MA ’- interval
In search of what connects us, try to make the invisible visible and palpable. Opening areas between, our media, our artistic visions and our sensibilities come into harmonious and sometimes dissonant resonance, we lead the reflection of MA (interval in Japanese). This notion of space, time, energy in motion, allows each entity to exist. In order to explore the fields of expressive poetic possibilities in an emotional panel redefined by lines, curves, gestures inviting to dream, to the imagin
Collectif des possiblesDirector
Maurey-Barison, Mamiya, MarcelinWriter
collectif des possiblesProducer
collectif des possiblesKey Cast
Project Type:Experimental, Short, Other
Runtime:7 minutes 57 seconds
Completion Date:December 22, 2017
Production Budget:1,300 EUR
Country of Origin:France
Country of Filming:France
International Dance Film Festival Brussels 2018 Danse en Film- Bordeaux, International Dance Film Festival (Prix de mise en scène)
Director(s) : The collectif.
Olivia crosses different universes like engraving, ceramics, painting and drawing and drawing projection.
An inexhaustible discovery of technique which travels on different supports.
She left for 8 years in Great Britain to do Fine Art there in 1992 and continue with a Masters in drawing at Wimbledon in 1998, she has a resort full of experience with new tools.
In 2008 a 3 month residency in Tokyo with Koji Yamamura at the Franco-Japanese Institute opened doors to the animated image.
Olivia plays, dialogues, and questions with the image the movement of time and times in relation to the environment and human relationships. The world around him is an inexhaustible source of inspiration.
The formats vary from large to small, as well as the supports; paper, canvas, sheets or wooden panels, photo, wall ...
Living today in the Cévenol mountains, she found a face to face with the trees, the silence ...
This opened up other avenues and perspectives for Olivia, to also welcome the collaborative.
Cédric Marcellin, visual artist, videographer approaches image as an emotional experience, his work reflects the desire and the attempt to create a resonance with his interlocutors, between his interlocutors and nature, between interlocutors and their own nature.
This investigative work close to naturalism feeds on themes like "forest of the senses", "cellular memory" or now "Ma". Sometimes they are installations, sometimes films, sometimes films projected on installations. Attempt, temptation, to connect the visible to what we do not understand, the material to what we feel, the conscious to the dreamlike, seize the energy of nature, rub shoulders with it, mimic it, embrace the drive of life that animates beings, to get closer to life to reveal its poetry, attempt, attempt and it begins again. ”
Chiharu Mamaya /
Born in Japan, she received classical dance training from the age of 5. After studying at Rosella Hightower in Cannes, she joined the Kubilaï Khan Investigations Company for the creation of S.O.Y. (1999) and discovers the contemporary circus and the richness of cross-disciplinary work. Since 2006, she has worked with numerous companies such as Gilles Jobin, Les Gens du Quai, Nicole Seiler, Cirque Anomalie, Fabrice Ramalingom, Caterina Sagna, François Verret ... In 2017, she participated in the creation of Dans le Ventre de la Ballerine from the company ANOMALIE & ... as a choreographer and performer.
She is also invited as a choreographer in various choreographic and circus arts projects in France and in Europe.
As part of Marseille 2013, she participated in the Tambo Art project in the rice field in the Camargue in collaboration with the CNAR Citron Jaune and continued cultural exchange between France and Japan.
In 2014 she created the ELBISSOP association to pursue her artistic research. In 2015, her first creation of choreographic performance Yamima Furoshiki was supported by the DRAC Languedoc Roussillon, La Région Languedoc Roussillon.
She is currently developing MA projects within ELBISSOP in collaboration with numerous artists.
A project led by three artists from the south oh France, Occitanie region, Cédric Marcellin (videographer), Olivia Maurey Barisson (painter) and Chiharu Mamiya (dancer).
In search of what connects us, we opened a space, an "INTERVAL", the MA in Japanese.
An interval between objects, beings, beings and objects, sounds ... where creativity opens up to meet differences and builds a filmic work between painting and choreography.