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Ho.Me is a short dance film that explores themes of belonging, comfort and discomfort in relation to the notion of inhabiting the body. The piece is comprised of three portraits of individuals who live in very different bodies linked together through a loose narrative. Shot in the intimate settings of each dancers’ home, the three performers move through solo material derived from the questions: Where do I come from? What stories do I carry? What is inside me? Through the three characters’ movement we learn about their distinct qualities and quirks. A kitchen, a living room, a couch, a clock... What stories to these places carries? How does the
body relate to them? Moving from the private, intimate, space of their homes, the dancers become an ensemble in the formal setting of an art gallery, building a connection that speaks to
togetherness. Ho.Me revels in the beauty of difference and the universality of the body; it highlights the relationship between the body and the self and the creative possibilities of the

  • Gemma Crowe
    WAREHAUS: making it happen, Following Wildflowers, F Lock, Dracula's Garden Rising, Resisters
  • Carolin Bergonzoni
  • All Bodies Dance Project
  • Naomi Brand
  • Harmanie Rose
    Key Cast
    "as self"
  • Peggy Leung
    Key Cast
    "as self"
  • Matthew Chyzyk
    Key Cast
    "as self"
  • Project Type:
    Experimental, Short
  • Genres:
    Dance Film, Experimental, Art, Dancinema, Screendance
  • Runtime:
    7 minutes 52 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    September 18, 2019
  • Production Budget:
    2,500 USD
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  • Festival of Recorded Movement (F-O-R-M)
    September 21, 2019
Director Biography - Carolin Bergonzoni

Carolina Bergonzoni is privileged to be a dance artist and PhD candidate in Arts Education, based on the unceded Coast Salish territories of the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations. Since 2011, she has been working toward building communities of movers and thinkers, with people from 0 to 99+ years old. As a choreographer, she has created works for the Vancouver Fringe Festival, Dance in Vancouver, The Dance Centre, and more. carolinabergonzoni.org

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