Guest Lecture: Noé Soulier
Noé Soulier explores the ways we perceive and interpret gestures through diverse projects: choreographies, installations, theoretical essays and performances. Noé Soulier’s talk at the Theatre Academy is open to all.
I will try to analyze the way movements are defined in various choreographic practices and the experiences they create. Once made explicit, these ways of defining movement can be used as lenses to focus one’s attention, and thus enable an expanded and more active experience of movement. I will also consider the strategies used by choreographers and performers to orient the perception of the viewer by underlining or covering some of the parameters that govern their actions.