A film by Anne Nguyen and Greg Kozo Duration: 8 min | November 2021
Through dance, the symbolism of the body and the stereotypes associated with bodies, Anne Nguyen invites the onlooker to question the concept of cultural appropriation.
“Épicentre. A film that “queries the influence that large architectural complexes have over human and social behaviour”. And celebrates the 60th anniversary of résidence Le Parc by the architect Fernand Pouillon. In order to highlight the monumental and timeless aspects of his developments, I decided to have the dancers wear Native American headdresses. Yes, like the ones you often see in westerns. Well, actually, my frame of reference is Michael Jackson’s Black or White. (…)” – Anne Nguyen
DistributionScenario, text, direction and choreography: Anne Nguyen Directed by: Anne Nguyen et Greg Kozo Dancers: Sonia Bel Hadj Brahim aka “SonYa”, Arnaud Duprat aka “AAron EVO”, Fabrice Labrana aka “Fabbreezy”, Pascal Luce aka “Scalp”, Tony Ndoumba aka “Tonynoscript” Music: Sébastien Lété Images: Greg Kozo Drone: Cédric Nussli Editing: Mohamed Bouhiya, Anne Nguyen, Greg Kozo Graphics: Mohamed Bouhiya Color grading: Greg Kozo
The par Terre Dance Company is funded by l’Aide pluriannuelle du Ministère de la Culture / DRAC Île-de-France, la Région Île-de-France for “Permanence Artistique et Culturelle” and l’Aide au fonctionnement du Département du Val-de-Marne. The par Terre / Anne Nguyen Dance Company is an associate artist to Centre culturel l’Imprévu de Saint-Ouen-l’Aumône in 2021/2022, to L’Auditorium Seynod (74) and to Centre d’Art et de Culture de Meudon (92) for 2021/2022 and 2022/2023.