Hello my pretty dancers!
At this time, I will introduce you an important a part of dance: modern dance. This type of dance covers totally different modes of expression that appeared from the Nineteen Sixties onwards. It’s embodied notably in a era of French choreographers who, within the Eighties, invented their very own physique language.
The American affect
Barefoot and on a regular basis clothes
You’ll discover that modern dancers are sometimes barefoot. A greater approach to be in direct contact with the ground. Some choreographers make their costumes minimalist. It is typically impressed by the garments we put on each day: T-shirts, unfastened pants, clothes, skirts, boxers and brassieres…Typically you will see kneepads. Some dancers defend themselves on this means due to choreographies that favour falls and ground passages.
PHOTO: MAXIME COTE | INTERPRETERS: MARGAUX DORSAZ, NICOLAS BOIVIN, CYNDIE FORGET-GRAVEL, MATEO CHAUCHAT | CHOREGRAPHY: MARIE CHOUINARD (2017) | MONTREAL SCHOOL OF CONTEMPORARY DANCE
A dancers’ publicity
Some choreographers don’t hesitate to stage their performers completely…bare! Stunning for some, this bias is a part of an aesthetic method. No matter one might imagine, this exposing of dancing our bodies is not only a gratuitous provocation. In lots of circumstances, we overlook concerning the nudity of the dancers and focus on the choreography!