Petit prince du Hip-Hop faisant le « show » pour Adidas. Embauché à 16 ans, parti à 20. Un beau contrat publicitaire payé 3000 euros par mois. Qu’en dire de plus ?
A little prince of Hip-Hop, dancing for Adidas. He was 16 when he got the job, 20 when he left. A nice 3000€/month advertisement contract.
Amor fati, danse ta vie. Merci M.Llari.
* Installée à Marseille depuis 2009, elle forme et collabore avec l’Ecole nationale supérieure de danse.
“This is not all about efforts or merit” David notes with regret. He is a self-taught man. David thinks the most important is passing down. Searching, finding and then giving the keys for others to try out and find their own path to celebrate the joie-de-vivre and forget all about fear. And this is how he founded “Sun of shades” in 2003, whose implicit theme is slavery. Dancing, being as light as if about to fly away. Because there’s nothing that the man prefers to liberty but slavery. An expert in Slav souls said it (Dostoïevski).
Slav, for white people turned into slaves. Slave, for black people from Africa who came to America.
Slav, for the name of David’s choreographic trilogy (30 performances in Europe in 2017 and the 1 st place in the International Hanover concours). “It was tricky to look at this subject in black and white as I am visually handicapped, I am colour-blind” David said, amusedly. “No sex”, his new research work set up in Avignon explores the “couple”, this moment when we were independent and we choose to gave up our freedom because we were taught to depend on the others.
* Set up in Marseille since 2009, it has trained and collaborated with the National School of Dance
Crédit photo : Mary-Laetitia GERVAL
Traduction : Marie Rachel APARIS
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