#newperspectives

The roles of spectator and performer are blurred

Alioum Moussa & Maarten Vanden Eynde

In_Dependence

performance

In_Dependence
In_Dependence

performance

Sat 25.03 - Fri 31.03.17

Maarten Vanden Eynde and Alioum Moussa are building a two-part mobile structure, of which one side is the other’s opposite. During Performatik17 they set up shop at Place de la Monnaie, where you are invited to visit them – in pairs – for a discussion about dependence and independence.

Lotte van den Berg

Thinking Together – An Experiment

theatre performance

Thinking Together – An Experiment
Thinking Together – An Experiment

theatre

Sat 25.03.17

The American quantum physicist David Bohm takes as his premise the self-regulating way in which a group of people functions. You never think alone, but are always linked to the thinking of others. Thus a discussion is the ideal place in which to research and maintain the patterns of this collective thinking – without a moderator.

Lotte van den Berg

Wordless Discussion

theatre performance

Conversation without words
Conversation without words

theatre

Sun 26.03.17

Experience what lies at the root of human contact, and how a group can come together in a very direct way. To look at one another without speaking is highly intense. This encounter is based on the annual meeting of Inuit leaders, which is conducted without speaking.

Lotte van den Berg

Time Loop

theatre

Time Loop
Time Loop

theatre

Sat 10.12.16

The Indians of Canada’s Great Lakes let go of short-term thinking in order to move amongst the generations that came before them and that will come after them. Are we capable of doing the same thing, rather than taking a decision that solely takes account of its impact on the present?

Lotte van den Berg

Parliament of Things

theatre

Parliament of Things
Parliament of Things

theatre

Sat 10.12.16

Inspired by the theory of Bruno Latour and by Aboriginal rituals, you question the relationship between people and things. Is it acceptable for us to speak in the name of things? Or might another relationship conceivably be created, in which we abandon the anthropocentric point of view and see the future from the things’ perspective?

Alioum Moussa & Maarten Vanden Eynde

In_Dependence

performance

In_Dependence
In_Dependence

performance

Sat 25.03 - Fri 31.03.17

Maarten Vanden Eynde and Alioum Moussa are building a two-part mobile structure, of which one side is the other’s opposite. During Performatik17 they set up shop at Place de la Monnaie, where you are invited to visit them – in pairs – for a discussion about dependence and independence.

Lotte van den Berg

Thinking Together – An Experiment

theatre performance

Thinking Together – An Experiment
Thinking Together – An Experiment

theatre

Sat 25.03.17

The American quantum physicist David Bohm takes as his premise the self-regulating way in which a group of people functions. You never think alone, but are always linked to the thinking of others. Thus a discussion is the ideal place in which to research and maintain the patterns of this collective thinking – without a moderator.

Lotte van den Berg

Wordless Discussion

theatre performance

Conversation without words
Conversation without words

theatre

Sun 26.03.17

Experience what lies at the root of human contact, and how a group can come together in a very direct way. To look at one another without speaking is highly intense. This encounter is based on the annual meeting of Inuit leaders, which is conducted without speaking.

Lotte van den Berg

Time Loop

theatre

Time Loop
Time Loop

theatre

Sat 10.12.16

The Indians of Canada’s Great Lakes let go of short-term thinking in order to move amongst the generations that came before them and that will come after them. Are we capable of doing the same thing, rather than taking a decision that solely takes account of its impact on the present?

Lotte van den Berg

Parliament of Things

theatre

Parlement van de dingen
Parlement van de dingen

theatre

Sat 10.12.16

Inspired by the theory of Bruno Latour and by Aboriginal rituals, you question the relationship between people and things. Is it acceptable for us to speak in the name of things? Or might another relationship conceivably be created, in which we abandon the anthropocentric point of view and see the future from the things’ perspective?