- Performatik: 'The Senders' by Stav Yeini
Performatik: 'The Senders' by Stav Yeini
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The Senders by Stav Yeini, in collaboration with Nimrod Astarhan, Christina Vantzou, Siet Rae, Ayin De Sela, Andrew Hardwidge, Mikko Hyvönen & Ezra Fieremans
In her work, choreographer Stav Yeini fundamentally rethinks the codes of dance and performance. She creates multi-sensory spaces that allow and encourage the physical participation of the visitors. Through a sensorial choreography of sounds, smells, images, alchemical processes and indirect touch, she reactivates dormant, often forgotten brain paths for sensing, being and memory.
This first test version of The Senders creates an immersive, synesthetic experience that stimulates curiosity and wonder and allows you to experience reality in an unseen yet amplified way. The work emphasizes inclusion, empathy and a profound listening to non-human life forms. In this way it wants to bring about an evolution towards a sensory way of knowledge production and the possibility of a new world beyond the economic and ecological crisis.
Stav Yeini (Berlin, 1986) graduated from P.A.R.T.S. in 2010. She has collaborated with the Brussels collective Busy Rocks and with artists such as Georgia Vardarou, Lance Greece and Mikko Hyvönen. Since 2017 she develops her own work, in collaboration with STUK, Kunstencentrum Buda, Zsenne Artlab and workspacebrussels.
How to Subscribe
Friday 15 & Sunday 17 March 2019
14:00, 15:00, 17:00, 18:00
immersive performance / 45 min. / max. 10 p. per session
€ 5 / info & tickets
Onze-Lieve-Vrouw Van Vaakstraat 83 rue Notre-Dame du Sommeil
The Senders is presented in the frame of Performatik 2019
Dates15/03/2019 - 17/03/2019
Info and Documentation
Concept, sound design: Stav Yeini – Space design, interactive installation: Nimrod Astarhan – Sound: Christina Vantzou – Video: Siet Rae – Alchemy, scents: Ayin De Sela – Fermentation, cooking: Andrew Hardwidge – Dance, performance: Mikko Hyvönen, Ezra Fieremans, Siet Rae – Supported by: Buda Arts Centre, STUK, workspacebrussels – Thanks to: Rasa Alksnyte, Linnéa Martinson, Joeri Thiry, Jerome Wyss, Noam, Anat, Arad & Nektar Yeini, Yaelavan