À propos


PLI.É UNE EXPOSITION DE PHOTOGRAPHIES ET D’OEUVRES DE PAPIERS DU 9 OCTOBRE AU 4 NOVEMBRE AU AUSGANG PLAZA

14 DANSEUSES ÉTOILES ISSUES DE LA DIVERSITÉ CULTURELLE AVEC DES TUTUS EN PAPIER DANS LES RUES DE ROME, PARIS, NEW YORK ET MONTRÉAL

 

Plié. noun /Plē’ā / French prononciation. A mouvement in which a dancer bends the knees and straightens them again, usually with the feet turned out and heels firmly on the ground

Plié. adjective /Plē’ā / French for Folded. Bent (something flexible and relatively flat) over on itself so that one part of it.

PLI.É

Combines both dance and paper art lexicons and techniques. Expressing how both « bodies » fold and unfold through movement and flexibility showcased in a photo series.


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Crédits

Paper Art par Miss Cloudy
Photographie par Melika Dez


Assistant, Designer & identité graphique

Lynn Tran

MUA

Alexandra Munoz
Anne Pagis

Paper

Legion Paper, New York
Mirri Paper, Londres
G.F. Smith, Londres
Fedrigoni, Vérone

Danseurs

New York
Akua Noni Parker of Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater
Michael Jackson  Jr. of Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater
Candy Tong of Complexions Contemporary Ballet
Ingrid Silva of Dance Theatre of Harlem
Yinet Fernandez Salisbury of Dance Theatre of Harlem
Amanda Smith of Dance Theatre of Harlem
Daphne M Lee of Dance Theatre of Harlem
Dandara Amorim Veiga of Ballet Hispanico
Angelique Laurin of Brooklyn Ballet

Rome
Annalisa Cianci of Teatro dell’Opera di Roma

Paris
Inès Joseph

Montréal
Maude Sabourin of Les Grands Ballets
Mai Kono of Les Grands Ballets