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Season 14/15


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performance
Kaaistudios
Barbara Matijevic & Giuseppe Chico
29-30/1/2015

The internet is a source of inspiration for Barbara Matijević & Giuseppe Chico. YouTube is the subject of their new performance. The performer transforms the stage into an intimate room where she records her videos.  As she interacts with a range of devices inspired by machines, gadgets and toys commonly used by DIY filmmakers, the performance establishes close parallels between amateur and artistic practices.

In English
dance
Kaaitheater
Rosas
23-24-25-28-29-30-31/1/2015

Brian Eno’s song 'Golden Hours' is the point of departure for the new creation by Rosas. Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker continues to explore the perception of time in choreography, and approaches a cast of young dancers in their idiosyncratic movement expressions. Their speaking becomes their dancing.

course
Kaaistudios
Timmy De Laet & Katleen Van Langendonck
30/1/2015

If you would like to learn more about performance art before you venture into the Performatik festival, you can take our four-part course entitled What is Performance Art? On the usefulness or pointlessness of the collective term ‘performance’. On performance past and present, in art and the performing arts.

In English
debate
Kaaitheater
Citroëngarage:
3/2/2015

De Citroëngarage is om meer dan een reden een symbool van Brussel. Van architecturale parel tot communautair gekrakeel. De discussie spint zich nu vooral toe over de vitrine aan het Saincteletteplein. Maar de eigenlijke garage achter de vitrine – wat een enorm groot volume is en bijzonder waardevol patrimonium – komt in de discussie niet aan bod. Het gebouw is veel meer dan een museum en hierover wil Groen en Ecolo Brussel het gesprek starten met architecten, stadsplanners en academici.

In Dutch
theatre
Kaaitheater
Toneelgroep Amsterdam & Toneelhuis/Ivo Van Hove
4-5/2/2015

In Schiller’s drama Maria Stuart, two legendary queens from European history are at each other’s throats: Elizabeth I of England and Mary Stuart of Scotland. Behind the masks of political power stand two women of flesh and blood. Ivo Van Hove directs a ten-member cast, drawn from the companies of Toneelgroep Amsterdam and Toneelhuis.

In Dutch; surtitled in French
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