April 7, 2017 - Palais de Tokyo - DO DISTURB Festival
April 7, 2017

Palais de Tokyo

Courtesy Palais de Tokyo.

DO DISTURB Festival
April 21–23, 2017

Palais de Tokyo
13, avenue du Président Wilson
75116 Paris
France

www.palaisdetokyo.com
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The third  edition of Palais de Tokyo's annual festival features more than 40 propositions where dance, performance, theatre and music will intermingle. It will present new creations, showcase performances in Europe for the first time, as well as revisit others especially for the event.

This year, DO DISTURB is pursuing its policy of inviting cultural partners from France and abroad. After having collaborated, for its first edition, with institutions such as MoMA PS1 or Tate Modern and, for its second edition, with French and international art schools, this year DO DISTURB is presenting a collaboration with festivals: TBA – Time Based Art Festival; Festival DDD – Dias Da Dança; Santarcangelo Festival; Actoral; Camping – CND Centre national de la danse; Nuits sonores.

Along with this invitation, Palais de Tokyo is programming the following French and international artists:

Alex Baczynski-Jenkins / Rochdi Belgasmi / Jacopo Belloni / Julie Béna / Rotten Bliss / Eglè Budvytytè / Benedetto Bufalino / Boris Dambly / Laurent Goldring / Piero Golia / Célia Gondol / Séverin Guelpa / Jacopo Miliani / Musarc (with Sam Belinfante, Ben Hadley, Neil Luck, Joseph Kohlmaier, TONGUE and Sarah Kate Wilson. Music director: Cathy Heller Jones) / Simon Pfeffel / Nicolas Puyjalon / aalliicceelleessccaannnnee&soonniiaaddeerrzzyyppoollsskkii / Lara Schnitger / Pablo Tomek / Naama Tsabar / Studio Dennis Vanderbroeck / John Wood and Paul Harrison / Tori Wrånes / And the participative project BYOP (Bring Your Own Performance)

The guest festivals:
TBA – Time Based Art Festival (USA), with a project by Dorothée Munyaneza & Holland Andrews
Founded in 2003, this annual Festival is presented by Portland Institute for Contemporary Art (PICA), and is a forum for global artistic practice—featuring experimental performance and visual art, workshops, panels and informal, late-night conversations. The programme catalyzes dialogue about contemporary culture.

Festival DDD – Dias Da Dança (Portugal), with a project by Jonathan Uliel Saldanha
This dance festival takes place in three Portuguese towns—Porto, Matosinhos, Gaia—and stands as a crucible for the staging and diffusion of new creations in Europe.

Santarcangelo Festival (Italy), with projects by Silvia Gribaudi and Francesca Grilli
Founded in 1971, this festival is the pioneering Italian event devoted to international performance and artistic creation. Taking place yearly in Santarcangelo, a small town in Emilia-Romagna, it is deployed in public spaces, including the surrounding fields, thus blowing apart any notion of a stage and creating a temporary community of artists, spectators and professionals.

Actoral (France), with projects by Miet Warlop, Thomas Mailandaer and Alexander Vantournhout
Founded in 2001 by Hubert Colas, Actoral—an international festival of contemporary art and writing—presents each autumn in Marseille the diversity of modern writing, through the work of around 50 artists.

Camping – CND Centre national de la danse (France), with a project by Lorenzo De Angelis
Camping is an international platform of workshops, a festival lasting two weeks, which offers in Pantin, Paris and Lyon a programme of workshops, talks, performances, schools Marathon, parties, screenings, camping kids.

Finally, for the musical programme on the night of Saturday April 22, Palais de Tokyo is giving carte blanche to Nuits sonores x Mutante, with Calling Marian, Portable (live), Veronica Vasicka, Powell.

Chief curator: Vittoria Matarrese, Head of Cultural Programming and Special Projects at Palais de Tokyo

Full programme and tickets at www.palaisdetokyo.com

DO DISTURB:
Friday, April 21: 6pm–12am
Saturday, April 22: 12pm–12am + at the YOYO club from 11pm to 6am
Sunday, April 23: 12–6pm

During the festival, the entrance ticket to DO DISTURB also provides entrance to the current exhibitions at Palais de Tokyo:
Taro Izumi
Abraham Poincheval
Mel O’Callaghan
Dorian Gaudin
Emmanuel Saulnier
Anne Le Troter
Emmanuelle Lainé
Group show: All Watched Over By Machines of Loving Grace
 

Upcoming at Palais de Tokyo:

June 14–September 10, 2017

DIORAMAS
The Dream of Forms
Hayoun Kwon
Gareth Nyandoro
Taloi Havini

October 18, 2017–January 7, 2018

Carte blanche to Camille Henrot

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