Mascaras / Masks
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Publication date : 2022/12/01
Weight 1590 g / Dimensions 20.5 x 29 cm / 462 pages
The history of the Ballet national de Marseille, a company created by Roland Petit in 1972, bears witness from the outset, and under the influence of this ambitious choreographer, to an intense and profuse creative energy, based on multiple collaborations with the artistic scene of its time.
Since September 2019, the BNM has been directed by the collective (LA)HORDE, consisting of Marine Brutti, Jonathan Debrouwer and Arthur Harel. The three artists place dance at the heart of their multidisciplinary practice and develop choreographic creations, films, performances and installations, with the project for the BNM to “make work in the structure”.
Danser l’image is the restitution of an archaeological excavation of the recent present, whose common thread is the stage costume. Here we come across many creations, encounters and inspirations that form the identity of the Ballet, which is amazingly coherent. This open archive constitutes a subjective sum of the history of this singular Ballet, an exemplary resource, to make visible to all the diversity and the future of this living heritage.
Essays by Mathieu Buard and Delphine Pinasa
Interviews with Harley Weir, Isabel Marant, Emanuele Coccia, Lasseindra Ninja, (LA)HORDE, Alice Gavin, Salomé Poloudenny, Nicole Murru, Valentina Pace and Thierry Hauswald