- MY LIFE IN THE BUSH OF GHOSTS (working title)
MY LIFE IN THE BUSH OF GHOSTS (working title)
Néstor Garcia Diaz, Rodrigo Sobarzo, Laura Eva Meuris, Pawel Wieslaw Duduś, Aitor Biedma & Pieter SteyaertLast updated : 27/10/2017PRINT THIS PAGE
My Life in the Bush of Ghosts (working title) is a twofold project whereby dramaturgical research and practical co-creation are combined with each other. The project consists of a co-creative research project in which 2 curators and 6 artists with different disciplinary backgrounds collaborate on the theme technology and fragility for 3 weeks. From a shared fascination for the impact of multimedia communication technology tools on our individual and collective way of living, we are looking for connection points in our own practice to collectively create a full multimedia installation performance.
Both the research and the installation show take place in the Begijnhofkerk next to the Fish Market in Brussels. This busy site will play an important role for the performance in terms of content and diversity. Afterwards, the presentation will lead a personal life by further spreading, whereby the great site sensitivity stays an important part of the performance.
Our interest in this way of co-creation is also double. It enables stakeholders to explore each other's practice as a mutual source of inspiration and it invites the team to a different way of creation than the current individual way of working. We are convinced that this co-creative, transdisciplinary and site-specific way of working will lead to a new creative format that will bring an opportunity to new public awareness and an innovative way to interpret our thematic content.
Curators: Isabelle Vander Stockt and Charlotte Vandijck
Artists: Néstor Garcia Diaz, Rodrigo Sobarzo, Laura Eva Meuris, Pawel Wieslaw Duduś, Aitor Biedma and Pieter Steyaert.
Dramaturgical advice: Marnix Rummens, Kristof van Baarle
With the support of: workspacebrussels (Brussels)
Graphic Designer: Viktor Van den Braembussche
Special thanks to: Jean-Marie Pereau (Begijnhofchurch Brussels)
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15/11/2017 – 08/12/2017 with a performance on the 8, 9 and 10th of December at 8pm