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The dis/embodied archive

Date
2022
Place
Galerie UQO
Director
Rémi Thériault | House of Commons
Editor
Chris Snow
Length
48 min 54
Choreographer and dancer
Hanna Sybille Müller
Costume
Emily Watts-Luciani
Design and t-shirt
Simon Guibord
Outside Eye
Linda Rabin & Kelly Keenan
Director/curator
Marie-Hélène Leblanc
Technician
Jérémie Roussel
Coordination and support
Mirna Boyadjian, Jessica Ragazzini
Residence
AXENÉ07
Support
Espace Perreault Transmissions chorégraphiques

In the gallery’s refined space, Sybille Müller dances the embodied and disembodied archive in five movements. Through words and dance, the artist takes us through different timelines of the gallery’s history.

Projects

Moving through the archive

Co-production

The Fondation Jean-Pierre Perreault participated in the project Se mouvoir dans l’archive / Moving through the archive, a production by Galerie UQO with choreographer, dramaturg and dancer Hanna Sybille Müller. In the fall of 2019, director/curator Marie-Hélène Leblanc invited Hanna Sybille Müller to work with…

Events

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Bouncing off the archive #1

In the second part, Hanna Sybille Müller shares her dis/embodied archive findings with two dancers, Nate Yaffe and Lauren Semeschuk, with whom she developed a trio. When the residency and project were postponed due to the pandemic, a week of rehearsals still took place in…

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Bouncing off the archive #2

In the second part, Hanna Sybille Müller shares her dis/embodied archive findings with two dancers, Nate Yaffe and Lauren Semeschuk, with whom she developed a trio. When the residency and project were postponed due to the pandemic, a week of rehearsals still took place in…

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Trailer – Moving through the archive

Excerpts from Moving through the archive, Bouncing off the archive and The archive of gestures

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Bouncing off the archive #3

Archive #3 presents a mysterious video in which Hanna Sybille Müller again dances with Lauren Semeschuk and Nate Yaffe. The video captures seeing the other dancing and being seen dancing, to transform gestures made in the pared-down space of the gallery, filled only with chairs….