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Martine Époque

 
Writers & Readers

Remembering Martine Époque

By Daniel Léveillé

On January 18, 2018 dance communities across Canada lost a founding member – Martine Époque. With a background from the Institut Jaques-Dalcroze, Epoque was integral in developing dance courses at the Université de Montréal after arriving in Canada in 1967.

 
360 Dance

Dancing the Rite of Spring Today: Bodies, Particles, Technologies and Affects

By Philip Szporer

The way in which dance can exist at the intersection of art and technology can be directly linked to the early work of Thomas Edison, the Lumière brothers and many of their confreres. In Canada, the Montréal-based husband and wife team of filmmaker Denis Poulin and choreographer Martine Époque have been radically recomposing and altering human movement, creating a body of performance that can only exist in virtual form.

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