They explore the emergence of the choreographic gesture in the relationship between Body and Matter, whether through creative projects, transmission and pedagogical or research projects. They also explore the possible connections this relationship generates: dynamic flows, continuity, the transfer of knowledge and energy, the intermingling of forces…
To what extent can the construction of a landscape, the continuity between a choreographic gesture and a craft gesture, the making of artefacts, the place of ritual and the gesture of care in the construction of a choreographic language… be seen as different expressions of the same attempt: a dialogue with the energies that make the world become world, at each instant all the time?
The aim of the Arrangement Provisoire project is to encourage a broadening of the imagination, a widening of the field of ideas, sensations and impulses that affect our present. It seeks to open up new spaces for experimentation and reflection in the field of choreography.
It is a space for encounters with other artists, researchers, journalists, theorists and practitioners of dance, but also of other fields (other artistic disciplines, architecture, crafts, human sciences, anthropology, religion, etc.). But it also asserts and implements its role as a lever for experimentation and for bringing people into contact with artistic creation, accessible to all, without discrimination as to social situation, background, skills or origin.
Vania Vaneau and Jordi Galí have both been Associate Artists:
-at Pacifique CDCN Grenoble – Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes from 2016 to 2020 ;
-at ICI-CCN de Montpellier from 2020 to 2022, as part of the French Ministry of Culture and Communication policy;
-at Scènes Croisées since 2020.
Vania Vaneau was Artist in Residence at CN D Lyon for the 2021-2022 season.
She is Associate Artist at ICI-CCN in Montpellier from 2023 to 2024.
Jordi Galí was associate artist at Ramdam from 2011 to 2014.
Arrangement Provisoire is under contract with the DRAC Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes (2022-2024) and the Région Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes (2023 – 2025), and is supported by the City of Lyon.