October 16, 2014 - October 18, 2014
May 29, 2015
Aurélie Pedron

Performative encounter with: Simiuni Nauya and Ariane Boulet, Alexane Tremblay, Ariane Boisvert-Garceau and Marc-André Goulet.

October 17th, 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm,
Place des festivals_south staircase (corner Sainte-Catherine W. and Jeanne-Mance)
PLEASE take note that October 16th is CANCELLED
October 18th (postponed to 19th, in case of rain), 1:30 pm -2:30 pm + 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm,
Parc des Faubourgs (Ontario East, between Bordeaux and de Lorimier)


RÛE consists of a series of researches on movement, realized in solo or in duet and which develop on the mode of the meeting -by set of contrast and mirror- revealing similarity and differences, characterizing these exchanges.

RÛE is a project with young people who made marginal choices and/or marginalized young people. Young people and performers/dancers meet, discover, express and engage themselves on the street, within small performatives moments in which the passers-by will be invited to enter.

The youngs marginals frighten. They frighten us because they are true, radically truths. They frighten us because they are real. They are real, they are young, they are there, they could be ours …

In her practice Aurélie Pedron explores the connection between the body and the object and develop a reflection on the relationship to the public and to the place. So, she directs her research more and more to the installation and the performance. Aurélie likes making links between body and space, body and music, body and light so that all of them show themselves mutually. Inspired by the philosophy of the butô body, the choreographer looks for a movement closer to a physical presence than any aesthetic shape.

Past Projects