This publication presents research conducted by choreographer Mor Demer over two years, in the frame of the exerce MA in choreography and performance (National Choreographic Center of Montpellier / Occitanie). Against the backdrop of her artistic process, Mor Demer unfolds a reflection on the production and configuration of choreographic materials, as well as on the body and the practices and fictions of which it is composed.
Contributions by Anne Kerzerho, Christian Rizzo, Rostan Chentouf, Alix de Morant, Laurent Pichaud, Myrto Katsiki, Jocelyn Cottencin.
Mor Demer is an Israeli-born, Berlin-based choreographer and dancer. She is engaged in a holistic ecosystem of movement and performance practices with solo and collaborative works (she works with Tino Seghal, Meg Stuart / Damaged Good and Peter Player as a dancer and performer). His artistic approach cultivates and engenders states of high exposure, friction, poetics and precision. Mor crosses other forms of artistic expression alongside his dance practice such as writing, drumming, drawing, walking, running and stillness. Her global artistic research is at the crossroads of the profane and the sacred. She explores existential questions, probing endless possibilities in states of being.