Preliminary hearing #1 10.01.2017 - 11.01.2017 20:30

Christophe Meierhans

Trial of Money

Kaaistudio's,
Brussels, Belgium

Trial of Money is an artistic project that opens investigation to the responsability of money, as it appears and is used in our contemporary society.

14.01.2017 - 15.01.2017

Simon Mayer / Kopf hoch

Sons of Sissy

Vaba Lava,
Tallinn, Estonia

The focus of Sons of Sissy is the universe of traditions, folk dances and folk music from which the Upper Austrian country lad Simon Mayer originates.

20.01.2017 - 21.01.2017

Vera Tussing

Mazing

Kaaistudio's,
Brussels, Belgium

What does it mean to be together? In Mazing, five dancers are set in motion by the audience, creating visible networks of action which emerge from simple social negotiations. This gently destabilizing performance both challenges and strengthens notions of community, re- affirming the power of touch in the digital age.

20.01.2017

Simon Mayer / Kopf hoch

SunBengSitting

KAAP | De Werf,
Brugge, Belgium

SunBengSitting is a piece straddling yodeling, folk dance and contemporary dance, a trip to the past and a playful, humorous search for identity.

25.01.2017

Simon Mayer / Kopf hoch

Sons of Sissy

Španski Borci Cultural Centre,
Ljubljana, Slovenia

The focus of Sons of Sissy is the universe of traditions, folk dances and folk music from which the Upper Austrian country lad Simon Mayer originates.

26.01.2017 23:30

Christophe Meierhans

Some use for your broken clay pots

WIELS
[La Nuit des idées],
Brussels, Belgium

Works of science fiction give us an insight into a future civilization by telling the adventures of one of its individual inhabitants.
Some use for your broken clay pots, on the contrary, provides us with the code that rules the life of the society it imagines.

CANCELLED DUE TO ILLNESS 02.02.2017 20:15

Thomas Ryckewaert

Golem

De Warande,
Turnhout, Belgium

According to Jewish legend, a golem is a figure made from dust or clay by a man of learning and brought to life by means of a ritual incantation. The golem was intended as an assistant to its human creator, as a companion or protector of the latter's threatened community. But the experiment gets out of hand, and the creature turns against its creator.

TRAILER >

07.02.2017 - 08.02.2017

Christophe Meierhans

Verein zur Aufhebung des Notwendigen - a hundred wars to world peace

Théâtre d'Arles,
Arles, France

Verein zur Aufhebung des Notwendigen is a dinner and it is about democracy. Not democracy as institutional engineering for mass organisation, but democracy as something we internalize, as individuals, at the level of our day to day existence. It is about democracy as the realisation of our individual and collective desires.

09.02.2017 - 10.02.2017

Andros Zins-Browne / The Great Indoors & Karthik Pandian

Atlas Revisited

Kaaistudio's,
Brussels, Belgium

In 2012, visual artist Karthik Pandian and choreographer Andros Zins-Browne visited the Atlas Film Studios in the desert of Ouarzazate, Morocco. There, in front of film sets from previous Hollywood productions, they hired a group of studio camels and tried to persuade them to dance. The result of this endeavor can be seen in their 2014 video Atlas/Inserts - a choreography that casts the camel both as a political animal and a technology of movement.

10.02.2017 - 11.02.2017 20:30

Thomas Ryckewaert

Golem

Brakke Grond,
Amsterdam, Netherlands

According to Jewish legend, a golem is a figure made from dust or clay by a man of learning and brought to life by means of a ritual incantation. The golem was intended as an assistant to its human creator, as a companion or protector of the latter's threatened community. But the experiment gets out of hand, and the creature turns against its creator.

TRAILER >

Premiere 10.02.2017 - 11.02.2017

Bernard van Eeghem & Stefanie Claes

Omertà

Beursschouwburg,
Brussels, Belgium

Look, Stefanie Claes and Bernard Van Eeghem speak with paint. At the far ends of their arms they are singing. Because everyone who stood in between them, has been long gone. Who still knows their names? Where are the roots of unknown angers hiding? Who interrogates the magma of the boiling lava swirling? Who spares the high viscosity? Who is made of wood? Who knows the distance? Who knows the resistance? Who who? That's life. And it only lasts for a moment. Be there.


11.02.2017 18:30

Christophe Meierhans

Some use for your broken clay pots

Théâtre du Rond Point
[Nos disques sont rayés],
Paris, France

Works of science fiction give us an insight into a future civilization by telling the adventures of one of its individual inhabitants.
Some use for your broken clay pots, on the contrary, provides us with the code that rules the life of the society it imagines.

15.02.2017

Andros Zins-Browne / The Great Indoors & Karthik Pandian

Atlas Revisited

BUDA,
Kortrijk, Belgium

In 2012, visual artist Karthik Pandian and choreographer Andros Zins-Browne visited the Atlas Film Studios in the desert of Ouarzazate, Morocco. There, in front of film sets from previous Hollywood productions, they hired a group of studio camels and tried to persuade them to dance. The result of this endeavor can be seen in their 2014 video Atlas/Inserts - a choreography that casts the camel both as a political animal and a technology of movement.

15.02.2017 20:30

Thomas Ryckewaert

Golem

Kaaitheater,
Brussels, Belgium

According to Jewish legend, a golem is a figure made from dust or clay by a man of learning and brought to life by means of a ritual incantation. The golem was intended as an assistant to its human creator, as a companion or protector of the latter's threatened community. But the experiment gets out of hand, and the creature turns against its creator.

TRAILER >

17.02.2017

Bernard van Eeghem & Stefanie Claes

Omertà

Kunstencentrum Nona,
Mechelen, Belgium

Look, Stefanie Claes and Bernard Van Eeghem speak with paint. At the far ends of their arms they are singing. Because everyone who stood in between them, has been long gone. Who still knows their names? Where are the roots of unknown angers hiding? Who interrogates the magma of the boiling lava swirling? Who spares the high viscosity? Who is made of wood? Who knows the distance? Who knows the resistance? Who who? That's life. And it only lasts for a moment. Be there.


22.02.2017 - 25.02.2017

Sidney Leoni

Undertone

Weld,
Stockholm, Sweden

Undertone is a choreography that focuses on the potentials of sensory perception of the audience. Stemming from the interest to challenge spectatorship and destabilize the convention of watching performance, Undertone invites the audience in a complete dark space to participate in an orchestration of fictional spaces. Hereby, the performance prioritizes mechanisms of perception other than vision by proposing an immersive experience of different kinds of stimuli.

01.03.2017

Vera Tussing & Esse Vanderbruggen

Both, Two

KAAP | De Werf,
Brugge, Belgium

Where does a body begin? In our new creation, we take the duet form as a starting point for an investigation of the outer edges of human intelligibility. Tightly linked, two female bodies become one—or three, or none—a composite being with dynamic parts.

Verein zur Aufhebung des Notwendigen is a dinner and it is about democracy. Not democracy as institutional engineering for mass organisation, but democracy as something we internalize, as individuals, at the level of our day to day existence. It is about democracy as the realisation of our individual and collective desires.

premiere #2 08.03.2017 - 10.03.2017

Vera Tussing

The Palm of Your Hand

CND - Centre National de la Danse,
Pantin Cedex, France

This is a dance of touch. The work exists in the active, tactile, engaged negotiation between performer and audience - in their tacit agreement and understanding. Arranged in an ellipse, the audience themselves form the bounds of the theatrical space. This is a journey that, by definition, performer and audience discover and create together.

17.03.2017 - 18.03.2017

Christophe Meierhans

Some use for your broken clay pots

Zona K,
Milano , Italy

Works of science fiction give us an insight into a future civilization by telling the adventures of one of its individual inhabitants.
Some use for your broken clay pots, on the contrary, provides us with the code that rules the life of the society it imagines.

31.03.2017 - 02.04.2017

Christophe Meierhans

Verein zur Aufhebung des Notwendigen - a hundred wars to world peace

Schaubühne
[F.I.N.D.],
Berlin, Germany

Verein zur Aufhebung des Notwendigen is a dinner and it is about democracy. Not democracy as institutional engineering for mass organisation, but democracy as something we internalize, as individuals, at the level of our day to day existence. It is about democracy as the realisation of our individual and collective desires.

07.04.2017 - 08.04.2017

Vera Tussing

Mazing

The Place,
London, Great Britain (UK)

What does it mean to be together? In Mazing, five dancers are set in motion by the audience, creating visible networks of action which emerge from simple social negotiations. This gently destabilizing performance both challenges and strengthens notions of community, re- affirming the power of touch in the digital age.

20.04.2017 - 23.04.2017

Christophe Meierhans

Some use for your broken clay pots

Nouveau Théâtre de Montreuil,
Paris, Frankrijk

Works of science fiction give us an insight into a future civilization by telling the adventures of one of its individual inhabitants.
Some use for your broken clay pots, on the contrary, provides us with the code that rules the life of the society it imagines.

showing 22.04.2017

Gaëtan Rusquet

As We Were Moving Ahead Occasionally We Saw Brief Glimpses Of Beauty

Caen,
Normandie, France

Gaëtan Rusquet's new performance As We Were Moving Ahead Occasionally We Saw Brief Glimpses of Beauty, questions the limits between body and video, by the staging of oneself, like a series of selfies, by investigating the limits between the inside and the outside, between intimacy and extimacy in an alienating device that will link video, light, sound and body.

24.04.2017

Simon Mayer / Kopf hoch

Sons of Sissy

Brut
[Feedbackfestival],
Vienna, Austria

The focus of Sons of Sissy is the universe of traditions, folk dances and folk music from which the Upper Austrian country lad Simon Mayer originates.

25.04.2017 - 28.04.2017

Christophe Meierhans

Some use for your broken clay pots

Nouveau Théâtre de Montreuil,
Paris, Frankrijk

Works of science fiction give us an insight into a future civilization by telling the adventures of one of its individual inhabitants.
Some use for your broken clay pots, on the contrary, provides us with the code that rules the life of the society it imagines.

29.04.2017 11:00 & 14:00

Andros Zins-Browne / The Great Indoors

Already Unmade

Bozar,
Brussel, Belgium

This durational performance is conceived as a public rehearsal, where choreographer Zins-Browne practices the remixing, overlapping, extending and warping of his own repertoire, attempting to 'unmake' a personal history of choreography.

05.05.2017

Simon Mayer / Kopf hoch

Sons of Sissy

The Place,
London, Great Britain (UK)

The focus of Sons of Sissy is the universe of traditions, folk dances and folk music from which the Upper Austrian country lad Simon Mayer originates.

06.05.2017 - 07.05.2017

Andros Zins-Browne / The Great Indoors

Already Unmade

Whitney Museum of American Art,
New York , United States

This durational performance is conceived as a public rehearsal, where choreographer Zins-Browne practices the remixing, overlapping, extending and warping of his own repertoire, attempting to 'unmake' a personal history of choreography.

07.05.2017

Dolores Bouckaert

Wing

KAAP | De Werf
[Brutalavista],
Brugge, Belgium

A site specific performance of a slowly mutating image high in the sky. A striking intervention in public space.

premiere 17.05.2017 - 20.05.2017

Simon Mayer / Kopf hoch

Oh Magic

La Raffinerie
[Kunstenfestivaldesarts],

Oh Magic wanders through the wonders of theatrical magic. It is that mysterious unnamable thing we sometimes have the chance to encounter in a piece. But, where does it come from and where does it take us? What fascinates us as a performer or as a spectator? Somewhere between freak and fascination, Simon Mayer and his performers seek for the answers both in technological manipulation and organic oracles.

Verein zur Aufhebung des Notwendigen is a dinner and it is about democracy. Not democracy as institutional engineering for mass organisation, but democracy as something we internalize, as individuals, at the level of our day to day existence. It is about democracy as the realisation of our individual and collective desires.

20.05.2017

Christophe Meierhans

Some use for your broken clay pots

Théâtre Garonne,
Garonne, France

Works of science fiction give us an insight into a future civilization by telling the adventures of one of its individual inhabitants.
Some use for your broken clay pots, on the contrary, provides us with the code that rules the life of the society it imagines.

23.05.2017 - 24.05.2017

Christophe Meierhans

Verein zur Aufhebung des Notwendigen - a hundred wars to world peace

Comédie de Béthune,
Béthune, France

Verein zur Aufhebung des Notwendigen is a dinner and it is about democracy. Not democracy as institutional engineering for mass organisation, but democracy as something we internalize, as individuals, at the level of our day to day existence. It is about democracy as the realisation of our individual and collective desires.

26.05.2017

Simon Mayer / Kopf hoch

SunBengSitting

Devir Capa
[Faro Festival Encontros de DeVIR],
Faro, Portugal

SunBengSitting is a piece straddling yodeling, folk dance and contemporary dance, a trip to the past and a playful, humorous search for identity.

03.06.2017

Bernard van Eeghem & Stefanie Claes

Omertà

KAAP | De Werf,
Brugge, Belgium

Look, Stefanie Claes and Bernard Van Eeghem speak with paint. At the far ends of their arms they are singing. Because everyone who stood in between them, has been long gone. Who still knows their names? Where are the roots of unknown angers hiding? Who interrogates the magma of the boiling lava swirling? Who spares the high viscosity? Who is made of wood? Who knows the distance? Who knows the resistance? Who who? That's life. And it only lasts for a moment. Be there.


27.06.2017 - 28.06.2017

Simon Mayer / Kopf hoch

SunBengSitting

CND - Centre National de la Danse
[Camping 2017],
Pantin Cedex, France

SunBengSitting is a piece straddling yodeling, folk dance and contemporary dance, a trip to the past and a playful, humorous search for identity.

29.06.2017

Andros Zins-Browne / The Great Indoors & Karthik Pandian

Atlas Revisited

Inteatro Festival,
Polverigi, Italy

In 2012, visual artist Karthik Pandian and choreographer Andros Zins-Browne visited the Atlas Film Studios in the desert of Ouarzazate, Morocco. There, in front of film sets from previous Hollywood productions, they hired a group of studio camels and tried to persuade them to dance. The result of this endeavor can be seen in their 2014 video Atlas/Inserts - a choreography that casts the camel both as a political animal and a technology of movement.

01.07.2017

Simon Mayer / Kopf hoch

Sons of Sissy

SommerSzene,
Salzburg, Austria

The focus of Sons of Sissy is the universe of traditions, folk dances and folk music from which the Upper Austrian country lad Simon Mayer originates.

02.07.2017

Simon Mayer / Kopf hoch

Sons of Sissy

Festival der Regionen,
Ottensheim, Austria

The focus of Sons of Sissy is the universe of traditions, folk dances and folk music from which the Upper Austrian country lad Simon Mayer originates.

04.07.2017

Simon Mayer / Kopf hoch

Sons of Sissy

Festival des 7 Collines,
Saint-Etienne, France

The focus of Sons of Sissy is the universe of traditions, folk dances and folk music from which the Upper Austrian country lad Simon Mayer originates.

06.07.2017 19:30

Christophe Meierhans

Some use for your broken clay pots

Festival de la Cité,
Lausanne, Switzerland

Works of science fiction give us an insight into a future civilization by telling the adventures of one of its individual inhabitants.
Some use for your broken clay pots, on the contrary, provides us with the code that rules the life of the society it imagines.

14.07.2017

Simon Mayer / Kopf hoch

SunBengSitting

Volxfest,
Andorf, Austria

SunBengSitting is a piece straddling yodeling, folk dance and contemporary dance, a trip to the past and a playful, humorous search for identity.

15.07.2017

Simon Mayer / Kopf hoch

Sons of Sissy

Volxfest,
Andorf, Austria

The focus of Sons of Sissy is the universe of traditions, folk dances and folk music from which the Upper Austrian country lad Simon Mayer originates.

showing 24.07.2017

Gaëtan Rusquet

As We Were Moving Ahead Occasionally We Saw Brief Glimpses Of Beauty

ImpulsTanz
[8:tension],
Vienna, Austria

Gaëtan Rusquet's new performance As We Were Moving Ahead Occasionally We Saw Brief Glimpses of Beauty, questions the limits between body and video, by the staging of oneself, like a series of selfies, by investigating the limits between the inside and the outside, between intimacy and extimacy in an alienating device that will link video, light, sound and body.

24.07.2017

Simon Mayer / Kopf hoch

Sons of Sissy

ImpulsTanz,
Vienna, Austria

The focus of Sons of Sissy is the universe of traditions, folk dances and folk music from which the Upper Austrian country lad Simon Mayer originates.

26.07.2017

Gaëtan Rusquet

As We Were Moving Ahead Occasionally We Saw Brief Glimpses Of Beauty

ImpulsTanz
[8:tension],
Vienna, Austria

Gaëtan Rusquet's new performance As We Were Moving Ahead Occasionally We Saw Brief Glimpses of Beauty, questions the limits between body and video, by the staging of oneself, like a series of selfies, by investigating the limits between the inside and the outside, between intimacy and extimacy in an alienating device that will link video, light, sound and body.

30.07.2017

Simon Mayer / Kopf hoch

SunBengSitting

ImpulsTanz,
Vienna, Austria

SunBengSitting is a piece straddling yodeling, folk dance and contemporary dance, a trip to the past and a playful, humorous search for identity.

public interview 30.07.2017 17:00

Dolores Bouckaert

Galop

De Grote Post
[Theater aan Zee],
Oostende, Belgium

Galop is een fysieke, beeldende en muzikale voorstelling van de geschiedenis van een lichaam. Noem het een biografie, een vertelling van de bizarre levensloop van een lichaam dat als personage wordt opgevoerd. Dat lichaam staat na veertig jaar op een kantelpunt.

30.07.2017

Vera Tussing

The Palm of Your Hand

ImpulsTanz,
Vienna, Austria

This is a dance of touch. The work exists in the active, tactile, engaged negotiation between performer and audience - in their tacit agreement and understanding. Arranged in an ellipse, the audience themselves form the bounds of the theatrical space. This is a journey that, by definition, performer and audience discover and create together.

05.08.2017

Simon Mayer / Kopf hoch

SunBengSitting

Griessner Stadl,
Stadl an der Mur, Austria

SunBengSitting is a piece straddling yodeling, folk dance and contemporary dance, a trip to the past and a playful, humorous search for identity.

09.08.2017 - 10.08.2017

Simon Mayer / Kopf hoch

Oh Magic

FAR°,
Nyon, Switzerland

Oh Magic wanders through the wonders of theatrical magic. It is that mysterious unnamable thing we sometimes have the chance to encounter in a piece. But, where does it come from and where does it take us? What fascinates us as a performer or as a spectator? Somewhere between freak and fascination, Simon Mayer and his performers seek for the answers both in technological manipulation and organic oracles.

preliminary hearing #2 17.08.2017 - 19.08.2017

Christophe Meierhans

Trial of Money

FAR°,
Nyon, Switzerland

Trial of Money is an artistic project that opens investigation to the responsability of money, as it appears and is used in our contemporary society.

27.08.2017 21:00

Simon Mayer / Kopf hoch

Sons of Sissy

Teatro Remondini
[CAP],
Bassano del Grappa, Italy

The focus of Sons of Sissy is the universe of traditions, folk dances and folk music from which the Upper Austrian country lad Simon Mayer originates.

31.08.2017

Simon Mayer / Kopf hoch

Sons of Sissy

Ha'Bayit Theater
[DIVERFESTIVAL],
Tel Aviv, Israel

The focus of Sons of Sissy is the universe of traditions, folk dances and folk music from which the Upper Austrian country lad Simon Mayer originates.

08.09.2017

Vera Tussing

Mazing

het TheaterFestival
[@ Brussel],

What does it mean to be together? In Mazing, five dancers are set in motion by the audience, creating visible networks of action which emerge from simple social negotiations. This gently destabilizing performance both challenges and strengthens notions of community, re- affirming the power of touch in the digital age.

22.09.2017

Vera Tussing

Mazing

C-mine Genk,
Genk, Belgium

What does it mean to be together? In Mazing, five dancers are set in motion by the audience, creating visible networks of action which emerge from simple social negotiations. This gently destabilizing performance both challenges and strengthens notions of community, re- affirming the power of touch in the digital age.

23.09.2017 - 24.09.2017

Simon Mayer / Kopf hoch

Oh Magic

steirischer herbst festival,
Graz, Austria

Oh Magic wanders through the wonders of theatrical magic. It is that mysterious unnamable thing we sometimes have the chance to encounter in a piece. But, where does it come from and where does it take us? What fascinates us as a performer or as a spectator? Somewhere between freak and fascination, Simon Mayer and his performers seek for the answers both in technological manipulation and organic oracles.

26.09.2017

Gaëtan Rusquet

Meanwhile,

Centro per l'arte contemporanea Luigi Pecci,
Prato, Belgium

Meanwhile, is a work about bodies, architectures, and disasters. The performers are evolving in a set that could be an architectural model or installation. Constantly, they have to deal with a destruction's threat on what they build. By playing with scales, the body within the space ranges from power to helplessness.

28.09.2017

Vera Tussing

Mazing

Schouwburg Kortrijk,
Kortrijk, Belgium

What does it mean to be together? In Mazing, five dancers are set in motion by the audience, creating visible networks of action which emerge from simple social negotiations. This gently destabilizing performance both challenges and strengthens notions of community, re- affirming the power of touch in the digital age.

03.10.2017

Simon Mayer / Kopf hoch

SunBengSitting

Festival Actoral,
Marseille, France

SunBengSitting is a piece straddling yodeling, folk dance and contemporary dance, a trip to the past and a playful, humorous search for identity.

première #4 04.10.2017

Sara Manente

Spectacles #1 - #4

Beursschouwburg,
Brussels, Belgium

Spectacles is a research by Sara Manente starting from the distance between language and experience, specifically the experience of dance and performance. In spring 2016 she will work on her research during several residencies.

04.10.2017 - 07.10.2017

Andros Zins-Browne / The Great Indoors

Already Unmade

Rockbund Art Museum,
Shanghai, China

This durational performance is conceived as a public rehearsal, where choreographer Zins-Browne practices the remixing, overlapping, extending and warping of his own repertoire, attempting to 'unmake' a personal history of choreography.

04.10.2017 - 05.10.2017

Myriam Van Imschoot

What Nature Says

HAU Hebbel am Ufer,
Berlin, Germany

What does nature say? To find out, Myriam Van Imschoot visited a zoo, used a tuning fork to listen to a motorway, discovered on walks in the woods birds that sound like chainsaws or can imitate the ringtones of mobile phones, saw crocodiles in Australia but couldn't hear them...

15.10.2017

Gaëtan Rusquet

Meanwhile,

Le Magasin,
Grenoble, France

Meanwhile, is a work about bodies, architectures, and disasters. The performers are evolving in a set that could be an architectural model or installation. Constantly, they have to deal with a destruction's threat on what they build. By playing with scales, the body within the space ranges from power to helplessness.

19.10.2017 - 21.10.2017

Simon Mayer / Kopf hoch

Oh Magic

Brut,
Vienna, Austria

Oh Magic wanders through the wonders of theatrical magic. It is that mysterious unnamable thing we sometimes have the chance to encounter in a piece. But, where does it come from and where does it take us? What fascinates us as a performer or as a spectator? Somewhere between freak and fascination, Simon Mayer and his performers seek for the answers both in technological manipulation and organic oracles.

21.10.2017

Vera Tussing

The Palm of Your Hand

The Place,
London, Great Britain (UK)

This is a dance of touch. The work exists in the active, tactile, engaged negotiation between performer and audience - in their tacit agreement and understanding. Arranged in an ellipse, the audience themselves form the bounds of the theatrical space. This is a journey that, by definition, performer and audience discover and create together.

24.10.2017 - 25.10.2017

Simon Mayer / Kopf hoch

Oh Magic

Brut,
Vienna, Austria

Oh Magic wanders through the wonders of theatrical magic. It is that mysterious unnamable thing we sometimes have the chance to encounter in a piece. But, where does it come from and where does it take us? What fascinates us as a performer or as a spectator? Somewhere between freak and fascination, Simon Mayer and his performers seek for the answers both in technological manipulation and organic oracles.

31.10.2017 - 01.11.2017

Simon Mayer / Kopf hoch

Sons of Sissy

Gender Bender,
Bologna, Italy

The focus of Sons of Sissy is the universe of traditions, folk dances and folk music from which the Upper Austrian country lad Simon Mayer originates.

03.11.2017 - 04.11.2017

Simon Mayer / Kopf hoch

Oh Magic

Dampfzentrale,
Bern, Switzerland

Oh Magic wanders through the wonders of theatrical magic. It is that mysterious unnamable thing we sometimes have the chance to encounter in a piece. But, where does it come from and where does it take us? What fascinates us as a performer or as a spectator? Somewhere between freak and fascination, Simon Mayer and his performers seek for the answers both in technological manipulation and organic oracles.

04.11.2017

Vera Tussing

Mazing

KAAP | De Werf,
Brugge, Belgium

What does it mean to be together? In Mazing, five dancers are set in motion by the audience, creating visible networks of action which emerge from simple social negotiations. This gently destabilizing performance both challenges and strengthens notions of community, re- affirming the power of touch in the digital age.

17.11.2017 - 19.11.2017

Vera Tussing

The Palm of Your Hand

Kaaitheater,
Brussels, Belgium

This is a dance of touch. The work exists in the active, tactile, engaged negotiation between performer and audience - in their tacit agreement and understanding. Arranged in an ellipse, the audience themselves form the bounds of the theatrical space. This is a journey that, by definition, performer and audience discover and create together.

02.02.2018 - 03.02.2018

Christophe Meierhans

Some use for your broken clay pots

L'Espace culturel l'Odyssée,
Eybens, France

Works of science fiction give us an insight into a future civilization by telling the adventures of one of its individual inhabitants.
Some use for your broken clay pots, on the contrary, provides us with the code that rules the life of the society it imagines.

16.02.2018

Gaëtan Rusquet

Meanwhile,

Centre Pompidou - Paris,
Paris, Belgium

Meanwhile, is a work about bodies, architectures, and disasters. The performers are evolving in a set that could be an architectural model or installation. Constantly, they have to deal with a destruction's threat on what they build. By playing with scales, the body within the space ranges from power to helplessness.

durational version 17.02.2018

Gaëtan Rusquet

Meanwhile,

Centre Pompidou - Paris,
Paris, Belgium

Meanwhile, is a work about bodies, architectures, and disasters. The performers are evolving in a set that could be an architectural model or installation. Constantly, they have to deal with a destruction's threat on what they build. By playing with scales, the body within the space ranges from power to helplessness.

PREMIERE 21.02.2018 - 22.02.2018

Vera Tussing & Esse Vanderbruggen

Both, Two

Kaaistudio's,
Brussels, Belgium

Where does a body begin? In our new creation, we take the duet form as a starting point for an investigation of the outer edges of human intelligibility. Tightly linked, two female bodies become one—or three, or none—a composite being with dynamic parts.

PREMIERE 08.03.2018 - 09.03.2018

Dolores Bouckaert

Galop

KAAP | De Werf,
Brugge, Belgium

Galop is een fysieke, beeldende en muzikale voorstelling van de geschiedenis van een lichaam. Noem het een biografie, een vertelling van de bizarre levensloop van een lichaam dat als personage wordt opgevoerd. Dat lichaam staat na veertig jaar op een kantelpunt.

20.03.2018 20:30

Dolores Bouckaert

Galop

Kaaistudio's,
Brussels, Belgium

Galop is een fysieke, beeldende en muzikale voorstelling van de geschiedenis van een lichaam. Noem het een biografie, een vertelling van de bizarre levensloop van een lichaam dat als personage wordt opgevoerd. Dat lichaam staat na veertig jaar op een kantelpunt.

22.03.2018

Dolores Bouckaert

Galop

Kaaistudio's,
Brussels, Belgium

Galop is een fysieke, beeldende en muzikale voorstelling van de geschiedenis van een lichaam. Noem het een biografie, een vertelling van de bizarre levensloop van een lichaam dat als personage wordt opgevoerd. Dat lichaam staat na veertig jaar op een kantelpunt.

28.03.2018

Vera Tussing

Mazing

Cultuurcentrum De Werft,
Geel, Belgium

What does it mean to be together? In Mazing, five dancers are set in motion by the audience, creating visible networks of action which emerge from simple social negotiations. This gently destabilizing performance both challenges and strengthens notions of community, re- affirming the power of touch in the digital age.

29.03.2018 - 31.03.2018

Simon Mayer / Kopf hoch

Sons of Sissy

Centre Pompidou - Paris,
Paris, Belgium

The focus of Sons of Sissy is the universe of traditions, folk dances and folk music from which the Upper Austrian country lad Simon Mayer originates.

première 18.04.2018 - 19.04.2018

Christophe Meierhans

Trial of Money

Kaaistudio's,
Brussels, Belgium

Trial of Money is an artistic project that opens investigation to the responsability of money, as it appears and is used in our contemporary society.

21.04.2018 - 22.04.2018

Fabrice Samyn

A Breath Cycle

Kaaistudio's,
Brussels, Belgium

A Breath Cycle consist of an ever-changing corpus of performances who share 'breathing' as their main focus.

21.04.2018

Vera Tussing

Mazing

CC Berchem,
Berchem, Belgium

What does it mean to be together? In Mazing, five dancers are set in motion by the audience, creating visible networks of action which emerge from simple social negotiations. This gently destabilizing performance both challenges and strengthens notions of community, re- affirming the power of touch in the digital age.

25.04.2018

Vera Tussing

Mazing

CC Sint-Niklaas,
Sint-Niklaas, Belgium

What does it mean to be together? In Mazing, five dancers are set in motion by the audience, creating visible networks of action which emerge from simple social negotiations. This gently destabilizing performance both challenges and strengthens notions of community, re- affirming the power of touch in the digital age.

28.04.2018

Vera Tussing

Mazing

CC 't Vondel,
Halle, Belgium

What does it mean to be together? In Mazing, five dancers are set in motion by the audience, creating visible networks of action which emerge from simple social negotiations. This gently destabilizing performance both challenges and strengthens notions of community, re- affirming the power of touch in the digital age.

23.05.2018 - 24.05.2018

Vera Tussing

The Palm of Your Hand

STUK,
Leuven, Belgium

This is a dance of touch. The work exists in the active, tactile, engaged negotiation between performer and audience - in their tacit agreement and understanding. Arranged in an ellipse, the audience themselves form the bounds of the theatrical space. This is a journey that, by definition, performer and audience discover and create together.

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un workshop automatique

La chose

Christophe Meierhans & Ant Hampton

La chose ('The Thing') consists of 4 episodes that must be fully attended in order, over 4 days. Each episode brings together a group of 8 to 12 people who then execute the performance-workshop independently with the help of an automated kit that includes video projections, soundtracks, mural frescoes and pieces of paper.

Mid august 2017 @ far°.
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