VIDEO: Radio Etoile #2 - On Intergenerational Aspects of Dance

It started with an extremely talented generation in the 1980s. And today, Brussels has become one of the leading dance capitals of the world. How does the current generation of young dancers experience the conditions that the older generation fought for? What and how do different generations learn from one another?

How much has the world changed since 1977? The demand for a new political 'account' to replace the neo-liberal 'accounting' is growing ever louder. The search for for a star to show us a new way is growing ever more urgent. RADIO ETOILE questions the power of artists and cultural centres in our current circumstances. Can they or should they lead the way? We've invited artists, thinkers, lecturers and journalists to reflect on this question in seven one-hour sessions.

Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker & Charlotte De Somviele (mod. Wannes Gyselinck)

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How much has the world changed since 1977? The demand for a new political 'account' to replace the neo-liberal 'accounting' is growing ever louder. The search for for a star to show us a new way is growing ever more urgent. RADIO ETOILE questions the power of artists and cultural centres in our current circumstances. Can they or should they lead the way? We've invited artists, thinkers, lecturers and journalists to reflect on this question in seven one-hour sessions.