Meg Stuart / Damaged Goods, Jeroen Peeters & Jozef Wouters [BE/DE] presented by Kaaitheater

Atelier III

Atelier III
Atelier III

30.03 – 02.04.2017

Sticky tape and wood

In a rapidly changing world and urban environment, artistic practices and cultural spaces are also in a state of flux. How do we envision the art spaces of tomorrow? How can we reshape these meeting places and laboratories for coexistence?

The artists of Damaged Goods set up camp in a former factory in Molenbeek to formulate some physical answers to these questions. This space houses the Decoratelier of scenographer Jozef Wouters, which makes it an apt environment for a dialogue with the imaginary spaces that choreographer Meg Stuart will be creating. In collaboration, they unfold precarious collective practices of meeting and making – with living bodies, with tape and wood, with curated sounds and urban noise.

• Two former editions of the Atelier series – also dialogues between Meg Stuart and Jozef Wouters – were staged at the Kaaistudios (2011) and at the Dansand! Festival in Ostend (2012).


choreography Meg Stuart | dramaturgy Jeroen Peeters | scenography Jozef Wouters | created with and performed by Mor Demer, Márcio Kerber Canabarro, Roberto Martínez, Renan Martins de Oliveira, Sonja Pregrad, Jorge Rodolfo de Hoyos, Mariana Tengner, Sigal Zouk | sound design Vincent Malstaf | costume design Sofie Durnez | light design Sandra Blatterer | assistant choreography Sigal Zouk | technical direction Oliver Houttekiet | technical realization Jitske Vandenbussche, Pierre Willems | production manager Nara Virgens | decoratelier Celine van der Poel, Menno Vandevelde | production Damaged Goods |  support the Government of Flanders, the Flemish Community Commission

programmaboekje - programme de salle - evening programme

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