FACETS International Choreography Residency 2017

Swiss and Indian choreographers will create performances to be premiered at the Attakkalari India Biennial 2017.

Event Details

Location

Gurunanak Bhavan
Millers Tank Bundh Road, Vasanth Nagar, Bangalore, Karnataka 560052 India

Date

February 04, 2017 1:00 pm - February 05, 2017 5:00 pm

Cost

Free Entry

Attakkalari Center for Movement Arts, in collaboration with swissnex India, is organizing the FACETS International Choreography Residency 2017 that will be held from January 2nd to February 2nd 2017 in Bangalore. During this period, the choreographers will create works which will be premiered at the Attakkalari India Biennial 2017 scheduled between 3 and 12 February 2017.

FACETS 2017 will be a vibrant platform for exchange of ideas, knowledge and experiences to explore unchartered approaches in creating movements. The FACETS 2017 showcases are spread over the 4th and 5th of February from 1.00 pm in Gurunanak Bhavan, Bangalore, and are with free entry. For other shows, tickets are available at the Attakkalari office and the Rangashankara Box Office, as well as on BookMyShow.

The Residency program will offer emerging choreographers an inter-disciplinary approach to creating original works or extending already explored ideas.

Participants will be mentored by adept and internationally acclaimed faculty to develop perspectives in a supportive and creative environment, free of financial constraints. The residents will work as a collective undergoing common technique/ skill sharing sessions and feedback forums, with production rehearsals to meet individual choreographer’s needs. This period opens up scope for group devising and course corrections.

Swiss mentors Claude and Antoine, supported by swissnex India, will be showcasing their expertise with light design at Facets. Swiss Sound Designer Marcel Zaes, supported by Pro Helvetia New Delhi, is also a mentor at FACETS. Many of Zaes’ works have been published by Tonus Music Records, Switzerland, and are internationally showcased.

Swiss mentors:

After studying in industrial mechanics and electro engineering, Claude Parrat developed and managed a department at Ascom, Switzerland. Actively involved since 1992 in the field of entertainment, he has worked as a technical director for various dance and theatre companies performing around the world. Currently he owns and directs a stage construction and equipment business. He is the head of stage techniques apprenticeship at the Manufacture since January 2014.
Mr. Claude Parrat
Antoine Mozer graduated from La Manufacture in summer of 2016. During his studies, he worked with theater companies in Switzerland, France and Belgium, and was involved in festivals and roadshows. He also participated in a big event in Brazzaville, Congo Republic in 2015, with fly shows including 13 machinists. He is currently working on a roadshow for the theater of Vidy and with a French company. Simultaneously, he works as a stage manager for the Opéra of Fribourg.
Mr. Antoine Mozer
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