Andros Zins-Browne [BE/US]

Atlas Insights: The Revolution Will Be Televised

Atlas Insights: The Revolution Will Be Televised
Atlas Insights: The Revolution Will Be Televised

08.11.2016

In February 2017, choreographer Andros Zins-Browne and visual artist Karthik Pandian will present Atlas Revisited, a production about their attempts to make a group of camels dance in the desert of Ouarzazate. In the meantime, for three Tuesdays evenings, the Atlas/insights will focus on the questions that the preparatons for these attempts raised.

In Rabih Mroué’s video The Pixelated Revolution, a Syrian man uses his telephone to film a sniper shooting him. Smartphones have an unmistakeable revolutionary and commercial potential, but where are the obstacles?

SCREENINGThe Pixelated Revolution (Rabih Mroué), work by James T. Green
VIDEO TALK – Rabih Mroué
DEBATE –  Maher Hamoud, Michiel Vandevelde & Peter Snowdon

Programmaboekje - Programme de salle - Evening programme

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