Research project: Andrée-Anne Ratthé
January to June 2011
This new choreographic is divided into time-limited capsules of 2, 3, 4 and 10 minutes. Each one is constructed directly in relation to De Studio using both projection and symbolic space. The work is on raw movement rock, efficient inspired by popular images and the virtual world.
With the participation of Corinne Crane-Demarais, Chantal Hausler, Marie-Joëlle Hadd, Josianne Latreille and Ariane Paradis
Research project: Josianne Latreille
Time at De Studio is used to explore the mechanisms that lead a dancer to move according to her history.
December 10, 2010
Screening of the preliminary dance video series Moving Towards followed by a discussion with the following questions: which elements of the image are significant? How important is the sound?
Organized by Marie Claire Forté and Alanna Kraaijeveld, with the participation of Lynda Gaudreau and other guests.
The artist and the economy; the artists adaptation to economic conditions
November 8, 2010
The pressure of reality... How do economic circumstances inform the choices of artists working in Québec today? To what degree does the artist adapt her vision to these realities?
A dinner discussion organised by k.g. Guttman with Sylvie Lachance, Richard Ducharme, De Studios associate artists and guests.
June 14 to 20, 2010
Two choreographers explore travelling through space with objects provided to them by guests and two video cameras.
Organised by Marie Claire Forté and Alanna Kraaijeveld
December 12, 2009
A day-long dance research lab where two choreographers share space, dancers and choreographic ideas. The focus is a rigorous choreographic research.
Organised by choreographer Normand Marcy with the participation of choreographer Annie Gagnon, dancers Melina Stinson and Jessica Serli, and Lynda Gaudreau as an outside eye.
SPACE OUT, opening of the experimental studio De Studio
Exhibition and performance
December 3 to 6, 2009
Guided by curator Marie Fraser, students in the course Organising an exhibit offered by the Art History Department of the Université du Québec à Montréal, invited visual artists, choreographers, dancers and musicians to be part of De Studio Lynda Gaudreaus experimental studio opening.
To be spaced out, to be disoriented, not connected, lost.
SPACE OUT offers an immersive experience where dance, site specific installation, sculpture and soundscape mingle in a vaporous environment. Feed by reminiscence, the visitor is invited to wander in the space and to create his or her own dialogue with the works. Playing on notions of appearing and disappearing, the exhibit is a complete and organic universe, echoing the human body.
Exhibition, 3 and 6 minute choreographic and musical capsules from December 3 to 6, 2009, exhibit opening and studio inauguration December 3, De Studio, Montréal
With visual artists:
Magali Babin, Patrick Coutu, Karilee Fuglem, Manon De Pauw
With the participation of choreographers and dancers:
Dany Desjardins and Anne Thériault, Geneviève Gagné and Emily Honegger, Chantal Lamirande
Les Ghost's of Ghazals, Léopard Et Moi, Sally Paradise, Indiensoci