Dog Rising

Clara Furey

    © Peter Jasko

    Clara Furey, on stage with Winnie Ho and Be Heintzman Hope, builds an architecture of pleasure. Empathy and attentive listening to the needs of the body and others nourish this inhabited trio, which works the movement over time, the persistence, seeking to release tensions by insisting on the repetition of endless loops. Dog Rising invites to an extreme physical journey, a bewitching, haunting, penetrating spiral. An invitation to build and regenerate physical strength from shocks, discomfort mutated into joy.

    Concept and artistic direction: Clara Furey # Choreography: Clara Furey in collaboration with Be Heintzman Hope and Winnie Ho # Performers: Clara Furey, Be Heintzman Hope, Winnie Ho # Composer: Tomas Furey # Costumes: Be Heintzman Hope # Light designer: Caroline Monnet and Karine Gauthier # Technical direction: Karine Gauthier # Artistic advisors: Dana Michel, Peter Jasko and Christopher Willes # Research assistant: Brian Mendez # International distribution: A Propic | Line Rousseau & Marion Gauvent # Production: Clara Furey # Executive production: Par B.L.eux # Coproduction (in progress): Atelier de Paris - CDCN (France), CD Spectacles (Gaspé, Canada), Centre chorégraphique national d’Orléans – Direction Maud Le Pladec (France), Festival TransAmériques (Montréal, Canada), La Briqueterie - CDCN du Val-de-Marne (Vitry-sur-Seine, France), Theater Rotterdam (Netherlands) # Partners and creation support: Par B.L.eux (Montréal, Canada), L’Écart - Art Actuel (Rouyn-Noranda, Canada), Danse à la carte (Montréal, Canada)
    The creation of this work is made possible thanks to the financial support of Canada Council for the Arts and Conseil des Arts de Montréal.

    Clara Furey
    is a choreographer and performer based in Montreal, and operating within Par B.L.eux. Her work, at the intersection between choreographic movement and performance art, seeks to trace the links between mediums, beings, and senses. In 2017, she choreographed her first group work, Cosmic Love. She also gave 90 performances of her solo piece When Even The as part of the MAC exhibition honouring Leonard Cohen, A Crack in Everything. Her latest creation, Rather a Ditch, is a solo piece performed by Céline Bonnier. It premiered at the FTA 2019. She is currently working on a new piece.
    • Ouverture publique

      thursday 25 march 2021

      Dog Rising , Clara Furey