Currents unfolds in two parts, as an installation and a performance. The installation explores the simplest of forms, a line, turned into a light sculpture. Through repetition, it defines not only rhythm, space and light, but also the movements of dancer Mario Barrantes Espinoza. He will meet and confront the moving sculpture in an effort to reconfigure the relationship between man and machine. On 26 & 27.09, Currents will go into premiere at Vooruit during the Festival van de architectuur.


New creation Tactile Quartet(s) of VERA TUSSING & QUATUOR MP4

In Tactile Quartet(s), Vera Tussing builds on her previous choreographic explorations in the sensory engagement of an audience. Vera invites string quartet Quatuor MP4 to join four dancers on stage for a playful encounter between movement and sound. What if we take the movements of a string quartet seriously as a choreography – and dance along? The premiere of Tactile Quartet(s) will take place on 19 & 20.10 at Kaaitheater.


After an enchanting premiere, another customized Volxfest is expected to take place at the Salon der Heimatgefühle on 26.10 and one in cooperation with Brunnenpassage on 28 & 29.09 in Vienna. On 17.09, the experimental opera Gaz for which Simon created the choreography has its Austrian premiere at WUK.


During this year's Europalia Romania, Gaëtan Rusquet is one of the artists invited to present a piece inspired by the work of Brancusi within the Brancusi exhibition at BOZAR. In collaboration with Joel de France he is also producing a performance within the Opéra Monde exhibition at Centre Pompidou-Metz.

Manon Santkin performs in Mette Ingvartsen’s new creation Moving in Concert

Besides showing New Measuring Rites at STUK on 10.10, Manon will perform in Mette Ingvartsen's new creation Moving in Concert. Inspired by how bodies are sensorially affected by the digital, the performance explores a poetics of plasticity, abstraction and imagination. Premiering at Kaaitheater on 03 > 05.10.

Side Effects


Side Effects


Bernard Van Eeghem & Dolores Bouckaert receive research grant from the Flemish Government

Bernard delves deeper into Fernando Pessoa's Ode Marítima by researching how this epic poem can be translated into (moving) images. During her research, Dolores invites fellow artists to encounter her and props from previous pieces, guided by Martha Nussbaum's acclaimed work The Fragility of Goodness: Luck and Ethics in Greek Tragedy and Philosophy.

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