NIGHT SHIFT II
Ula Sickle & Stine Janvin
Echoic Choir is a collaboration between singer, performer, and sound artist Stine Janvin and choreographer Ula Sickle which takes clubbing back to its core. The pure voices of a choir occupy the space, replacing the booming speakers of a club, while the performance explores the ritual of dance that unites in the small hours of the morning. The project aims to create a collective and immersive sensorial event, by placing the performers and the audience in a shared space, like a rave or nightclub.
In the context of NIGHT SHIFT II, Mika Oki has created a new ephemeral and open-ended installation using the fleeting materials of light, smoke, and music.
Taking its inspiration from the former Brussels nightclub that was K1, NIGHT SHIFT is a series of four weekends that bring together music, sound, visual arts, dance, and club culture. Once a season, at nightfall, NIGHT SHIFT proposes an interdisciplinary programme guided by the freedom, mystery, and sensations that darkness allows.