Khi (χ) is a contemporary choreography that invites you to discover the interiority and the exteriority of two dancers through a sensible and sensorial process. The dancers, who draw inspiration from the textures of different objects and from the urban environment, invest these textures in a bodily fashion that is both qualitative and audible, so as to bring forth different urges and states. Khi (χ), named after the Greek letter “χ: khi”, is a bodily dialogue that is created from the intertwining (χ) and the interconnection of the dancers’ sensible and imaginary worlds.
Performers : Myriam Tremblay-Quévillon, Antoine Turmine
Rehearsal Director/ External viewpoint : Emmanuelle Bourassa-Beaudoin
Costumes : Josiane Fortin et interprètes
Photography : Cindy Lopez
Acknowledgments : The Dance Pavilion at UQAM