Drama and reality combine in a fictitious 24 hours in the life of musician and international cultural icon Nick Cave.
05/10: Mâäk 5tet
02/11: Jazz dj
09/11: Quartier Cliché
16/11: Nuns on heroin
23/11: Albert Villa
30/11: C.B.G. (Celano Baggiani Group)
07/12: John Snauwaert
14/12: Emil de Waal vs. Spejderrobot
Aydin, a former actor, runs a small hotel in central Anatolia with his young wife Nihal with whom he has a stormy relationship and his sister Necla who is suffering from her recent divorce.
In Into the Big World, we explore a world where everything can be observed, named, li
Marion en haar minnaar Sam willen trouwen maar ze hebben daar geen geld voor. Wanneer Marion op een dag 40 000 dollar van haar baas naar de bank moet brengen waagt ze haar kans. Ze stapt halsoverkop in de wagen en rijdt naar Sam.
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As a reaction to the speed of consumer society, Béatrice Balcou’s performances introduce a quiet focus on art. Behind the scenes of the museum, one piece from M’s collection is the focal point for a carefully orchestrated ceremony of restrained movements.
The new work Public Collection by Manuel Pelmus and Alexandra Pirici wants to address the context of the public museum.
In her oeuvre, Ellie Ga combines the documentary with narrative genres such as the essay and the travelogue. Her new work is based on intensive research and diving expeditions to the ancient lighthouse of Pharos in Alexandria, one of the seven wonders of the ancient world.
In Markus Schinwald’s dark museum rooms, you leave everyday life behind and enter an alienating theatrical world.
Radio Arte Mobile is an online platform for audio art, with live broadcasts of both new creations and historical material. During Playground, RAM will be visiting Museum MAXXI in Rome, with 66 hours of live online broadcasts.
Marthe Ramm Fortun always delves into the past of a particular place to revive a piece of forgotten history. In Leuven, she looks for traces, locations and stories related to the student protests of May 68, riots that define the character of the university and town today.
In this new creation, Joëlle Tuerlinckx has embraced the challenge of translating her visual oeuvre
In Looking While Listening... Paul Hendrikse investigates the physical aspects of listening.
Based on her research and interviews with local experts, the narrative performance Eureka, a lighthouse play investigates the history of the lighthouse from its construction to its ruin. A collage of images and voices guides us through facts and imagination, fabrications and myth.
Why are we here? Who are we, where did we come from and where are we going? Alexandre Singh confronts the viewer with these pressing life questions in his grotesque creation story The Humans.
French artist Guy de Cointet (1934-1983) devised unique performances as an exten- sion of his artworks.
In 2003, Anne-Mie Van Kerckhoven made a presentation that included the film Dieper/Deeper. The film is now being released separately. It is based on Vanrunxt’s spatial interventions and movements in everyday locations.
This production grew out of Meryem Bayram’s fascination with pop-up books. Analogous to these books, she developed a series of life-sized basic shapes made of cardboard sheets that can fold open into an arsenal of incredible forms and figures.
Markus Schinwald is fascinated by how furniture is related to the body. For the production A Stage Matrix 1, he made a compact theatre set in which a strange furniture machine is continuously manipulated by dancer Oleg Soulimenko.
I’m Not Here Says The Void is a visual performance about sculpting fear. The performance combines elements of visual theatre, dance, scuplture and minimal electronic music into a journey through dark material and matter.
Bert Dockx, Fred Jacques and Steven Cassiers have joined forces again as Dans Dans: together with producer Koen Gisen they got into a studio and returned with a new album.
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M!M is an engaging duet about dance and friendship set to Beethoven's beautiful violin music.
Literature has short stories, music has songs, dance has islands. The audience witnesses the creation of a dance and choreography without an analytical view as necessary goal.
In Konkretheit, French dance company Loge 22 combines two of its main interests: choreography as a construction of movement and the impect of movement on an audience.
In colours that do not exist moves away from known norms, prejudices and contemporary social structures by creating a slightly naive yet intelligent universe.
Loom is a unique collaboration between choreographer Yuval Pick and composer Nico Muhly. Two phenomenal dancers create an intense duet set to live piano music by Muhly.