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Peter Trosztmer

 

Expressive Bodies and Digital Cultures

Thinking about the Symposium IX on “Embodied Spaces” By Dena Davida

What is at stake for dancers and the dance profession in the face of technological advances? Dena Davida explores this question, based on her experiences at Symposium IX, presented by Audiokinetic and organized at/by the Société des arts technologiques (SAT) in Montréal, Québec, from May 30th through June 3rd, 2017.

 
Peter Trosztmer, Zack Settel

Aqua Khoria

Performance | Spectacle

Montréal  QC
October 11-21 octobre 2016
Tues-Sat @ 7:00 | mardi-samedi @ 19:00
Contemporary

 
Peter Trosztmer

#boxtape

Installation | Installation

Montréal  QC
October 16-20 octobre 2015
Oct. 16, 17, 19 & 20 @ 18:00 | 6:00
Contemporary, Performance Art

 
Sylvain Émard Danse, Paul André Fortier, Benjamin Kamino, Peter Trosztmer, Bill Coleman, Mark Shaub, Manuel Roque, Chancz Perry, Terrence Littletent, Graham McKelvie

Men in Dance Festival

Festival | Festival

Regina SK
January 5-18 janvier 2015
Contemporary

Tribute to Norman McLaren

Multidisciplinary artists Michel Lemieux and Victor Pilon (Lemieux Pilon 4D ART) honour the late filmmaker Norman McLaren in their new work with dance artist Peter Trosztmer.

 
360 Dance

Home and Away

By Philip Szporer

In the first of regular monthly columns, Philip Szporer muses on watching dance at home in Montréal and away at Jacob’s Pillow.

Peter Trosztmer

EESTI : Myths and Machines

Performance | Spectacle

Montréal  QC
November 18-27 novembre 2011
Wed-Sat | mercredi-samedi
Contemporary

Peter Trosztmer

EESTI: Myths and Machines

Performance | Spectacle

Montréal  QC
November 15-18 novembre 2012
Thur-Sat | jeudi-samedi
Contemporary

 

Remembrance of Things Past 

By Philip Szporer EESTI: Myths and Machines / Of Good Moral Character Peter Trosztmer / Lara Kramer

There are those rare performances that fill you up so that you’re brimming, stoked by the integrity of the work, or perhaps elated with a feeling of reflection. Such is the case with Peter Trosztmer’s EESTI: Myths and Machines (Eesti is the Estonian for Estonia).

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