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#JPN(B)XL - focus programme by BOZAR, CC Strombeek, KMKG & workspacebrussels
07/10/2016 > 12/02/2017

#JPN(B)XL is a focus program on Japan organized by BOZAR, CC Strombeek, KMKG and workspacebrussels. Through its various components, you can discover the many ways through which Japanese and Belgian culture have inspired each other mutually during...... Read more

BIG FUTURE - workshops body sensing
11/01/2017 > 01/06/2017

BIG FUTURE is the new neighborhood project by Les Brigittines & workspacebrussels. From October until June, Christian Bakalov will organize creative sessions in very different disciplines with people from Les Marolles. In each of them, new...... Read more

CRIME & PUNISHMENT - TRY-OUTS PETER AERS
12/01/2017 > 11/02/2017

Performer and philosopher Peter Aers invites you to join him on a series of try-outs of a conversation where the spectator is participant and the stage reality itself. ‘Everything Depends On How A Thing Is Thought’ is a four-part series...... Read more

ARTISTS IN BRUSSELS / SIX DEGREES OF SEPARATION - CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS
17/02/2017

This web based project by visual artist and performer Minh Duc Nguyen is trying to visualize the artistic network in Brussels. It is an interactive and participative visualization based on the "six degrees of separation" theory also known...... Read more

In residency

BIG FUTURE
06/10/2016 > 06/06/2017

BIG FUTURE is the new neighbourhood project by Les Brigittines & workspacebrussels. From october until june, Christian Bakalov will organize creative sessions in very different disciplines with people from Les Marolles. In each of them new...... Read more

ISOLATION
28/02/2017 > 10/03/2017

Ehsan Hemat wants to develop his own dance language within the theme « Isolation » by focusing on development during his research. For his new project he works around intercultural exchange and censorship through body...... Read more

Trepkodoune
17/01/2017 > 27/01/2017

Trepkodoune is a piece, which is based on Bulgarian and Japanese poetry. These poetries have particular “rhythm” that is related to our own body’s memory, and these unforgettable “rhythm” will be transposed into...... Read more