For this piece, the choreographer was influenced by the grunge movement of the 90s, which was characterized by a rebellious, derogatory, humorous, justice-seeking and passionate attitude. With intensity and brashness, dance translates the desire for action, revolt and assertion into movement. It embodies both ardour and apathy. Disillusioned and on the verge of skidding, the bodies grow into indolence, which echoes a state of mind where everything is possible and allowed.
Performers : Mathieu Campeau, Émilie Morin et Alessandra Regano
Rehearsal coach / external viewpoint : Nicolas Patry
Acknowledgments : Fuck it benefited from the Université du Québec à Montréal Dance Department Programme d’aide aux artistes en danse.
The audience, Quartiers Danses, the wonderful dancers Mathieu Campeau and Émilie Morin as well as all the artists involved including Alessandra Rigano. The Dance Pavilion at UQAM, my favourite sponsor, Sonya Stefan and my indispensable rehearsal coach, Nicolas Patry. I also wish to thank Meddy Boulom for her collaboration and her support.