Between mirroring and oppositions, a duet in the feminine plural for a dance of energy/tensions/suspensions with blurred and magnetic visions of a singular twinship.
The body in the feminine, or rather bodies in the feminine: a constant in Louise Vanneste’s work. Tangibly charged bodies, vehicles of a mostly minimal dance, with a “raw” and powerful physique in which black and white happily reign as master of ceremonies. Creations like long dolly shots in a magnetic landscape, immersed in a “radical” and regularly hypnotic sound bath.
In Black Milk the artist does not fail to observe her signature style which is simple, uneasy and sensual all in one, here with a preponderance of white and light. It features Eveline Van Bauwel, one of the two performers who took part in Persona with her (a trio created in 2011).
Around a game of symmetry and its opposites, the women sketch out a journey full of transformations and metamorphoses. Playing lions, sheep, wolves, women, men, mothers, children and shapes in turn, they sneak in, wait and direct, always interacting, always alone…
Louise Vanneste, Antoine Chessex, Cédric Dambrain, Arnaud Gerniers, Eveline Van Bauwel and Benjamin Van Thiel.
External eye of Anja Röttgerkamp.
Danced by Eveline Van Bauwel and Louise Vanneste.
Black Milk is co-produced by Charleroi danse – Centre chorégraphique de la Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles, Les Brigittines – Centre d’art contemporain du mouvement de la ville de Bruxelles, le CCNFC à Belfort and benefits of a residency in l’Ancre (Charleroi).