Montrèal, arts interculturels (mai)
3680 rue Jeanne-Mance
Free | gratuit
Presented as part of the Taking Place Performance Art Series, Francisco-Fernando Granados’ work Make a line is a performance installation resuscitating the story of a refugee who is part of a language lesson in an ESL textbook. Motivated by personal memory, Make a line deals with institutionalized cultural memory, tracking the flows of agency and desire latent in a refugee narrative.
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The Taking Place performance arts series was featured as an event highlight in the March/April 2017 issue of The Dance Current.
Learn more here: http://www.thedancecurrent.com/issue/volume-20-issue-2
This year marks the tenth anniversary of Festival TransAmériques, and Montréal-based dancer and choreographer Louise Lecavalier is turning the stage into an imaginary battleground, diving into nine rounds of virtual combat with dancer Robert Abubo.