Néstor Garcia Diaz, Rodrigo Sobarzo, Laura Eva Meuris, Pawel Wieslaw Duduś, Luiza Schulz & Pieter SteyaertPRINT THIS PAGE
The artists Néstor Garcia Diaz, Rodrigo Sobarzo, Laura Eva Meuris, Pawel Wieslaw Dudus›, Luiza Schulz and Pieter Steyaert will be working together for the project 'My Life in the Bush of Ghosts' (working title).
Isabelle Vander Stockt and Charlotte Vandijck are the initiators of this project and will act as curator/dramaturg both content and practical development. In view of their first performance, they are accompanied by Marnix Rummens, a curator/dramaturg with a strong transdisciplinary background. Viktor Van den Braembussche is the graphic designer of the whole project.
Although every artist of the team is specialized in its own artistic field, the main focus is to create together a performance wherein the several disciplines of the artists are combined with each other.
Isabelle Vander Stockt
Isabelle Vander Stockt began her studies in Art History and Archaeology with a minor in Philosophy at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel in 2012. She will round up her studies at the end of the academic year of 2016-2017. With a view to finishing her bachelor’s degree, she is writing her thesis on ‘Integration of the current ecological concerns by contemporary artists’. Isabelle worked as an intern assistant curator at the exhibition Forme e Antiforme (2015) in Milan, curated by Hans De Wolf. She got the opportunity to continue this experience as an assistant curator for the exhibition Xu Bing. Worlds of Words / Goods of Gods (2016), also in Milan. Other relevant internships –experiences are: production for Export/import Festival at BRONKS (2016), production for L’étude (nu slaat de chaos toe), a new upcoming theatre production of Sien Eggers, Sofie Palmers and Jessa Wildemeersch (2017). From June untill September 2017, Isabelle did an internship for the general production and the production of the performances of the TheaterFestival, based in Brussels. Nowadays, she works for Argos, where she is incorporated in the distribution of the artworks, and works at the reception of the Centre for Art and Media.
Charlotte Vandijck graduated as a master in Art History with a specialisation in Theatre Studies, a major in the performing arts and media art, and a minor in Literature at UGent (2015). During her bachelor’s she studied as an Erasmus student at the Université Paris X Nanterre. She also worked in Berlin as an intern communication and production for Perhaps all the Dragons (2014), and co-developed the dramaturgical concept for their upcoming production Lisboa. Charlotte is currently finishing a master’s in Cultural Studies at KU Leuven. On top of that, she worked as an intern at KVS where she did the communication for Work In Progress (2016). Subsequently, she worked as a dramaturgical assistant for the production SLOW#01(2016). Charlotte also collaborated on two opera productions at Opera Vlaanderen. She composed the program of the opera Simon Boccanegra (2017) and is currently active as assistant production dramaturgy for the new creation Sadko (2017). From July untill September she did an internship for production of the contextprogramme of the TheaterFestival based in Brussels.