Amazing skills, beautifully filmed.
Wow, I really admire this guy’s balance… and his amazing agility with his board.
Nick Laffey has a wonderful obsession with trying to eliminate all throws from his club juggling patterns and replacing them all with balances and clever manipulations. I think it is great.
Liaison Carbone, is a new spectacle by the French company “Les Objets Volants”, showing next month in Reims, 22, 24 and 25 January 2013.
“Carbon Bond” (Is our translation of the title, but we’re not so hot at translating French, so please forgive us if it is incorrect.)
“After 4 years of teaching experience as a professor at the Academy Fratellini referent, Denis Paumier adventure continues with its alumni. This project brings together five young jugglers around the tradition of juggling and juggling new avenues of language.
Over the tables, performers explore the properties of objects of various shapes: balls, clubs, rings and other like so many atoms that assemble into molecules, to become animate matter.”
Wow. Art and skill! Those big shiney metal spirals look like fun to play with.
Hey guys, Here’s the new project. My homies know how to juggle!
Download full 45 minute video plus 25 minute bonus here! http://www.wespeden.com/?page_id=8
Water on Mars is a compilation sequence by jugglers Tony Pezzo, Patrik Elmnert, and Wes Peden. The video presents routines, patterns, and tricks the 3 have been developing for the past 3 years. The project was motivated by good tricks, good angles, and the possibilities for prop transitions when you have extremely competent assistants. The video contains 81 new patterns, the 5 club diamond lock, an upside down albert triplex, an 11 club pirouette, the best 5 ring routine alive, and synchronized 7 clubs.
Main feature: 45 minutes
Bonus Live show video: 25 minutes
File format .MOV
File size. 2.6 GB
A short film by Guillaume CHENIER, mixing history, fantasy and acrobatic performance, made by encounters and carried thanks to the passion of everybody Guillame met.
A project of 11 months of work, for 11 minutes of images.
Made in France BORDEAUX.
The “Ballerina” Chloe BAPPEL
The jumper Echassier: Christopher COURNAU
The outfielder Gloria VILLAVICENCIO
The Juggler: Guillaume CHENIER
Director / Screenplay: Guillaume CHENIER
Assistant Director: Vincent GILETA
Framing: Arnaud Proust and Thibaut TORRES
Script: Maya SAFADI
Editing: Arnaud PROUST
Taking his studio, Sound Editing, Mixing: Adrien Gesta-Fline
Generic calibration and Fabien TARGARYAN
generic illustration Chloe BAPPEL
Board: Vincent GILETA
Installation Technique: Vivien POUYANNE and Nicolas GAUDE
Sound and musical arrangements: ALARM-Fline Adrien horlaprod.net
Music: ROUSTABOUT – Beats Antique
A big thanks to:
Halle des Douves
In the Adrenaline Company for these strings and these crazy possibilities
A mayor of Bordeaux
A Ecole de Cirque de Bordeaux
A Chloé, Vincent and Thibaut for photos
Group Beats Antique for letting us use one of their songs.
Guillaume CHENIER: http://www.guiz-au-vent.com , firstname.lastname@example.org
Chloé BAPPEL: email@example.com
Christopher COURNAU: http://echassiersauteur.unblog.fr/
Gloria VILLAVICENCIO firstname.lastname@example.org
Arnaud PROUST: email@example.com
Adrien GESTA-FLINE: horlaprod.net
Fabien TARGARYAN: animaginium.com
Cie Adrénaline: http://www.facebook.com/pages/compagnie-adr%C3%A9naline/127943117283397
Vincent GILETA: firstname.lastname@example.org
Gustaf Rosell with ball body throws, bounce, and balance combinations. This zen master is throwing 7 up pirouettes from a cold start directly to a collect with the last ball landing in an elbow balance. His technique is not only high in a transitional sense of catching and throwing with precision but he has figured out how to make incredibly accurate bounce with balls off of his body. Sending them off different sides of the elbows, behind the neck, and performing elbow bounces synch with drops from the same side hand to backwards leg catches. He has really developed his own style of working where it looks like no one else!
My mate Brett doing some sweet double staff contact, way better than me.
He might look like a bit of a hippy in a field, but he’s also doing some post-grad neuroscience stuff. How about those apples?