Ryvage means ‘shore’, and has been the moniker for the musical explorations of electronic musician and producer Samuel Reinard since 2017.
“ Isn’t it paradoxical and romantic that virus-infected tulips would drive men so crazy that they’d sell their possessions to acquire one of the coveted flowers? Analogies with current-day strike me… a globalized world, massive wealth and hubris for some, collective hysteria, and a virus that came out of nowhere to cause a major crisis…”
A rippling of constance, dance in the most visceral. Looking at the video of interpretation and substance, ‘Tulipe’ comes alive with vexing antithesis and rhythmical cosmetological instigations.
A trident assault of manic efforts, fluent in both now and the forever.
The dance video for ‘Tulipe’ was produced in collaboration with Ted Kayumba and Jill Crovisier.
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New video out! As the world started to slow down in March, a sense of urgency coupled with a latent claustrophobia seemed to take hold of us. Those feelings and the will to escape from them triggered new musical ideas in me. Tulipe is an audiovisual and choreographic exploration of the notions of confinement and the feeling of crumbling certitudes. How does it make you feel? 🥀 Video – @tedkayumba Dance & Choreography – @jillcrovisier