Interview with loscorderos

loscorderos is a Spanish company selected by modul-dance in 2012 to develop the piece ULTRA_innocence. We interviewed Pablo Molinero during their residency at Graner, in Barcelona.

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Interview with Tina Valentan

Interview with Slovenian artist Tina Valentan done in October 2012. In this video, she and her collaborator Luka Martin Škof talk about the project Working Title, where they analyze the relation between a moving body and the gaze.

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Interview with Patricia Apergi

Modul-dance interviewed the Greek artist Patricia Apergi during a residency at Graner Barcelona to create Planites. She talks about the concept developed during the creation process.

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Interview with Itamar Serussi

Itamar Serussi was selected for the modul-dance project after being proposed by Danshuis Station Zuid Tilburg. During the modul-dance conference that took place in October 2012 in Tilburg, Serussi talked with us about Mono, the piece developed under the project and inspired while buying a pram for his newly born twins. The advertisement said “In three clicks from mono to duo”. In effect, mono is about several effects, directions, decisions and happenings coming together, and thus creating something new. Things that somehow “click” in place as well. As his own life does right now with the birth of his two kids, the international acclaim he experiences and this first chance to make a full-length dance piece for the theater.

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Interview with The Loose Collective

The Loose Collective was selected for the modul-dance project after being proposed by Tanzquartier Wien. Here, an interview with two of its members, talking about the process of creation of The Old Testament According to The Loose Collective.

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Interview with Alessandro Sciarroni

The Italian artist Alessandro Sciarroni was selected for the modul-dance project after being proposed by Centro per la Scena Contemporanea Bassano del Grappa. Here, an interview with him during the research process of his project: UNTITLED_I will be there when you die.

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Interview with Marie-Caroline Hominal

Marie-Caroline Hominal is a selected modul-dance artist. Presented by adc Genève, she was selected for the project in 2012 to develop Froufrou. Interview done in March 2013 during a research period at Graner, in Barcelona.

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Interview with Luca Silvestrini

The italian choreographer Luca Silvestrini lives and works in London and leads the company Protein. Border Tales is the title of his modul-dance project, with which Silvestrini explores the idea of migration. Interview done during a research period at Graner, in Barcelona.

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Interview with Fearghus Ó Conchúir

Irish choreographer Fearghus Ó Conchúir is about to premiere his new work Cure. Last october, during a modul-dance meeting in Tilburg, we had a conversation with him. He talked about his modul-dance project Tabernacle and his view on choreography.

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Interview with Liz Roche. By Elisabetta Bisaro

Could you talk a little bit about the work you have developed as part of modul-dance?
My modul-dance piece, Body and Forgetting,  premiered on January 29th 2013 at The Abbey Theatre on The Peacock stage in Dublin. Through the structure of modul-dance and other partners such as the Dublin Dance Festival, The Abbey Theatre and Dance Ireland, I was able to lengthen my creative process and develop the piece in stages over a 14 month period. Through modul-dance specifically I had a residency with my dancers and musician at DeVIR/CAPa Faro in Portugal and also at DanceIreland Dublin.

Liz RocheThe work was influenced by Milan Kundera’s atmospheric and unsettling novel The Book of Laughter and Forgetting and presented an abstracted account of the themes, moods and characters from the book in movement with the constant accompaniment of a film and live score. I collaborated with Irish documentary and film maker Alan Gilsenan.

What connections have you been able to establish through modul-dance?
In general modul-dance has helped me to become more familiar with the current prevailing European production trends, put faces to names within a European context and make new relationships that have afforded me useful feedback. Read more of this post