Residence

Eric Arnal-Burtschy

SO MANY THINGS

02/07/201809/07/2018

15/07/201828/07/2018

07/08/201831/08/2018

01/09/201830/09/2018

EN Several years ago, the artist Eric Arnal-Burtschy, chose to join the army. He took part in a war in 2017, where a Jihadist’s diary was found after fighting series of fights. This Jihadist told his own story and his diary also contained the speech that he delivered to the local population. All these elements gave keys to understanding the reasons of his engagement. With So Many Things, Eric Arnal-Burtschy connects this story to a number of other ones. In a sensitive and politic approach, the artist questions the reasons of our engagements and our struggle.

Accrochage

Residence

Jeanne Colin

ACCROCHAGE

09/07/201813/07/2018

23/07/201829/07/2018

In every sculpture or monument we build, there is an attempt to make our beliefs consistent for eternity. Yet even stone erodes. What does a truth need to stay valid? Killian Madeleine and Jeanne Colin have been looking at movement differently by involving drawing and hypnosis into their dance practice. During this research, they will work on a duet were bodies are moving supports for each other. Re-enforced by the presence of a floor made of clay, their aim for stability is endlessly challenged.

Residence

Nazanin Fakoor

RAINBOW

09/07/201813/07/2018

Rainbow is a performance that questions identity and its multiple facets. In a solo on stage several characters appear in dialogue with each other – like a rainbow they are formed by reflection, refraction and dispersion of sunlight on raindrops. Nazanin Fakoor affirms that we all are the result of an infinity of reflections or refractions of the encounters that we make during our life, and this from the beginning, with our first meeting – that with our family. Our identity is plural.

Residence

Eric Arnal-Burtschy

SO MANY THINGS

02/07/201809/07/2018

15/07/201828/07/2018

07/08/201831/08/2018

01/09/201830/09/2018

EN Several years ago, the artist Eric Arnal-Burtschy, chose to join the army. He took part in a war in 2017, where a Jihadist’s diary was found after fighting series of fights. This Jihadist told his own story and his diary also contained the speech that he delivered to the local population. All these elements gave keys to understanding the reasons of his engagement. With So Many Things, Eric Arnal-Burtschy connects this story to a number of other ones. In a sensitive and politic approach, the artist questions the reasons of our engagements and our struggle.

Accrochage

Residence

Jeanne Colin

ACCROCHAGE

09/07/201813/07/2018

23/07/201829/07/2018

In every sculpture or monument we build, there is an attempt to make our beliefs consistent for eternity. Yet even stone erodes. What does a truth need to stay valid? Killian Madeleine and Jeanne Colin have been looking at movement differently by involving drawing and hypnosis into their dance practice. During this research, they will work on a duet were bodies are moving supports for each other. Re-enforced by the presence of a floor made of clay, their aim for stability is endlessly challenged.

A For Fake

Residence

Anna Heuer Hansen & Alice Van der Wielen

A FOR FAKE

01/08/201803/08/2018

06/08/201810/08/2018

15/08/201816/08/2018

“You are born innocent and angelic. The universe is a stage on which your mind dances with your body, guided by your heart. Laughing is the same everywhere in the world.”

“You are born innocent and angelic. The universe is a stage on which your mind dances with your body, guided by your heart. Laughing is the same everywhere in the world.” Are these Yogi tea sayings truly spiritual or cheesy?

A For Fake

Residence

Anna Heuer Hansen & Alice Van der Wielen

A FOR FAKE

01/08/201803/08/2018

06/08/201810/08/2018

15/08/201816/08/2018

“You are born innocent and angelic. The universe is a stage on which your mind dances with your body, guided by your heart. Laughing is the same everywhere in the world.”

“You are born innocent and angelic. The universe is a stage on which your mind dances with your body, guided by your heart. Laughing is the same everywhere in the world.” Are these Yogi tea sayings truly spiritual or cheesy?

Residence

Eric Arnal-Burtschy

SO MANY THINGS

02/07/201809/07/2018

15/07/201828/07/2018

07/08/201831/08/2018

01/09/201830/09/2018

EN Several years ago, the artist Eric Arnal-Burtschy, chose to join the army. He took part in a war in 2017, where a Jihadist’s diary was found after fighting series of fights. This Jihadist told his own story and his diary also contained the speech that he delivered to the local population. All these elements gave keys to understanding the reasons of his engagement. With So Many Things, Eric Arnal-Burtschy connects this story to a number of other ones. In a sensitive and politic approach, the artist questions the reasons of our engagements and our struggle.

A For Fake

Residence

Anna Heuer Hansen & Alice Van der Wielen

A FOR FAKE

01/08/201803/08/2018

06/08/201810/08/2018

15/08/201816/08/2018

“You are born innocent and angelic. The universe is a stage on which your mind dances with your body, guided by your heart. Laughing is the same everywhere in the world.”

“You are born innocent and angelic. The universe is a stage on which your mind dances with your body, guided by your heart. Laughing is the same everywhere in the world.” Are these Yogi tea sayings truly spiritual or cheesy?

Images for Mars

Residence

Karl Van Welden

IMAGES FOR MARS II

17/08/201831/08/2018

For the video work IMAGES FOR MARS II (life-sized projection) Karl Van Welden investigates the effect of a disaster on the human body. We see people in a state of carelessness, until a dark ash rain falls upon them, turning their idyll into a catastrophy. Or how a blissful picnic in the park becomes a scene of charred bodies on a patch of scorched earth. During the action the falling ash rain transforms the image slowly but steadily. The performers fight their personal battle while their vitality is under threat. As the physical body changes state, the image becomes a monochrome.

Residence

Eric Arnal-Burtschy

SO MANY THINGS

02/07/201809/07/2018

15/07/201828/07/2018

07/08/201831/08/2018

01/09/201830/09/2018

EN Several years ago, the artist Eric Arnal-Burtschy, chose to join the army. He took part in a war in 2017, where a Jihadist’s diary was found after fighting series of fights. This Jihadist told his own story and his diary also contained the speech that he delivered to the local population. All these elements gave keys to understanding the reasons of his engagement. With So Many Things, Eric Arnal-Burtschy connects this story to a number of other ones. In a sensitive and politic approach, the artist questions the reasons of our engagements and our struggle.