Student Repertoire A
Twenty-two students from 14 countries are coming to the end of their four-year course at PARTS, the Brussels dance school headed by Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker. They round off their studies with different programmes. In Student repertoire, the students draw on a wealth of personal work created earlier.
created and performed by Inga Huld Hákonardóttir (IS), Rósa Ómarsdottir (IS) | thanks to Danae Theodoridou
A movement concert performed by two dancers and an orchestra of objects. The dancers direct a dialogue between image and sound. It is a play of meaning which occurs through aligned actions, challenging the associations between the two. What is the image of a sound and what is the sound of an image? How does it sync, and what happens in the friction. Is there harmony in the uncanny 'out of sync’?
All that heaven allows
choreography & performance: Ben Van Buren & Bryana Fritz
Previously on Majestiny
constructed by James McGinn | assisted by Rósa Ómarsdóttir | performed by Inga Hákonardóttir, James McGinn, Christoffer Schieche, Katie Vickers, Tiran Willemse | music by Aaron Copeland, Alphaville, Rihanna, John Williams | with support from King's Fountain
Majestiny is a made-for-stage, TV mini-series that paints mosaics of cultural reference to delineate and destabilize normative societal notions of race, gender, beauty, intellect and power. Previously on Majestiny exists as a recapitulation of events from Episode 4: The Quest for Inauthentic Form, which focuses on the problematic nature of contemporary art's obsession with authenticity.