An expanded season of programming on the work of Lucinda Childs, encompassing performances, film screenings, lectures, talks and an exhibition of her scores.
Born in New York, Lucinda Childs started her career at the Judson Dance Theatre in 1963. In 1973, she formed her own company, with which she has created over 50 works. Since 1981, she has choreographed more than 30 works for major companies, such as the Ballet de l’Opéra national de Paris, Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo, the Ballet de l’Opéra de Lyon, the Pacific Northwest Ballet, the Berlin State Ballet or Baryshnikov’s White Oak Dance Company, and for theatres such as the Los Angeles Opera, the Deutsche Oper am Rhein or La Monnaie in Brussels. Her choreographies are known for their minimalist movements and complex transitions, transforming the slightest movements into intricate choreographic masterpieces.
Screening of the film LA GRANDE FUGUE (2017), by Marie Helène Rebois
Lecture Lucinda Childs, Page in Hand, by LOU FORSTER
Exhibition Lucinda Childs, Nothing Personal 1963-1981.
Curated by Lou Forster, mobile exhibition by CND Paris
Film screening LUCINDA CHILDS
Written and directed by: Patrick Bensard
Lucinda Childs and Philip Glass: DANCE
Interpretation BALLET DE L’OPÉRA DE LYON
POST-PERFORMANCE CONVERSATION with Lucinda Childs
Moderated by journalist and dance history teacher, Bàrbara Raubert
Dance On Ensemble, Works in Silence
Screening Cèl·lulaLAB – CALICO MINGLING (1973)
Open presentation of the transmission laboratory of the piece by Lucinda Childs for non-stage spaces and for 8 dancers. Led by TY BOOMERSHINE within the programme CÈL·LULA_LAB.
Ruth Childs, Judson Program: Pastime (1963), Carnation (1964) & Museum piece (1965)