House artists

Workspacebrussels has a long-term engagement with several house artists. For the duration of 2 to 3 years, workspacebrussels is their administrative homebase, sparring partner and go-to residency space. The aim of these trajectories is to deepen and/or professionalise the artist's practice.

Our current house artists are:

© Stine Sampers / workspacebrussels
© Stine Sampers / workspacebrussels

Mooni Van Tichel
2023 - 2025

Mooni is a dancer, performer and choreographer based in Brussels. She discovered dance through hiphop and breaking, which has shaped a lot of her interests and ways of thinking related to movement. She later came across contemporary dance, which led her to P.A.R.T.S. In 2024, Mooni will be developing the new group choreography Zeros & Ones, on the topics of superheroes, sciencefiction and technology.

© Stine Sampers / workspacebrussels
© Stine Sampers / workspacebrussels

Carly Rae Heathcote
2023 - 2025

Carly Rae Heathcote is a theatre maker, writer and designer. In 2021 she obtained a Master in Drama at KASK with her graduation piece The Incantation Ploy. Her interest lies in creating estranged worlds that explore a perverse negotiation of doubt and belief, of fascination and horror. In 2024 she will be developing the group piece Burn Glass Gate.

Previous house artists:

© Simon Baetens
© Simon Baetens

caterina daniela mora jara
2021 - 2023

Caterina is a dance researcher, performing artist, teacher and writer. Trained in academic dance and folkloric dance, her work aims to problematise the modes of production and colonial legacy in representation ofWestern dance. Her pedagogical approach uses intimacy as procedure and explores translation as transgression. Caterina is currently a PhD candidate at SKH, Uniarts (Stockholm).

Dancing at the crossroads as we walk

Dancing at the Crossroads (As We Walk)
2021 - 2023

A collective with Sujata Goel, Cecilia Lisa Eliceche, Carlos Maria Romero aka Atabey Mamasita, Fabian Barba, Moya Michael & Jolie Reymond Ngemi

Dancing at the Crossroads (As We Walk) is a space for coming together to write, work and converse. The six artists are a group of non-European, migrant dance professionals who have transited or are based in Flanders. Their work seeks to unveil and confront coloniality and racism in the international dance networks established in western Europe. They also constitute a mutual aid sociality of remembrance in the frame of which they cultivate love and beauty.

© Trui Hanoulle
© Trui Hanoulle

Kim Snauwaert & Anyuta Wiazemsky Snauwaert
2020 - 2022

Kim Snauwaert and Anyuta Wiazemsky met during their studies at KASK / School of Arts in Ghent. In 2018, they married in order to obtain legal papers for Anyuta, but also to create a 'sustainable community living' (the definition of a legal marriage in Belgium). They document their artistic life work under the title Between Us.