On this episode of Tiny Conversations I talk with Laurence Fournier Campeau. Laurence is one of the principal members of Ecouté Pour Voir - a contemporary dance piece where dancers perform their pieces for members of the public, one person at a time, to music on headphones worn only by the solo dancer and audience member - it is super intimate and unnerving.
I met Laurence performing in Trinity Bellwoods Park during Summerworks. There her and her partner performed alongside 4 amateur female dancers they recruited from the Centre for Mental Health and Addiction (CAMH). After I asked Laurene about connecting with people and empowering others through this kind of intimate dance. She told me about her work with the people from CAMH and Alzheimer patients and how it was truly transformative. We then sat down and had the conversation you hear in this episode.
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