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PUBLIC TRY-OUT: "WHY WE FIGHT" BY ERIC ARNAL-BURTSCHY
24/09/2018 > 30/09/2018

Using the title of a series of propaganda films designed to explain to the American population the entry of the United States into the Second World War, Eric Arnal-Burtschy investigates the meaning of this "Why we fight" today. Engaged...... Read more

Never Walk Alone: Travel Stories in Dance
13/10/2018 > 23/03/2019

With Never Walk Alone, CC Strombeek and workspacebrussels present a series of three evenings during which young choreographers hit the stage to share their work and travel stories with you. In dialogue with young visual artists and culinary...... Read more

Never Walk Alone #5: "An Be Taa Mi" by Tiéréma Koama
13/10/2018

An Be Taa Mi is an energetic performance for five dancers from all over the world: Morocco, Burkina Faso, Italy and Belgium. Choreographer Tierema Koama himself moved from Burkina Faso to Belgium a few years ago. He takes a critical look at our...... Read more

In residency

AN BE TAA MI
08/10/2018 > 12/11/2018

An Be Taa Mi is an energetic performance for five dancers from all over the world: Morocco, Burkina Faso, Italy and Belgium. Choreographer Tierema Koama himself moved from Burkina Faso to Belgium a few years ago. He takes a critical look at our...... Read more

Baleine
01/10/2018 > 05/10/2018

Baleine is a low-tech spectacle that observes the exchanges between here and there, the multiple and the unique, attempting to place the world at the centre of the body (and not the other way around). Letting you see everything and its contrary, and...... Read more

HELLO, WHAT DO YOU DO?
09/09/2018 > 18/11/2018

During a three-month’s residency at workspacebrussels, Club de travail opens up its platform for research, discussion, readings and experiments around the topic of work. Since a healthy body is an efficient worker, some of the readings...... Read more

MARCH
15/10/2018 > 25/10/2018

I’ve lost a lot in 2016: a fiancé, my cat, a grandmother, a house by the sea full of memories, my twenties, a mentor, my favorite actress, my favorite playwright, a producer, a friend, a healer, a fantasy. Collectively we have lost:...... Read more

OPENING DANCE
24/09/2018 > 05/10/2018

During this residency Hagar Tenenbaum will focus on processes of movement assimilation using principles of repetition. She is interested in two sources of movement: movement that is ascribed as dance, meaning a gesture that comes from the...... Read more

Pharmakon
17/10/2018 > 27/10/2018

Pharmakon (working title) will be number three in a series of poetical-scientific performances, this time taking up the human body. Early imaging techniques are used to illustrate this scientific narrative. The show will take place in a...... Read more

RAINBOW
23/10/2018 > 09/11/2018

Rainbow is a performance that questions identity and its multiple facets. In a solo on stage several characters appear in dialogue with each other – like a rainbow they are formed by reflection, refraction and dispersion of sunlight on...... Read more

VOICE OF NATURE: THE TRIAL
22/10/2018 > 02/11/2018

Voice of nature: the trial is a site-specific court piece that investigates ecocide and the possibilities of creating a new proposal for the justice system as an answer to the outdated environmental law system. Together with an artistic team, Maria...... Read more

WHY WE FIGHT
05/07/2018 > 30/09/2018

Using the title of a series of propaganda films designed to explain to the American population the entry of the United States into the Second World War, Eric Arnal-Burtschy investigates the meaning of this "Why we fight" today. Engaged...... Read more