Below are the films in Cinema ZED-STUK, since 11 Januari 2017 one of three rooms of Cinema ZED.
The other two rooms can be found in Cinema ZED-Vesalius, on the new Vesalius site.
In their exhibition in STUK percussionist Rubén Orio and photographer/painter Lore Stessel investigate their common fascination for wood. As a material, wood is omnipresent in our daily life.
Traces is not only a theatre of animated matter, but of cultural references in motion – dynamic and quirky, but more often idling, aimless and melancholic. If the town plays itself, it is moody.
The moon is the moon is the moon is a dance trio that deepens your experience of dance. Rather than being immediately bombarded with virtuosity you are instead first introduced to the different building blocks of the trio.
18.3 Leuven Jazz: Emie R Roussel trio
25.3 Leuven Jazz: STUK invites LUCA Jazz
Singer-songwriter Scott Matthew was born in Queensland, Australia, but currently resides in New York.
June 1968. At the festival d’Avignon, the famous New York actor’s group The Living Theatre attend the premiere of Paradise Now. The actors want to draw the audience into a state of readiness – ready for action in the world outside the theatre.
Colonial Archive Fever explores different modes of storing and transmitting knowledge in the (post-) colonial context.
The brand new DANCE ON ENSEMBLE invites internationally renowned choreographers to get to grips with the experience, charisma and dramatic power of top dancers from the past.
David Poltrock (Hooverphonic, De Mens, Triggerfinger, Razen) goes solo in 2018.
In the symposium Moving Movement: Dance and Transmission we want to explore how dance today survives and even anticipates its after-life in rapidly developing transmedial and digital environments.
Maybe it’s a cabaret of questions with no answers
Maybe it’s all about ‘you’
Maybe you should come alone
Maybe you’ll find your true love at the end
In 2015 Vera Tussing premiered at STUK with The palm of your hand. It became a signature work whereby, in a disarming manner and with ‘touch’ as a guide, she had audiences up on their feet dancing.