Tg STAN once again delves into the oeuvre of Iranian filmmaker Asghar Farhadi. With a group of eleven actors which includes different generations of creators and actors as well as different nationalities, Tg STAN creates a performance about doubt, friendship, honour and betrayal. Which truth is true and for whom? Is the truth really that relevant? Or can a lie bring salvation?
What is your history as a theatre maker? Miet Warlop is the fourth director in the series Histoire(s) du Théâtre to take up the challenge of creating a work in which present, past and future meet each other in a surprising way. A group of performers enters the universe of Warlop for an enchanting ritual about farewell, life and death, hope and rebirth.
Three performers spin around their axis for three quarters of an hour – a movement that in Sufi ceremonies is supposed to lead to a state of religious euphoria. In Miet Warlop's version, it becomes an experiment on the fine line between having and losing control.
Fourfold (Autonomous Scenography) is a generator of scenographies, a machine that constantly produces different images. Image, sound, language and light do not aim to represent something, but to generate a reality in complete freedom.
Maarten Seghers looks for a confrontation with the artists, musicians and dancers Fritz Welch, Simon Lenski, Nicolas Field and Mohamed Toukabri, for whom he wrote an invocatory song about the noisiness of comforting.
Key figure in the Arte Povera movement Mario Merz became fascinated by the famous Fibonacci sequence in the 1970s. He translated the series into spiralling forms, igloos, and compositions with tables. CC Strombeek is exhibiting the title page and three images of such a table design.