Musée de la danse. <i>Levée des conflits.</i> 2010. Choreography Boris Charmatz. November 4–6, 2010 (world premiere), Festival Mettre en Scène. Théâtre National de Bretagne, Rennes. Photo: Caroline Ablain

Levée des conflits extended/Suspension of Conflicts Extended

Sunday, October 27, 2013, 12:00–5:00 p.m.

The Donald B. and Catherine C. Marron Atrium, second floor

The Performance Program is part of MoMA’s increased focus on the historical as well as the contemporary practice of performance-based art. The ongoing series brings documentation and reenactments of historic performances, thematic group exhibitions, solo presentations, and original performance works to various locations throughout the Museum.

Choreographed by Charmatz in 2010, this work is comprised of 25 movements performed continuously by 24 dancers. The gestures circulate from body to body, with at least one movement left "undanced" at any given moment. Through many singular actions, tensions are teased out between stillness and movement, living body and sculptural object, choreographic authorship and embodied collectivity. For the first time at MoMA, the work will be presented as it was originally intended: as a durational piece. Extended during Museum opening hours, the piece is conceived as a hybrid form of choreographic exhibition and installation.

Cast: Or Avishai, Matthieu Barbin, Eleanor Bauer, Magali Caillet-Gajan, Ashley Chen, Carlye Eckert, Kerem Gelembek, Gaspard Guilbert, Christophe Ives, Taoufiq Izeddiou, Dominique Jégou, Lénio Kaklea, Jurij Konjar, Élise Ladoué, Stéphanie Landauer, Catherine Legrand, Filipe Lourenço, Naiara Mendioroz, Thierry Micouin, Alex Mugler, Andreas Albert Müller, Mani A. Mungai, Banu Ogan, Elise Olhandeguy, Qudus Onikeku, Felix Ott, Annabelle Pulcini, and John Sorensen-Jolink. Sound Designer: Olivier Renouf

In conjunction with the exhibitions Musée de la danse: Three Collective Gestures and Performance Program