DOCUMENTING AND TRANSMITTING QUEBEC'S CONTEMPORARY DANCE HERITAGE / FONDATION JEAN-PIERRE PERREAULT
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This space features artistic, legal, archival and educational material offering an in-depth analysis of important issues in the dance community.

Ouvrir la boîte. Regards sur les boîtes chorégraphiques et la documentation en danse Published on : December 09, 2020 7.48 Mb

(in French) For Ouvrir la boîte, Lise Gagnon invited close to 20 dance practitioners—dancers, choreographers and researchers—to examine the FJPP’s choreographic toolkits from a meta perspective by opening them, interrogating them and unpacking them, in order to view them from different angles and explore their immense potential.

La danse de Hanako  –  Hanako’s Dance Published on : December 09, 2020 4.21 Mb

This fanzine invites you to follow the traces of a ghost-like dance. The dance by Hanako Hoshimi-Caines was performed before a select few, and was not filmed or photographed. Yet its sensory content was methodically captured in this multi-authored work.

BIEN DOCUMENTER POUR FAVORISER LA DÉCOUVERTE EN LIGNE Published on : November 14, 2019 6.37 Mb

(in French) This guide offers dance practitioners a method and tools to map our digital ecosystem, better preserve dance’s digital traces, represent information in the form of metadata, and understand what is required to relate these metadata to the Web of culture.

Blanc Mémoire Published on : October 31, 2018 4.86 Mb

(in French) Quebec choreographer and teacher Manon Hotte, currently based in Geneva, presents the creative process behind Blanc Mémoire—an archival installation she co-created with Swiss photographer and stage director Dorothée Thébert.

L’INVISIBLE VISIBLE Published on : November 30, 2016 1.13 Mb

(in French) L’INVISIBLE VISIBLE – Transmission d’outils d’interprétation en danse, by  Sylvie Pinard is a guide to discovering one’s expressive body. The book offers a comprehensive training program for dancers and teachers, based on a synthesis of her various discoveries and teaching approaches as both a Laban analyst and dance professor.