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12 - 13 November
Ana Pi

The Divine Cypher

Alkantara Festival
Performing Arts

12 - 13 November

saturday and sunday 7pm

Session with Audiodescription
november 13th

Performing Arts
Price 12eur
under 25: 5 eur
Length 80 min. (o espetáculo inclui uma conversa com o público)

Age restriction:

M/12

Choreographic and scenographic Creation, videos, research and interpretation Ana Pi
Light Creation Bia Kaysel
Reinterpretation of light Jean-Marc Ségalen
Stage direction Bia Kaysel and Jean-Marc Ségalen
Music and sounds Jideh HIGH ELEMENTS, Emy de Pradines and Auguste de Pradines – Ezili Nenenn Ô, Julien Creuzet and Maya Deren
Real memories, dreamed dialogues and multiple collaborations Katherine Dunham, Maya Deren, Emy de Pradines, Lumane Casimir, Martha Jean-Claude, Toto Bissainthe, Marie-Ange Aurilin, Ginite Popote, Tara El, Wendy Désert, Gerda Boisguené, Murielle Jassinthe, TRVANIA and Jenny Mezile
Semiotic Perspective Prof. Cida Moura
Philosophical Perspective Prof. Maria Fernanda Novo
Plastic perspective Julien Creuzet
Filter design Emilien Colombier
Costumes Carla de Lá, Miliane and Isabella Rodsil
Contributions to the scenographic production Studio Julien Creuzet with Garance Cabrit and Louis Somveille
Production Sarah Becher
Communication/Press Louise Marion
Production AT MATA LAB
Executive Producer Latitudes Prod. – Lille
Co-production Patricia Phelps de Cisneros Research Institute for the Study of Art from Latin America & Museum of Modern Art, Terra Batida/Alkantara, Be My Guest – Réseau international pour les pratiques émergentes, La Briqueterie CDCN du Val-de-Marne, CNDC Angers, Kunstencentrum Vooruit within the framework of the Hauts-de-France/Flanders cooperation program
Film co-production with the participation of Soirées Nomades from the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain
Support Spedidam, the Île-de-France Region and the Île-de-France DRAC

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Between the image and the body, the visual and the living, Ana Pi embarks upon a poetic and political research into ancestral sacred gestures of Haiti and their perpetuation in the imagination today. A time for learning from her contemporary Haitian artists and a time to open a fantastic dialogue with the experimental filmmaker Maya Deren and the archives she offered the world.

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