installation

Sofie Vandamme & Sarah Desmet

Still Crazy after All These Years?

installation

Still Crazy after All These Years?
Still Crazy after All These Years?

installation

Mon 02.03 - Thu 05.03.20

The Greeks were convinced that insanity was feminine. But what do those ‘crazy women’ themselves think? And what do you think? In this performative installation – the beginning of a research project at KASK – you will hear medical, philosophical and literary voices on being a woman and insanity. But most importantly, you will be given the floor.

Benjamin Vandewalle

Studio Cité

dance installation

Studio Cité
Studio Cité

dance

Thu 23.04 - Fri 24.04.20

Studio Cité orients, directs, diverts and distorts your view of the world. Step inside a driving mirror cart by yourself, form a dancing circle with your fellow audience members, or stand on the side-lines watching how people with periscopic masks try to find their way. Benjamin Vandewalle organizes an artistic funfair that offers unexpected experiences on Brussels’ squares.

Yasmina Reggad

we dreamt of utopia and we woke up screaming #9

installation

we dreamt of utopia and we woke up screaming #9
we dreamt of utopia and we woke up screaming #9

installation

Fri 21.02 - Sat 22.02.20

This durational installation-performance will transport the Kaaistudios to the Algiers of the 60s and 70s, when it was dubbed the Mecca of Revolution. In between broadcasting company and a foreign broadcast monitoring centre, this polyglot and polyphonic performance immerses you in its making, from conception to broadcast.

Kris Verdonck / A Two Dogs Company

Act

theatre installation

ACT. Johan Leysen plays Beckett
ACT. Johan Leysen plays Beckett

theatre

Thu 13.02 - Sat 15.02.20

This curated Beckett evening presents a surprising mix of forms: a monologue by Johan Leysen; a video lecture by philosopher and mathematician Jean Paul Van Bendegem; and a performative scenography as a possible landscape for a Beckett text. Through this combination, Kris Verdonck explores a fascination that he shares with Beckett, namely technology and the increasing conflict between humans and machines.