Inspired by the research undertaken with AIR (2011), Karine Ledoyen continues her creative cycle initiated around invisible matter, an impalpable element that we want to make visible, sonorous and tangible.
Accompanied by three performers – Sara Harton, Fabien Piché and Ariane Voineau – interacting with a wonderful wind machine designed by composer Patrick Saint-Denis, viewers make their way through three paintings, three possibilities, three landscapes. What if one of us had to give up something for the benefit of the community? Three landscapes gently ask this question through a carefully orchestrated mise-en-abîm.
Choreography: Karine Ledoyen in collaboration with the dancers and the participation of Sonia Montminy
Dancers in the Creation: Sara Harton, Fabien Piché, Eve Rousseau-Cyr and Ariane Voineau
Dancers on Tour: Sara Harton, Fabien Piché and Ariane Voineau
Stage Design: Patrick Saint-Denis
Music: Patrick Saint-Denis
Lighting: Louis-Xavier Gagnon-Lebrun
Costumes: Virginie Leclerc
Choreography and Rehearsal Assistant: Ginelle Chagnon
Artistic Advisor: Alexandre Fecteau
Host: Jocelyn Paré
Stage Manager: Jean-Michel Dumas or Patrick Saint-Denis and Jocelyn Paré
Production Director: Karine Ledoyen
Technical Director: Marylise Gagnon
Production Assistant in the Creation: Claude Breton and Jocelyn Paré
Lighting Assistant: Jérémie Boucher
A Danse K par K Production
Co-produced by La Rotonde – Centre chorégraphique contemporain de Québec
Development Officer: Suzie Larivée, La Compagnie Larivée Cabot Champagne
Administration: Francine Chabot
Duration: 50 Minutes
Year of Creation: 2013
Danse K par K benefited from a creative residency at l’Agora de la danse and Grand Théâtre de Québec.
Trois paysages was created with the support of the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, Canada Council for the Arts, Ville de Québec programme vitalité and Première Ovation Danse – Fonds Bons d’Emploi.