Dance choreographed by Francoise Sullivan

"Danse dans la neige", Photographed by Maurice Perron (1948).

"Danse dans la neige", 17 Vintage photographs documenting original performance by Françoise Sullivan, Photographed by Maurice Perron (1948).

Dance choreographed by Francoise Sullivan

February 10, 2010
Walker Court, Art Gallery of Ontario

Choreographer: Francoise Sullivan
Dancers: Ginette Boudin, Rober Racine, Daniele Souliere

We are pleased to present four solo pieces and one ensemble work for this evening of dance choreographed by Francoise Sullivan. Black and Tan, Femme Archaique and Dedale, early works from 1947-1948, and Je parle, 1993 will be danced by Ginette Boutin, who has worked closely with Sullivan for more than twenty-three years.  A tout prendre, an ensemble performance from 1981, will be performed by Ginette Boudin, Daniele Souliere, and Rober Racine.

Daniele Souliere has danced for several pioneers of contemporary dance in Quebec, including Francoise Riopelle, Jeanne Renaud and Jean-Pierre Perreault. He is the founder and artistic director of the Danse-Cite company. Rober Racine is a writer and multi-disciplinary artist whose work has been exhibited widely and was included in Documenta 9 in Kassel, Germany in 1992.

This performance is held in conjunction with the Art Gallery of Ontario exhibition, Francoise Sullivan, and presented in partnership with the Women's Art Resource Centre (WARC) Gallery.

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