ON DANSE workshop with Latifa Laâbissi

ON DANSE workshop with Latifa Laâbissi

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Wed. 13 April 2022 — 18h30

CCN - Ballet de Lorraine

Wed. 13 April 2022 — 18h30

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ON DANSE workshop with Latifa Laâbissi around the creation Pas assez suédois ! / Not Swedish enough!


Wednesday, April 13, 2022 6:30PM-8:30PM

The ON DANSE workshops and courses allow students to physically explore the universe of the artists workin at the CCN – Ballet de Lorraine. They are open to amateur and serious dancers, 16 years and older.

Rates: full rate: 15€ / reduced rate*: 10€

Bookings: billetterie@ballet-de-lorraine.eu / +33(0)3 83 85 69 08

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Latifa Laâbissi

Mixing genres, redefining formats, the creations of Latifa Laâbissi bring onstage a special kind of off camera layering of figures and voices. 

The use of voice and the face as vehicles for certain states became irrevocably entwined with the danced act in Self-portrait camouflage (2006) and Loredreamsong (2010). Then, continuing her examination of the theme of archive, she created Écran somnambule and La part du rite (2012), based on German dance of the 20s. Pourvu qu’on ait l’ivresse (2016), cosigned with the set designer Nadia Lauro, consists of visions, landscapes and images in which we see excess, the monstrous, the beautiful, the random, the comic and fear. Since 2011, Latifa Laâbissi has been the Artistic Director of Extension Sauvage, an artistic and pedagogical program located in rural areas of Brittany. 

In 2016, a monographic book about her whole work is published at Les Laboratoires d’Aubervilliers and Les presses du réel. In 2018, she creates with Antonia Baehr, Consul & Meshie, a simian performance in a visual installation by Nadia Lauro. They also gather, in 2019 for the video Moving Backwards by the duo Pauline Boudry and Renate Lorenz, presented in the Swiss Pavillon of the 58th Venice Biennale. 

On Summer 2019, the Festival de Marseille welcomes the premières of her last creation, White Dog, a choreography for 4 performers. And until 2019, she is an Associate Artist at the CCN2 – Centre chorégraphique national in Grenoble and at the Triangle – scène conventionnée danse à Rennes.