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Youness Atbane

Untitled 14 KM

performance installation

Untitled 14 KM
Untitled 14 KM

performance

Wed 23.06 - Thu 24.06.21

Untitled 14 KM explores how the art world currently approaches the concept of contemporary art in its relation with identity, and specifically Arab identity. Youness Atbane examines this through an enacted dialogue between fictional characters: an Arab-Andalusian poet, a director of the museum of contemporary art, a curator, and an artist. These characters are trying to set up an exhibition that analyzes the concept of modernism.

Hiba Alansari

The Math Book

performance installation

The Math Book
The Math Book

performance

Fri 15.02 - Sat 16.02.19

Hiba Alansari found a math book in a destroyed house in northern Syria in 2014. It belonged to a young girl who died during the bombardment. The Math Book is a collection of sculptural forms in cement and sponge, designed to encapsulate the moment of the explosion.

Helena Dietrich & Janneke Raaphorst

Elastic Habitat

installation performance

Elastic Habitat
Elastic Habitat

installation

Tue 06.03 - Thu 08.03.18

Elastic Habitat is an immersive installation – you could call it a kind of playground – that invites you to explore, touch, and even carry textile sculptures. You literally inhabit an imaginary body and thus have the time to explore your own identity in an uninhibited, sensory, intuitive way.

fieldworks / Heine Avdal

Box with holes

performance installation video

Box with holes
Box with holes

performance

Sat 23.04.16

Box with holes seeks to explore the relationship between touch and its visualisation. How do we see and experience inter- human interaction in a world where we contact each other more and more through technology?
Box with holes focuses on a displacement of the senses, which places the spectator into another mental state.

Niko Hafkenscheid

Holy Words

performance installation

Holy Words
Holy Words

performance

Fri 11.12 - Sat 12.12.15

How can we perceive reality if we reinvent the primary elements of language? In Holy Words, Niko Hafkenscheid revisits his passion for language and history. How did man get to the point of writing things down by using signs?

Anthony McCall

Line Describing a Cone

performance installation

Line Describing a Cone
Line Describing a Cone

performance

Fri 11.12 - Sat 12.12.15

This landmark in expanded cinema generates an endless amount of shapes, constallations and possibilities with a minimal projection setup.

Benjamin Vandewalle

PERI-SPHERE

performance installation

PERI-SPHERE
PERI-SPHERE

performance

Sat 20.06.15

Working Title Situation #01 - With PERi-SPHERE Benjamin Vandewalle develops a new small performative installation. A series of small dioramas is being developed, in which a spectator can lie down on his stomach and look down through a viewing slot.

Salva Sanchis

Islands

performance installation

Islands
Islands

performance

Thu 18.06 - Fri 19.06.15

Working Title Situation #01 - Salva Sanchis' series Islands consists of a collection of small dance pieces that will be presented both individually and in different combinations. There are solos, duets and trios ranging from 1 to 12 minutes long each. Each piece results from a different research topic and has its own separate identity.

Benjamin Vandewalle

Inter-View / Entre-Vue

performance installation

Inter-View / Entre-Vue
Inter-View / Entre-Vue

performance

Fri 19.09 - Sun 21.09.14

Three micro-theatres are set up in the streets. The chance passer-by can stick his head inside for a moment and enjoy a surprising and intense encounter.

Auranne Leray / Kurt Deruyter + Johan Reyniers

Verhalenmachine / La machine à raconter

performance installation

Verhalenmachine / La machine à raconter
Verhalenmachine / La machine à raconter

performance

Wed 17.09 - Sun 21.09.14

Folk tales, fairy tales and legends are recounted beneath the wings of an amazing bicycle - an intimate space in the middle of a crowded, busy city.

Els Dietvorst

Art-Coeur-Merci

performance installation video

Art-Coeur-Merci
Art-Coeur-Merci

performance

Sat 03.05.14

The videos and writings of Els Dietvorst explore themes such as social conflict and survival in the margins. Art-Coeur-Merci is a film installation about a young Cameroonian man trying to survive in Brussels, with the addition of a performance by Angélique Wilkie. They make us reflect on the essential things in life.

Future Farmers / Amy Franceschini

Flatbread Society

performance installation

Flatbread Society
Flatbread Society

performance

Thu 27.03 - Sat 29.03.14

Burning Ice - Flatbread Society is a public art project that brings together farmers, oven builders, astronomers, artists, soil scientists, bakers, anthropologists and others who share an interest in humankind’s long and complex relationship with grain.

Andros Zins-Browne

Welcome to the Jungle

performance installation

Welcome to the Jungle
Welcome to the Jungle

performance

Fri 22.03 - Sat 23.03.13

Welcome to the Jungle is a performance installation inspired by ‘global weirding’, a term used to describe the effects of global warming. You make your way through a strange and desolate labyrinth of mirror foil and a sensory jungle that excites through its abundance of pseudo-natural stimuli. Like the performers, you are given a costume to wear. This adds to the confusion on the route. Who is the spectator?

Heine Avdal & Yukiko Shinozaki / fieldworks

nothing's for something

dance performance installation

nothing's for something
nothing's for something

dance

Fri 23.03 - Sat 24.03.12

The intention behind nothing’s for something is to make the
hidden moments in life visible and expose the reality behind the visible
world. Their sources of inspiration are Paul Klee, who danced while he
painted, Rainer Maria Rilke, the perfectionist of form and method, and
Georges Perec, the master of stories of everyday life. In nothing’s for something,
Avdal and Shinozaki go back to their roots and allow the experiences of
their site-specific projects to permeate this production for larger
theatres.

C&H

Postcards from the Future (City-Center)

performance installation

Postcards from the Future  (City-Center)
Postcards from the Future  (City-Center)

performance

Fri 27.05.11

Brussels, 27th May 2011. Traffic in the city has reached critical mass and comes to a standstill. The result is an almost apocalyptic landscape, but see how the inhabitants make the best of it by reinventing their city. This is the futuristic situation that C&H will be staging for one hour in the centre of Brussels. 

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