Founded in 2007 by Montreal-based artist Priscilla Guy, Mandoline Hybride explores the body in motion through different medias: Videodances, site specific choreographies, video installations, and multidisciplinary stage performances. Everyday architecture, nature and gestures, as well as choreographic editing are at the center of Priscilla Guy’s creative approach.
Mandoline Hybride has presented works in more than 15 cities in Quebec and Canada, as well as in the United States, France, and Spain, in addition to several international festivals where Priscilla Guy’s films were screened. Mandoline Hybride has developed a specialized expertize in screendance since 2012, notably through the Regards Hybrides’ platform, cofounded by Priscilla Guy and Claudia Hébert (Toronto, Canada), dedicated to dance on screen and its articulation, development, and influence.
General and artistic direction : Priscilla Guy
Communication and general coordination : Clotilde Dyotte-Gabelier
Administration : Lydie Revez
Booking and developpement : Suzie Larrivée / Agence La Tribu
PRIZES AND RECOGNITION
During its 5th anniversary celebration in 2012, Mandoline Hybride received the Prix Culture from LOJIQ for its performances of MOVING INSTALLATIONS in Paris and Saint-Malo (France). In 2014, Mandoline Hybride was given the «Most Innovative Use of Sound/Music» award at LightMoves Festival of Screendance (Ireland) for its film CORRIDORS.
Board of directors
Paule Bolduc, Hachette Canada
Chantal Lamirande, Cégep of Montmorency
Emilie Morin, independant dance artist
Luce Couture, artists booking and development
Karla Etienne, dance artist and cultural agent
Marie Bernier, independant cultural agent
Priscilla Guy, artistic and general director of Mandoline Hybride