4 Movimientos para una sinfonía
Alejandro Cruz - Diario La Nación
How a symphony with its opening, development, rupture and end, with its own pulses tells us something? How rhythm and melody provoke imagination? How symphony affects bodies, image and sound?
4 MOVIMIENTOS PARA UNA SINFONÍA (4MPUS) is a trip through the body as a territory to explore; a man, a woman, the encounter and the audience. 4MPUS gives edges to bodies that travel between daily and intimate life, where food, cooking, eating and drinking are excuses to travel between the public and the private.
Live 4MPUS entwines voices: performatic gestures (dancing, talking, cooking, eating, singing, playing music) with V-jay and D-jay generating a symphony as a banquet.
Directed and performed by Matthieu Perpoint - Agustina Sario
Lighting Adrian Grimozzi
Stage design Leandro Egido
Music creation Velazco Rochwerger
Aesthetic assessment Andrea Saltzman
Video Joaquín Wall
Sound Federico Spinelli
Press and communication Cecilia Gamboa
Photography Paula Zacharias - Guillermo Mata
This work is the product of a creative investigation carried out in the “Lodo-Marte Residence in Matienzo” and Casa Sofía with the support of Mecenazgo Cultural and Fondo Nacional de las Artes.
Argentina's Agustina Sario and Frenchman Matthieu Perpoint are a couple in real life, they have two children and they are dancers and choreographers about to release a work that has them as the only performers ... closely linked to their daily existence.
(...) Agustina chose four features of the woman as her theme, ”woman-mother, which is my daily belonging; woman-teenager, which is a more effervescent and more idealistic facet, (...), reflective woman (...) and sensual woman”
(...) We mix each other in life to live and we mix each other in the scene to do this work. ”
“A couple to dance life” L. Falcoff - Diario Clarín
“Intense body language is maintained and is at the service of the intimacy of the couple where food and sensuality takes a central place.
(...) A sensory feast in which the bodies of the dancers are intertwined with energy or dance alone with rawness while the musician generates rough or frantic sounds.
(...) Body meat and food take the scene in its most material and raw aspects. ” “The Corporality in the foreground”
(...) The symphony created by Sario- Perpoint brings to the forefront the most crude body often forgotten, invites us to rethink questions about what feeds and to recover the sensory aspect that is not usually explored. ”
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