« L’Autre » et « l’Ailleurs » dans la création de Josef Nadj (1987-2013). Etude des effets de circulations des hommes, des techniques, des récits et des œuvres en danse contemporaine

Abstract : Josef Nadj, from Vojvodina, arrived in Paris in the early 80s and was quickly enrolled in the French choreographic universe. From the « Hungarian artist » emigrated to France, to the « Ambassador of the French Culture » during the Year choreography for France Russia, twenty-five years of circulations have built a recognizable style, but little studied. From his first creations, his role and his foreign strangeness find ways to share expressions in his report to the origins and native land. He presents to the public fragments of private or collective stories, real or fictional, past or present. Since then, he continues his search for identity connected with other artists, confronting their techniques, their means, their influences. Fed these exchanges, the creative process has evolved, sign language has been refined, the limits of the scenic area had been shaken, causing new work's ways of perception. We then chose to freely follow the geographical journey from this artist tightening analyzing its performing arts and visual creations. This research, a nonlinear one, helps us to understand the issues of multiple creation, which continues to move - and exceed - the question of the identity of the works and their creators. On the lookout of the effects of displacement - in space and time - this thesis finally allows to re-examine the path of Josef Nadj, whose contributions to contemporary dance and art in general contribute to the development of an artistic language that is both intimate and unifying
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Julie Gothuey. « L’Autre » et « l’Ailleurs » dans la création de Josef Nadj (1987-2013). Etude des effets de circulations des hommes, des techniques, des récits et des œuvres en danse contemporaine. Musique, musicologie et arts de la scène. Université de Lorraine, 2014. Français. ⟨NNT : 2014LORR0222⟩. ⟨tel-01751270⟩

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