Carolyn Carlson| Malou Airaudo | Caterina Sagna
“One treasure we share all comes from memory”
Three women who are very close, three minimalist musical scores and three pieces about intimate memory. The latter doesn’t normally occupy a physical space, but here dance creates one for it. In a society where everything goes very quickly, Carolyn Carlson occupies the present to give it back its fullness and be aware of what we are doing – to engrave it better on the memory and experience the moment better. Because “The present contains the past. The past does not exist, the only fact is the present”, Caterina Sagna reveals to us. The third response is by Malou Airaudo, a dancer with expressionist sensibilities in the same vein as Pina Bausch.
If to Leave is to Remember
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