Free Your Flocking Facts: Post-Truth Edition

Part of the CPR  Center for Performance Research Spring Movement in 2017, footage video by André Daughtry. One of our first showing of the ongoing process for Free your flocking facts. Costumes given by Eve Bailey Laroche Joubert.

Featuring performers from HAM, high Art Moment with Dages Juvelier-Keates, Rain Saukas, Alexis Steeve and Amélie Gaulier.

Post-truth edition. We are French, we are Estonian, we are American. We benefit from white privilege we buckle under patriarchy. We are immigrants, actors, activists, aggressors, deflectors.

We consider: autocracy, projective identification, having a voice and being alone together.

Am I Image Moving

Trailer for Am I An Image Moving #1

Open Performance at Movement Research

Moderated by Whitney Hunter

APRIL 2015

free your flocking clown at Art Helix

The performance took place during "Installation of All American Clutter and The Farewell Party" from solo exhibition of Kelsey Shwetz "tbt" at Christopher Stout Gallery, 2016.

 

Password: flocking

Showing at chez Buschwick Studio

Am I An Image Moving#2

JUNE 2015

 

Am I An Image Moving at Chez Bushwick

"Am I An Image Moving" 
video and performed by  Amélie Gaulier

Solo research presentation of "Am I An Image Moving" on June 27th 2016 at Chez Buschwick. 
Chez Bushwick's WIP Showings are free and open to the public! 4 artists will show their works in progress. A guest moderator will initiate the dialogue, questions and feed-backs after the showings with the public and the artists.

_Am I An Image Moving_

Concept and performance: Amélie Gaulier
The notions of indeterminacy and improvisation, and the place they give to the random and the unfinished, compose the framework for my choreographic investigations. The way I work is a process of constant sliding and of making incongruous connections, reflecting the random path navigation of my thought-movement.


Dance as a shelter. Dance as a transition. Dance as an opening space. Dance as an image moving. Dance as a hearing. Dance as a ghost alive. Dance as a cavern. Where does imagination come from? What part of imagination do I carry with my spiritual-macrobiotoique- cellular-atomic-anatomic-ordinary-physical body? If I produce sound with my breath and start to produce sounds with my mouth, tongue, lips, velum, cheeks, teeth, throat, vocals cords, could I make choreographic art? I mean could I create a dance from the breath-sounds moving inside my body-cavern and be moved by this invisible material—as my thoughts—and call this a dance? 
 

Dance as a shelter #1

Experiments in Studio

Video & Image : Amélie Gaulier

April 2015, NYC

Dance as a shelter #2

Experiments in Studio

Video & Image : Amélie Gaulier

April 2015, NYC

Dance as a shelter #0

Experiments in Studio

Video & Image : Amélie Gaulier

April 2015, Gibney Dance Studio, NYC

Music: Talking Heads "Psycho killer"

Bande des Mo

Les Moric(h)ettes  "Tentative d'épatement d'une galerie parisienne" 

Exhibition curated by Massimiliano Baldassari : Medusa Caravage Salon

Gallery Dominique Fiat, Paris, FR.

July 2013

Free Your Flocking Facts: Post-Truth Edition
Am I Image Moving
free your flocking clown at Art Helix
Showing at chez Buschwick Studio
Am I An Image Moving at Chez Bushwick
Dance as a shelter #1
Dance as a shelter #2
Dance as a shelter #0
Bande des Mo
Free Your Flocking Facts: Post-Truth Edition

Part of the CPR  Center for Performance Research Spring Movement in 2017, footage video by André Daughtry. One of our first showing of the ongoing process for Free your flocking facts. Costumes given by Eve Bailey Laroche Joubert.

Featuring performers from HAM, high Art Moment with Dages Juvelier-Keates, Rain Saukas, Alexis Steeve and Amélie Gaulier.

Post-truth edition. We are French, we are Estonian, we are American. We benefit from white privilege we buckle under patriarchy. We are immigrants, actors, activists, aggressors, deflectors.

We consider: autocracy, projective identification, having a voice and being alone together.

Am I Image Moving

Trailer for Am I An Image Moving #1

Open Performance at Movement Research

Moderated by Whitney Hunter

APRIL 2015

free your flocking clown at Art Helix

The performance took place during "Installation of All American Clutter and The Farewell Party" from solo exhibition of Kelsey Shwetz "tbt" at Christopher Stout Gallery, 2016.

 

Password: flocking

Showing at chez Buschwick Studio

Am I An Image Moving#2

JUNE 2015

 

Am I An Image Moving at Chez Bushwick

"Am I An Image Moving" 
video and performed by  Amélie Gaulier

Solo research presentation of "Am I An Image Moving" on June 27th 2016 at Chez Buschwick. 
Chez Bushwick's WIP Showings are free and open to the public! 4 artists will show their works in progress. A guest moderator will initiate the dialogue, questions and feed-backs after the showings with the public and the artists.

_Am I An Image Moving_

Concept and performance: Amélie Gaulier
The notions of indeterminacy and improvisation, and the place they give to the random and the unfinished, compose the framework for my choreographic investigations. The way I work is a process of constant sliding and of making incongruous connections, reflecting the random path navigation of my thought-movement.


Dance as a shelter. Dance as a transition. Dance as an opening space. Dance as an image moving. Dance as a hearing. Dance as a ghost alive. Dance as a cavern. Where does imagination come from? What part of imagination do I carry with my spiritual-macrobiotoique- cellular-atomic-anatomic-ordinary-physical body? If I produce sound with my breath and start to produce sounds with my mouth, tongue, lips, velum, cheeks, teeth, throat, vocals cords, could I make choreographic art? I mean could I create a dance from the breath-sounds moving inside my body-cavern and be moved by this invisible material—as my thoughts—and call this a dance? 
 

Dance as a shelter #1

Experiments in Studio

Video & Image : Amélie Gaulier

April 2015, NYC

Dance as a shelter #2

Experiments in Studio

Video & Image : Amélie Gaulier

April 2015, NYC

Dance as a shelter #0

Experiments in Studio

Video & Image : Amélie Gaulier

April 2015, Gibney Dance Studio, NYC

Music: Talking Heads "Psycho killer"

Bande des Mo

Les Moric(h)ettes  "Tentative d'épatement d'une galerie parisienne" 

Exhibition curated by Massimiliano Baldassari : Medusa Caravage Salon

Gallery Dominique Fiat, Paris, FR.

July 2013

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