In Situ & Off

For several years, the Art Mouv’ Cie has been offering a choreographic, sound and digital concept at the border of creation, performance and installation.

Many experiences have led him to create and perform in atypical places such as the in situ festivals of Havana, Valparaiso, La Paz, the museums of Bastia, Alta Rocca, Fesch in Ajaccio, the Museum of Corsica, the FRAC Corsica, and many other places and events in Corsica and abroad…

 

The multidisciplinary proposals dance, music, video are flexible according to the spaces made available and adaptable to the events of the place. They take into account the type of work, the architecture, the theme (heritage days, Museum Night, temporary exhibitions). They are available in improvisational structures, soundscapes, video installations, specific creations in line with the current events of the place.

Sometimes being the occasion of a few days or a few weeks of residence, they meet the public in a contemporary spirit, confronting past and present, heritage and modernity.

The Isula Sessions cycle as part of A Festa di a Lingua and the creations of the Identity(s) in Movement project combine choreographic and digital arts around the Corsican language. These projects explore the relationship between the body and the architectural and natural heritage through the notions of body ecology.

Installations

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Synchrocity (loops of 14’)

An urban walk deployed on plasma screens and a video projection

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Without Title (loops of 20’)

Three echoing landscapes, three moving bodies, linked together by the linearity of the screens

Performances

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Alice on the Beach (rounds of 4h)

When public space reinvent citizensh

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Angle Mort

Happenings in Valparaiso

Creations

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Hors Champ Chorégraphique

Moving works in Corsica FRAC

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Isula Session

Language and poetry in motion