac, in the Gaspé Peninsula. She creates works where images, documents, and gestures of artistic and participatory care intersect. Her creation Hybrid spans photography but also interactive videographic and photographic essays, immersive devices, writing, action art and sound art. She has invested in the field of art that has a social impact with several participatory projects, such as Manifestation pour la mémoire des quais and Festival du tank d´Escuminac – first and last edition. She won the Lynne-Cohen Prize (2017), awarded in partnership with the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec. Her works are part of several collections, including that of the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. (Photo: Mathieu Bouchard-Malo)

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The jack-of-all-trades that is Marlene Sohier, offers you a moment of benevolence and a return to the body, through simple, slow movements and breath work inspired by Qi Gong techniques. (Photo: René Faulkner)

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Sovann Rochon-Prom Tep offers an advanced level breakdance workshop. An overview of the origin of hip-hop culture will allow participants to understand the history and philosophy behind breaking while learning a series of movements. The workshop covers a wide range of techniques so that everyone can continue to practice independently. The workshop is aimed at people who have a good amount of dance experience, who are in great physical shape and who want to surpass themselves.

Sovann Rochon-Prom Tep, aka Promo, grew up immersed in Montreal’s breaking community. He became a member of the Sweet Technique group, with whom he participates in many competitions, further developing his talents. To date, he has chalked up over thirty victories and is frequently invited to take part in competitions around the world, either as a participant or as a judge. His passion for the mastery of the body spurs him to enter the École de danse contemporaine de Montréal in 2011 from which he graduated in 2015. Since then, he has worked with Animals of Distinction, Castel_Blast, RUBBERBAND, 14 lieux, Lilith & Cie and Susanna Hood. Sovann continues to refine his approach through his own creations and the different workshops he teaches. (Photo: Duc Nguyen Huu)

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Who says that artistic rigour has to be so serious? In the “practice party” choreographer Andrew Tay reframes potentially challenging situations as joyful experiences in an effort to see new potentialities in the physical body. We will confront our personal expectations of work and performance, finding pleasure in labour, criticality and feedback. We will dance, think and sweat together. This workshop  offers experiences aimed at creating the context for fresh creative tools and strategies to emerge. Everyone is invited to this nightclub / carnival / potluck of art-making. Check your assumptions at the door!

Andrew Tay is a hybrid performer, choreographer, DJ and performance curator. In 2005 he co-founded Wants&Needs danse with Sasha Kleinplatz. Together they produce the wildly popular dance events Short & Sweet and Piss in the Pool which take place in non-traditional venues throughout Montreal. Tay was awarded the DanceWEB scholarship (Impulstanz, Vienna), and was nominated for a Quebec Notables award for Arts&Culture. His work Fame Prayer / EATING received the Risk and Innovation award from the Summerworks Festival Toronto. He is currently the artistic curator at the CCOV and will . Tay actively thinks about community, irreverence and resistance in both his performance and curatorial practices. (Photo: François Lalumière)

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In a space where the conviviality is akin to a church basement’s talent show, the artists welcome you. Doors open to their universe of experiments where the atmosphere alternates between the subtle and the raw, in this creation by Sovann Rochon-Prom Tep.

Dancers Pax, Jigsaw and Sangwn are emblematic figures of the hip-hop dance community in Montreal. As powerful as they are fragile, the longtime accomplices expose themselves to the witnessing gaze, while musicians work on the atmosphere of sound with a sensitive listening and a committed presence. Together, they redefine their art by reconfiguring its context of sharing. The piece approaches the performance as a moment of encounter, where the transparency of the performers touches reality as much as the ideal.

Instigator : Sovann Rochon-Prom Tep
Dancers/Co-creators : Jean-Édouard Pierre Toussaint alias Sangwn, Frédérique Dumas alias Pax, Ja James Britton Johnson alias Jigsaw
Musicians/Composers : Thomas Sauvé-Lafrance, Vithou Thurber-Prom Tep
Advisers : Caroline Gravel, Soleil Launière
Set design : Xavier Mary
Lighting design : Jean-François Gagnon
Sound work : Jean-François Gagnon
Residencies  École de danse contemporaine de Montréal, Compagnie Marie Chouinard, Centre de création O Vertigo and Stable Studio.
Co-production : La Chapelle Scènes Contemporaines + 100Lux
Premiere on January 31, 2019, La Chapelle Scènes Contemporaines, Montreal


Sovann Rochon-Prom Tep, aka Promo, grew up immersed in Montreal’s breaking community. He became a member of the Sweet Technique group, with whom he participates in many competitions, further developing his talents. To date, he has chalked up over thirty victories and is frequently invited to take part in competitions around the world, either as a participant or as a judge. His passion for the mastery of the body spurs him to enter the École de danse contemporaine de Montréal in 2011 from which he graduated in 2015. Since then, he has worked with Animals of Distinction, Castel_Blast, RUBBERBAND, 14 lieux, Lilith & Cie and Susanna Hood. Sovann continues to refine his approach through his own creations and the different workshops he teaches. (Photo : Caroline Désilets)

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In a space where the conviviality is akin to a church basement’s talent show, the artists welcome you. Doors open to their universe of experiments where the atmosphere alternates between the subtle and the raw, in this creation by Sovann Rochon-Prom Tep.

Dancers Pax, Jigsaw and Sangwn are emblematic figures of the hip-hop dance community in Montreal. As powerful as they are fragile, the longtime accomplices expose themselves to the witnessing gaze, while musicians work on the atmosphere of sound with a sensitive listening and a committed presence. Together, they redefine their art by reconfiguring its context of sharing. The piece approaches the performance as a moment of encounter, where the transparency of the performers touches reality as much as the ideal.

Instigator : Sovann Rochon-Prom Tep
Dancers/Co-creators : Jean-Édouard Pierre Toussaint alias Sangwn, Frédérique Dumas alias Pax, Ja James Britton Johnson alias Jigsaw
Musicians/Composers : Thomas Sauvé-Lafrance, Vithou Thurber-Prom Tep
Advisers : Caroline Gravel, Soleil Launière
Set design : Xavier Mary
Lighting design : Jean-François Gagnon
Sound work : Jean-François Gagnon
Residencies  École de danse contemporaine de Montréal, Compagnie Marie Chouinard, Centre de création O Vertigo and Stable Studio.
Co-production : La Chapelle Scènes Contemporaines + 100Lux
Premiere on January 31, 2019, La Chapelle Scènes Contemporaines, Montreal


Sovann Rochon-Prom Tep, aka Promo, grew up immersed in Montreal’s breaking community. He became a member of the Sweet Technique group, with whom he participates in many competitions, further developing his talents. To date, he has chalked up over thirty victories and is frequently invited to take part in competitions around the world, either as a participant or as a judge. His passion for the mastery of the body spurs him to enter the École de danse contemporaine de Montréal in 2011 from which he graduated in 2015. Since then, he has worked with Animals of Distinction, Castel_Blast, RUBBERBAND, 14 lieux, Lilith & Cie and Susanna Hood. Sovann continues to refine his approach through his own creations and the different workshops he teaches. (Photo : Caroline Désilets)

Saturday July 31, 2021

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For 4 hours, held in a wall-less, 12’ x 12’ transparent box, Caroline Laurin-Beaucage creates a dance that takes her back to the heart of her career as a performer and tries to re-awaken all the memories of her body. In this circumscribed, transparent and open space, she is simultaneously creating and performing, each moment becoming the show. The performance / creation Habiter sa mémoire is intended as a pilgrimage through different moments in order to create a unique encounter between the public and the artist; where the spectators are invited to encircle the box and bear witness to a dance in constant evolution under the effects of its environment and duration. (Photo: Robert Dubé)

Conception, choreography and performance : Caroline Laurin-Beaucage
Conception and technology integration : Thomas Payette + HUB Studio
Scenography : Odile Gamache
Sound design and Recording : Larsen Lupin
Artistic Advisor:  Ginelle Chagnon
On-Site accompaniment and coordination : Ginelle Chagnon + Ingrid Vallus
Costumes : Caroline Laurin-Beaucage
Technical director : Hugues Kir
Coproduction : Hector-Charland Theatre
Residences : Centre d’art Diane-Dufresne + Circuit-Est centre chorégraphique + Maison pour la danse à Québec


Choreographer, performer and teacher for 20 years, Caroline Laurin-Beaucage has worked with Ginette Laurin (O Vertigo), Jacques Poulin-Denis, Paul-André Fortier and Jean-Pierre Perreault. In 2016, she created Habiter sa mémoire, an outdoor performance presented in about twenty places around the world. From this major project emerged in 2019 the scenic creation Intérieurs (“Prix du CALQ” for the best choreographic work in Quebec) and the exhibition Marquer le temps, presented by Danse Danse and Place des Arts. Caroline Laurin-Beaucage graduated from the School of the Toronto Dance Theatre. She has been teaching at Montreal’s Concordia University since 2005, and as a guest teacher at the Dance Department of UQAM in 2020-2021. She co-founded the structure for choreographers Lorganisme and was its Artistic and General Director until 2019. (Photo : Caroline Désilets)

 

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A small, individual, sensoriel listening station will offer a 5-minute experience in the heart of a beluga nursery, with sound and tactile immersion devices.

Since 2012, Maryse Goudreau has endeavored to deploy her Beluga Archives in multiple forms. At the crossroads of fiction, documentary, ethology and politics, her work questions the points of contact between the whale and the human without falling into a cautionary tale. To this, her project responds to the need of placing oneself in a situation of listening for what belugas have to transmit to us. (Photo: Maryse Goudreau)

Created by Maryse Goudreau
Sound editing and engineering: Stéphane Claude

Produced following a research and creation residency at the Churchill Northern Studies Center thanks to the agreement between the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec and the Manitoba Arts Council. Maryse Goudreau also thanks the Oboro production assistance program and the Canada Council for the Arts.


Maryse Goudreau is a multidisciplinary artist living in Escuminac, in the Gaspé Peninsula. She creates works where images, documents, and gestures of artistic and participatory care intersect. Her creation Hybrid spans photography but also interactive videographic and photographic essays, immersive devices, writing, action art and sound art. She has invested in the field of art that has a social impact with several participatory projects, such as Manifestation pour la mémoire des quais and Festival du tank d´Escuminac – first and last edition. She won the Lynne-Cohen Prize (2017), awarded in partnership with the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec. Her works are part of several collections, including that of the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. (Photo: Mathieu Bouchard-Malo)

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The jack-of-all-trades that is Marlene Sohier, offers you a moment of benevolence and a return to the body, through simple, slow movements and breath work inspired by Qi Gong techniques. (Photo: René Faulkner)

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This one and a half hour workshop will bring you back in touch with your breathing, your joints, your muscles and your mind, through movement and dance. Melina Stinson offers a warm-up influenced by Pilates, the Spinal Movement, the Natural Movement, and of course choreographic movements inspired by her professional background. Follow your own path to reconnect with your moving body, dancing! Guided and free movements, open to all levels, no experience required. (Photo: Mohammed Hamad)

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Cap-au-Renard artist Stéphane Maddix Albert will offer a moment of storytelling at the end of a guided walk. (Photo: Radio-Canada / Médéri Sauro)

Story harvester of the Gaspe Coast and beyond, Maddix explores traditionnal Acadian Tales of Yonder, revisited with quirky twists and turns that bubble the brains of both young and old. Tales like the ones where carrots take over the world, crabs sing and dance perched on a tree, and sorcerers engage with genies in a battle of wit.

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Fame Prayer / EATING
est une tentative vers une spiritualité queer. Une performance qui utilise les idées véhiculées par la psycho-pop et les textes pseudo-spirituels comme stratégies pour le corps et la chorégraphie. Une performance rigoureusement indisciplinée créée par l’artiste de danse Andrew Tay (Toronto), l’artiste visuel et performeur François Lalumière (Montréal), et la photographe et performeuse Katarzyna Szugajew (Amsterdam), Fame Prayer / EATING est un espace queer de culte, une critique de la culture des “soins” ésotériques et une performance transgressive et désorientante pour le public. Récompensé en 2012 par le DanceWEB Scholarship (Vienna, Impulstanz), Fame Prayer / EATING a été présentée à La Chapelle Scènes Contemporaines, Fierce Festival UK, Diver Festival Tel Aviv et a reçu le Prix du risque et de l’innovation, lors du Summerworks Festival Toronto. *Nudité partielle, pour public averti.


Andrew Tay est un artiste hybride, autant chorégraphe, qu’interprète, commissaire et DJ. Il est inspiré par l’esprit de collectivité, l’irrévérence et la résistance dans toutes les facettes de sa pratique. Il co-fonde en 2005 Wants&Needs danse avec Sasha Kleinplatz. Depuis, leur organisme a produit les populaires événements Piss in the Pool et Short&Sweet, qui se déroulent dans des lieux non théâtraux de Montréal. Il est présentement directeur artistique au Toronto Dance Theatre. (Photo: François Lalumière)


Né à Granby en 1983, François Lalumière habite et travaille à Montréal.  Depuis 2008 il a exposé ses œuvres sur le campus de l’université Concordia : à la Galerie VAV, à la Faculté des beaux-arts/la Galerie FOFA et au festival étudiant de Concordia ART MATTERS présenté à la Eastern Bloc Gallery. Il a exposé en groupe, au sein de collectifs dans des centres d’artistes tels que: articule (MTL), Espace F (Matane) et DARE-DARE (MTL). Son travail a été vu lors de nombreux évènements et festivals tels que: la nuit blanche/art souterrain (2011), Chromatic organisé par MASSIV’art à la Société des Arts Technologiques, Haïti entre images et mots organisé par LOJIQ et BIJ à la Maison Folie en Belgique. Les collages, les tableaux, les installations, les sculptures et les interventions urbaines de Lalumiere se singularisent par l’utilisation constante de ruban adhésif, qu’il manie de la même façon que des pinceaux et de la peinture. (Photo: Nicolas Blanchet)


Katarzyna Szugajew est une artiste et interprète polonaise qui (lorsqu’elle n’est pas sur la route) est établie à Amsterdam, diplômée en audio-visuel à la Gerrit Rietveld Academy d’Amsterdam en 2011 et en études sur les cultures à la SWPS à Varsovie en 2007.  Elle a reçu une bourse du Mondriaan Fonds en 2013 et a participé au programme Danse Web en 2012. Katrzyna travaille avec des interprètes, pour des interprètes et comme interprète avec des artistes tels que : Florentina Holzinger, Doris Ulhich et Andrew Tay. Elle s’intéresse principalement aux capacités, aux perspectives qu’offre le corps nu. (Photo: courtoise des artistes)



MANIFESTATIONS est une vidéo performative d’environ 15 minutes du Collectif l’indiscipline rassemblant des témoignages littéraires distincts, questionnant les notions d’individualité et de collectivité dans un contexte de recherche et de déconstruction d’une identité queer rurale.

Le Collectif l’indiscipline est à la base une famille choisie mutable, anarcho-queer et féministe intersectionnelle regroupant des artistes multidisciplinaires vivant entre le Bas-Saint-Laurent et la Gaspésie. L’indiscipline est née en 2018 d’une impulsion, d’un besoin de visibiliser et valider nos existences, d’assumer la place à laquelle nous avons droit, de se rassembler et de célébrer une culture du care collectif par la création d’espaces culturels et artistiques anti-oppressifs non institutionnels. (Photo : Fanny Basque)

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Fame Prayer / EATING est une tentative vers une spiritualité queer. Une performance qui utilise les idées véhiculées par la psycho-pop et les textes pseudo-spirituels comme stratégies pour le corps et la chorégraphie. Une performance rigoureusement indisciplinée créée par l’artiste de danse Andrew Tay (Toronto), l’artiste visuel et performeur François Lalumière (Montréal), et la photographe et performeuse Katarzyna Szugajew (Amsterdam), Fame Prayer / EATING est un espace queer de culte, une critique de la culture des “soins” ésotériques et une performance transgressive et désorientante pour le public. Récompensé en 2012 par le DanceWEB Scholarship (Vienna, Impulstanz), Fame Prayer / EATING a été présentée à La Chapelle Scènes Contemporaines, Fierce Festival UK, Diver Festival Tel Aviv et a reçu le Prix du risque et de l’innovation, lors du Summerworks Festival Toronto. *Nudité partielle, pour public averti.


Andrew Tay est un artiste hybride, autant chorégraphe, qu’interprète, commissaire et DJ. Il est inspiré par l’esprit de collectivité, l’irrévérence et la résistance dans toutes les facettes de sa pratique. Il co-fonde en 2005 Wants&Needs danse avec Sasha Kleinplatz. Depuis, leur organisme a produit les populaires événements Piss in the Pool et Short&Sweet, qui se déroulent dans des lieux non théâtraux de Montréal. Il est présentement directeur artistique au Toronto Dance Theatre. (Photo: François Lalumière)


Né à Granby en 1983, François Lalumière habite et travaille à Montréal.  Depuis 2008 il a exposé ses œuvres sur le campus de l’université Concordia : à la Galerie VAV, à la Faculté des beaux-arts/la Galerie FOFA et au festival étudiant de Concordia ART MATTERS présenté à la Eastern Bloc Gallery. Il a exposé en groupe, au sein de collectifs dans des centres d’artistes tels que: articule (MTL), Espace F (Matane) et DARE-DARE (MTL). Son travail a été vu lors de nombreux évènements et festivals tels que: la nuit blanche/art souterrain (2011), Chromatic organisé par MASSIV’art à la Société des Arts Technologiques, Haïti entre images et mots organisé par LOJIQ et BIJ à la Maison Folie en Belgique. Les collages, les tableaux, les installations, les sculptures et les interventions urbaines de Lalumiere se singularisent par l’utilisation constante de ruban adhésif, qu’il manie de la même façon que des pinceaux et de la peinture. (Photo: Nicolas Blanchet)


Katarzyna Szugajew est une artiste et interprète polonaise qui (lorsqu’elle n’est pas sur la route) est établie à Amsterdam, diplômée en audio-visuel à la Gerrit Rietveld Academy d’Amsterdam en 2011 et en études sur les cultures à la SWPS à Varsovie en 2007.  Elle a reçu une bourse du Mondriaan Fonds en 2013 et a participé au programme Danse Web en 2012. Katrzyna travaille avec des interprètes, pour des interprètes et comme interprète avec des artistes tels que : Florentina Holzinger, Doris Ulhich et Andrew Tay. Elle s’intéresse principalement aux capacités, aux perspectives qu’offre le corps nu. (Photo: courtoise des artistes)



MANIFESTATIONS est une vidéo performative d’environ 15 minutes du Collectif l’indiscipline rassemblant des témoignages littéraires distincts, questionnant les notions d’individualité et de collectivité dans un contexte de recherche et de déconstruction d’une identité queer rurale.

Le Collectif l’indiscipline est à la base une famille choisie mutable, anarcho-queer et féministe intersectionnelle regroupant des artistes multidisciplinaires vivant entre le Bas-Saint-Laurent et la Gaspésie. L’indiscipline est née en 2018 d’une impulsion, d’un besoin de visibiliser et valider nos existences, d’assumer la place à laquelle nous avons droit, de se rassembler et de célébrer une culture du care collectif par la création d’espaces culturels et artistiques anti-oppressifs non institutionnels. (Photo : Fanny Basque)

Sunday August 1, 2021

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L’artiste de Cap-au-Renard Stéphane Maddix Albert offrira un moment de conte au terme d’une promenade guidée.

Cueilleur d’histoires et d’algues aussi, Maddix raconte dans son patois, le Chiac (de Moncton, N.-B.), déteindu par les vents de son Gaspé Nord adoptif. Il s’enjoy à explorer et partager la tradition orale acadienne en y ajoutant plein de funky twists qui font bubbler la brain. Des histoires qui fly loin, comme celle about des carottes qui take over le monde, celle du crabe des bois qui chante du country, celle du cochon qui partage son aouène avec son buddy le cheval ou celle des politiciens qui fument des joints en faisant du BBQ. (Photo: Radio-Canada / Médéri Sauro)

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The jack-of-all-trades that is Marlene Sohier, offers you a moment of benevolence and a return to the body, through simple, slow movements and breath work inspired by Qi Gong techniques. (Photo: René Faulkner)

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Après avoir présenté son solo Mula lors de la soirée d’ouverture de FURIES, la chorégraphe wolastoquey et québécoise Ivanie Aubin-Malo ira à la rencontre du public lors d’un café-causerie décontracté animé par Priscilla Guy.

Chorégraphe, interprète et commissaire, Ivanie Aubin-Malo est diplômée de l’École de danse contemporaine de Montréal depuis 2014. Elle reçoit ensuite le mentorat de Curtis Joe Miller qui lui transmet la danse Fancy Shawl. En tant qu’interprète, elle collabore entre autres avec l’artiste Alutiiq Tanya Lukin Linklater depuis 2016. Dans ses chorégraphies, elle s’inspire tout d’abord du son pour mettre en mouvement la densité, la direction et le dessin perçu à travers l’expérience auditive. Basée à Tio’Tia:ke (Montréal), Ivanie souhaite créer des liens entre la communauté autochtone et celle de la danse contemporaine pour permettre de mieux coexister sur une terre de rassemblement. (Photo: Magdalena Marszalek)

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Deanna Peters offers a unique workshop combining elements of freestyle house dance (a club dance to house music) with exercises from the Itcush Method (a somatic release technique). Amelia Itcush, who devised the Itcush Method, loved club dancers because of their intuitive use of rebound in and out of the floor. We will Bounce, Sweat, Rest & Groove! The 1.5 hour workshop is open to movers of all ages and abilities. No dance experience necessary. Please bring comfortable clothes, a water bottle and indoor sneakers.

A dance artist for the past 17 years, Deanna Peters (Mutable Subject) works out of a shared studio on unceded xʷməθkwəy̓əm, Skwxwú7mesh and səlil̓ilw̓ətaʔɬ Territories (Vancouver). Deanna’s practice integrates multiple movement forms with everyday gestures and ideas from sport. DP’s immersed in the experiential; the connection of inner to outer; the sensing of action and its potential to communicate. Creating for the stage, club, web, print and specific sites, Mutable Subject’s projects subvert distinctions between so-called “high” and “low” art. As a DIY producer, Deanna hosts shows, parties and residencies. It’s all dance: mutablesubject.ca  (Photo: Reza Rezaï)

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Rigoureuse, ludique et énergique, Memory Palace est une performance créée par Dorian Nuskind-Oder qui explore les liens entre la mémoire corporelle, la musique et la danse. Alternant entre séquences à l’unisson et solos intimes, elle révèle la façon indéniable dont le mouvement se grave dans le corps. Incluant un large éventail de danse – folklorique, sociale, moderne, en ligne – la pièce construit un espace qui invite performeurs et spectateurs à retrouver leurs propres souvenirs dansés.

Concept et chorégraphie : Dorian Nuskind-Oder
Chorégraphie et performance : Lauren Semeschuk, Melina Stinson, Nate Yaffe
Trame Sonore : Simon Grenier-Poirier
Dramaturgie : Simon Grenier-Poirier et Jacob Wren
Éclairage et scénographie : Paul Chambers
Résidences: Circuit-est centre chorégraphique, le Conseil des arts de Montréal, The Dragon’s Egg (Connecticut)


Originaire de la Caroline du Nord aux États-Unis, Dorian Nuskind-Oder est une artiste en danse, chorégraphie et performance. Depuis son arrivée à Montréal en 2009, ses créations incluent deux collaborations avec l’artiste visuel Simon Grenier-Poirier: Speed Glue (2019) une partition chorégraphique pour deux joueurs de tennis de table et Orchestrated Accidents (2018) une installation / jeu de performance, ainsi que Memory Palace (2016). Ces œuvres ont été présentées au Festival TransAmériques, au Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal, à la Fonderie Darling, à Tangente, au Chapter Arts Center (Royaume-Uni), à CURRENTSESSIONS (États-Unis) et à La Quinzaine de la Danse (FR), entre autres. Dorian est artiste-membre de la compagnie Je suis Julio. (Photo: Emily Gan)

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Rigoureuse, ludique et énergique, Memory Palace est une performance créée par Dorian Nuskind-Oder qui explore les liens entre la mémoire corporelle, la musique et la danse. Alternant entre séquences à l’unisson et solos intimes, elle révèle la façon indéniable dont le mouvement se grave dans le corps. Incluant un large éventail de danse – folklorique, sociale, moderne, en ligne – la pièce construit un espace qui invite performeurs et spectateurs à retrouver leurs propres souvenirs dansés.

Concept et chorégraphie : Dorian Nuskind-Oder
Chorégraphie et performance : Lauren Semeschuk, Melina Stinson, Nate Yaffe
Trame Sonore : Simon Grenier-Poirier
Dramaturgie : Simon Grenier-Poirier et Jacob Wren
Éclairage et scénographie : Paul Chambers
Résidences: Circuit-est centre chorégraphique, le Conseil des arts de Montréal, The Dragon’s Egg (Connecticut)


Originaire de la Caroline du Nord aux États-Unis, Dorian Nuskind-Oder est une artiste en danse, chorégraphie et performance. Depuis son arrivée à Montréal en 2009, ses créations incluent deux collaborations avec l’artiste visuel Simon Grenier-Poirier: Speed Glue (2019) une partition chorégraphique pour deux joueurs de tennis de table et Orchestrated Accidents (2018) une installation / jeu de performance, ainsi que Memory Palace (2016). Ces œuvres ont été présentées au Festival TransAmériques, au Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal, à la Fonderie Darling, à Tangente, au Chapter Arts Center (Royaume-Uni), à CURRENTSESSIONS (États-Unis) et à La Quinzaine de la Danse (FR), entre autres. Dorian est artiste-membre de la compagnie Je suis Julio. (Photo: Emily Gan)

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Charégraphie is a site-specific choreography done with cars by Deanna PetersEmma-Kate Guimond. It is inspired by popular entertainment forms that incorporate vehicles while employing choreography basics like spatial formation, unison and “tricks”. It simultaneously transgresses such entertaining formalisms, to locate acts of care and mutualism. Instead of ramps and obstacles, the cars work with the found landscape. (Photo: courtesy of the artists)

Created and performed by Deanna Peters and Emma-Kate Guimond


Emma-Kate Guimond is formally trained in contemporary dance but her preferred medium is the slideshow. Using gesture, image, and text, her performances are embodied, difficult, desperate, colorful, and funny. She has presented performances at VIVA! Art Action in Montreal (2019), Visualeyez Festival in Edmonton (2013), Mountain Standard Time in Calgary (2014, 2018), FADO Emerging artist series in Toronto (2014), as well as RIPA in Montreal (2016). From 2009-2017 she was co-director of WIVES collective, with whom she presented feeled (OFFTA, 2016) and ACTION MOVIE (Théâtre La Chapelle, 2017). Recent performances and exhibitions include ATTABLER (2ième porte à gauche, Agora de la danse, 2018), You (TOPO, 2019) and Sequence of events (Arprim, 2019), as well as The Plot (Fonderie Darling, 2020). (Photo: Emma-Kate Guimond)

A dance artist for the past 17 years, Deanna Peters (Mutable Subject) works out of a shared studio on unceded xʷməθkwəy̓əm, Skwxwú7mesh and səlil̓ilw̓ətaʔɬ Territories (Vancouver). Deanna’s practice integrates multiple movement forms with everyday gestures and ideas from sport. DP’s immersed in the experiential; the connection of inner to outer; the sensing of action and its potential to communicate. Creating for the stage, club, web, print and specific sites, Mutable Subject’s projects subvert distinctions between so-called “high” and “low” art. As a DIY producer, Deanna hosts shows, parties and residencies. It’s all dance: mutablesubject.ca (Photo: Reza Rezaï)

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FURIES – festival de danse contemporaine remercie également : La Chapelle du Cap, l’École Notre-Dame-des-Neiges de Marsoui, Tangente, Atelier Turquoise, Resto Chez Tantine, Vignoble Coteau Rougemont, Microbrasserie Le Malbord, Microbrasserie Auval, Madame Méganne Perry Mélançon – députée de Gaspé, Auberge la Seigneurie des Monts, CCOV, DLD, Poème en août, Revue Esse, Rubberband.

ARCHIVES – 2019 EDITION