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Base Plume

Acrobats, InterviewsJul 31 2014 Sophie Tessier
Base Plume

Interview with Mark Pieklo, Laura Smith’s partner at the Korean cradle, Hawaiian with polish roots who dreamt to be a juggler before becoming a cradle base.   How did you begin circus? I started juggling as a leisure when I was in high school and at university studying maths. Then I realised I loved circus a thousand times more than maths. And I enter the ENC in Montreal, thinking I would become a juggler. But during the first year, you learn different disciplines and I discovered the base part. When you are a juggler, you are alone, nobody cares for you. The aerial disciplines ...

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Something human

Acrobats, InterviewsJul 31 2014 Sophie Tessier
Something human

Interview with Renata do Val, Brazilian artist trained at le Lido (Toulouse). Exiled, traveller, with her smile, her parka and her ukulele as basic luggage.   How did you begin circus? I was 16 when I started. I don’t know why. I used to climb, I loved doing things with my body. Circus, it was fun, without competition but with an artistic dimension. After high school, I had to decide what to do with my life. I went to a circus school in Sao Paolo which didn’t really match with my expectations, so I studied architecture keeping on training every morning. In circus, there is ...

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Taking flight

Acrobats, InterviewsJul 09 2014 Sophie Tessier
Taking flight

Interview with Laura Smith, first of the duo Pieklo/Smith, flyer happy to reconnect with the Korean cradle and to combine it with the trampoline.   How did you begin circus? I started circus during my last year at McGill University in Montreal. I was having lessons of swinging trapeze, lessons at the ENC and trampoline. It was a kind of recreation after my lessons of mechanical engineer. I was dreaming to become an acrobat and to perform for an audience, I was more at ease in this world than in the engineering one. I was both looking for a job in aeronautics and training for the ...

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Working on injustice

Acrobats, InterviewsJun 16 2014 Sophie Tessier
Working on injustice

Interview with Anke Bucher, generous and dynamic acrobat, who is collaborating for the third time with Feria Musica.   How did you begin circus? I’ve always needed to move! I discovered circus thanks to a friend in Germany. And then, when I looked for a school, I didn’t want something traditional and I wanted to speak French. The training at the ESAC has changed a lot of things for me. I was already focused on technique, I like the control of the body, the confrontation with pain fascinates me. I am one of those people who go beyond their limit, and circus is not an activity ...

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Breathing differently

Acrobats, InterviewsMay 31 2014 Sophie Tessier
Breathing differently

Interview with André Rosenfeld Sznelwar, Renata do Val’s partner, thirsty for experiences, shows, and transgression.   How did you begin circus? I was doing a lot of sport, but competition was a problem for me, I did not enjoy it. In 2005, I tried circus in Sao Paolo thanks to a friend of mine. I participated to all the initiation classes, the physical approach sounded really interesting to me with the ideas of danger, of balance, and the good atmosphere! Circus is an all-rounder activity which goes above the physical aspect, including a sense of transgression. And experimenting ...

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