lecture performance #2,5 06.01.2018

Sara Manente

Spectacles #1 - #4

Bibliotheek Permeke,
Antwerpen, 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.

02.02.2018 - 03.02.2018

Christophe Meierhans

Some use for your broken clay pots

L'Espace culturel l'Odyssée
[La Biennale Arts Sciences],
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

In Both, Two Tussing & Vanderbruggen examine the duet, the smallest unit of togetherness. The dance duet is a genre with a history. In their most familiar forms, duets reflect the range of possibilities for relating, which resonate within a certain cultural imaginary. In particular, they reveal common-sense attitudes towards who gets to move, how, and under what conditions.

22.02.2018 - 23.02.2018

Simon Mayer / Kopf hoch

Sons of Sissy

Théâtre du Maillon,
Strasbourg, 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.

booklaunch #2 (3/3) 22.02.2018

Sara Manente

Spectacles #1 - #4

BUDA
[End of Winter Festival],
Kortrijk, 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.

première 23.02.2018

Manon Santkin

New Measuring Rites

BUDA
[End of Winter Festival],
Kortrijk, Belgium

New Measuring Rites is the story of a weird anthropological excursion into an environment called the Current Situation, a fluid space with indeterminate borders. In this unknown world, forces are felt, colors keep on changing, obstacles appear and disappear.

screening #4 24.02.2018

Sara Manente

Spectacles #1 - #4

BUDA
[End of Winter Festival],
Kortrijk, 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.

Première 24.02.2018

Gaëtan Rusquet

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

BUDA
[End of Winter],
Kortrijk, Belgium

In As We Were Moving Ahead Occasionally We Saw Brief Glimpses of Beauty, Gaëtan Rusquet explores the choreographic potential of (live) video editing and the perspective of the selfie. In a never-ending tracking shot, the arm operates as a steadycam creating a hypnotic loop.

01.03.2018 - 02.03.2018

Vera Tussing & Esse Vanderbruggen

Both, Two

KAAP | De Werf,
Brugge, Belgium

In Both, Two Tussing & Vanderbruggen examine the duet, the smallest unit of togetherness. The dance duet is a genre with a history. In their most familiar forms, duets reflect the range of possibilities for relating, which resonate within a certain cultural imaginary. In particular, they reveal common-sense attitudes towards who gets to move, how, and under what conditions.

06.03.2018 - 07.03.2018

Simon Mayer / Kopf hoch

Sons of Sissy

Le Théâtre Sévelin 36
[Le printemps de Sévelin],
Lausanne, Switzerland

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.

PREMIERE 08.03.2018 - 09.03.2018

Dolores Bouckaert

Gallop (Biography of a Body)

KAAP | De Werf,
Brugge, Belgium

Gallop (Biography of a Body) tells the bizarre story of the life cycle of a body. It is a chronically ill body that has reached a turning point after forty years, and often seems to have a life of its own. Its service fails and resistance loses.

14.03.2018 - 15.03.2018

Simon Mayer / Kopf hoch

Oh Magic

Something Raw,
Amsterdam, Netherlands

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.

+ expo 20.03.2018

Dolores Bouckaert

Gallop (Biography of a Body)

Kaaistudio's,
Brussels, Belgium

Gallop (Biography of a Body) tells the bizarre story of the life cycle of a body. It is a chronically ill body that has reached a turning point after forty years, and often seems to have a life of its own. Its service fails and resistance loses.

+ expo 22.03.2018

Dolores Bouckaert

Gallop (Biography of a Body)

Kaaistudio's,
Brussels, Belgium

Gallop (Biography of a Body) tells the bizarre story of the life cycle of a body. It is a chronically ill body that has reached a turning point after forty years, and often seems to have a life of its own. Its service fails and resistance loses.

28.03.2018 - 30.03.2018

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.

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.

15.04.2018

Vera Tussing & Quatuor MP4

Tactile Quartet(s) - Research

KAAP | Vrijstaat O.,
Oostende, Belgium

Tactile Quartet(s) is an interactive piece that builds on Vera Tussing's previous explorations of dance, tactility, and the sensory engagement of the audience. Four musicians play the American Quartet by Dvořák, a piece written in the late 1800 and belonging to the romantic period in music history.

15.04.2018

Simon Mayer / Kopf hoch

Oh Magic

Tweetakt Festival,
Utrecht, Netherlands

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.

première 18.04.2018 - 19.04.2018

Christophe Meierhans

Trials of Money

Kaaistudio's,
Brussels, Belgium

Trials of Money turns the theatre into a court of justice. The audience is invited to take part in the Special Tribunal for Semi-Human Persons that, instead of human subjects or legal entities, puts that very complex "thing" on trial that we most commonly call "money". Can money be held responsible for the disastrous state the world is in today?

19.04.2018 - 20.04.2018

Dolores Bouckaert

Gallop (Biography of a Body)

CAMPO,
Gent, Belgium

Gallop (Biography of a Body) tells the bizarre story of the life cycle of a body. It is a chronically ill body that has reached a turning point after forty years, and often seems to have a life of its own. Its service fails and resistance loses.

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. Seven performances on breathing or wherein the breath takes a central role will be presented in A Breath Cycle. All of the performances are based on a protocol.

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.

29.04.2018

Vera Tussing & Quatuor MP4

Tactile Quartet(s) - Research

GC De Kriekelaar,
Brussel, Belgium

Tactile Quartet(s) is an interactive piece that builds on Vera Tussing's previous explorations of dance, tactility, and the sensory engagement of the audience. Four musicians play the American Quartet by Dvořák, a piece written in the late 1800 and belonging to the romantic period in music history.

20.05.2018 - 21.05.2018

Christophe Meierhans

Trials of Money

AUAWIRLEBEN ,
Bern, Switzerland

Trials of Money turns the theatre into a court of justice. The audience is invited to take part in the Special Tribunal for Semi-Human Persons that, instead of human subjects or legal entities, puts that very complex "thing" on trial that we most commonly call "money". Can money be held responsible for the disastrous state the world is in today?

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.

13.06.2018

Simon Mayer / Kopf hoch

Oh Magic

Porto Franko Festival,
Ivano-Frankivsk, Ukraine

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.

16.06.2018

Simon Mayer / Kopf hoch

Oh Magic

Stadttheater Ingolstadt,
Ingolstadt, Germany

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.

01.07.2018

Christophe Meierhans

Trials of Money

Belluard Bollwerk International,
Fribourg, Switzerland

Trials of Money turns the theatre into a court of justice. The audience is invited to take part in the Special Tribunal for Semi-Human Persons that, instead of human subjects or legal entities, puts that very complex "thing" on trial that we most commonly call "money". Can money be held responsible for the disastrous state the world is in today?

16.07.2018

Simon Mayer / Kopf hoch

Sons of Sissy

Asphalt Festival,
Düsseldorf, Germany

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.

07.08.2018

Simon Mayer / Kopf hoch

Oh Magic

ImpulsTanz,
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.

24.08.2018

Gaëtan Rusquet

Meanwhile,

Musée des Beaux-Arts de Caen,
Caen, 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.

27.08.2018

Simon Mayer / Kopf hoch

Sons of Sissy

Les Brigittines,
Brussels, 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.

13.09.2018 - 14.09.2018

Christophe Meierhans

Trials of Money

BIT Teatergarasjen,
Bergen, Norway

Trials of Money turns the theatre into a court of justice. The audience is invited to take part in the Special Tribunal for Semi-Human Persons that, instead of human subjects or legal entities, puts that very complex "thing" on trial that we most commonly call "money". Can money be held responsible for the disastrous state the world is in today?

14.09.2018 - 15.09.2018

Simon Mayer / Kopf hoch

Oh Magic

Avant Garden,
Trondheim, Norway

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.

01.10.2018

Simon Mayer / Kopf hoch

Sons of Sissy

Prague Crossroads,
Prague, Czech Republic

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.

DURATIONAL VERSION 12.10.2018 - 13.10.2018

Gaëtan Rusquet

Meanwhile,

Festival Actoral,
Marseille, 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.

12.10.2018 - 13.10.2018

Christophe Meierhans

Trials of Money

Maria Matos Teatro Municipal,
Lisbon, Portugal

Trials of Money turns the theatre into a court of justice. The audience is invited to take part in the Special Tribunal for Semi-Human Persons that, instead of human subjects or legal entities, puts that very complex "thing" on trial that we most commonly call "money". Can money be held responsible for the disastrous state the world is in today?

18.11.2018

Vera Tussing & Quatuor MP4

Tactile Quartet(s) - Research

KAAP | De Groenplaats,
Brugge, Belgium

Tactile Quartet(s) is an interactive piece that builds on Vera Tussing's previous explorations of dance, tactility, and the sensory engagement of the audience. Four musicians play the American Quartet by Dvořák, a piece written in the late 1800 and belonging to the romantic period in music history.

01.12.2018

Vera Tussing

The Palm of Your Hand

CC 't Vondel,
Halle, 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.

06.04.2019

Dolores Bouckaert

Gallop (Biography of a Body)

CC De Spil,
Roeselare, Belgium

Gallop (Biography of a Body) tells the bizarre story of the life cycle of a body. It is a chronically ill body that has reached a turning point after forty years, and often seems to have a life of its own. Its service fails and resistance loses.

15.04.2019 - 18.04.2019

Simon Mayer / Kopf hoch

SunBengSitting

Théâtre de la Bastille,
Paris, France

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

06.05.2019 - 07.05.2019

Simon Mayer / Kopf hoch

Sons of Sissy

CCN Caen,
Normandie, 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.

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