Première PUST / Exhale13.11.2016
Arctic Culture Centre, Hammerfest (NO)
This project has its starting point in a movement we all share: breathing. Through dance, installation art and electronic music and by roles between performer and audience which are sliding and shifting, we hope to move from an I to a we, from individual to community. The project seeks to strengthen the self-esteem through community as a starting point. A multitude of unique breath. The project seeks to create a space where the public will own habits and BREATHE conscious to contribute to greater freedom of action, individually and collectively.
Idea: Liv Hanne Haugen - Concept: Lawrence Malstaf and Liv Hanne Haugen - Composer and musician: Per Martinsen - Installation and light: Lawrence Malstaf - Dance and voice: Liv Hanne Haugen - Text: Vibeke Thorp - Producer: Anne Katrine Haugen - Consultant: Margunn Kilde - Production: Haugen Productions
Première 'Come fiume incessante' by Quatuor Diotima29.10.2016
STUK, Leuven (B)
In a short time, the Diotima Quartet has distinguished itself as one of the most outstanding interpreters of the contemporary string-quartet repertoire. They’ll play the very first string quartet 'Come fiume incessante' by Annelies Van Parys.
Programme: Enno Poppe, Alberto Posadas, Annelies Van Parys
Moths, Crabs, Fluids22.10.2016 - 30.11.2016
WRO Art Center at Griffin Art Space
The Koszyki Hall, Warsaw (PL)
tele-present water draws information from the intensity and movement of the water in a remote location. The wave intensity and frequency collected from the buoy is scaled and transferred to the mechanical grid structure, resulting in a simulation of the physical effects caused by the movement of water from this distant location. This work physically replicates a remote experience and makes observation of the activity of an isolated object possible through direct communication.
Power to change - 20th Anniversary Japan Media Arts Festival15.10.2016 - 06.11.2016
Japan Media Arts Festival
3331Arts Chiyoda, Tokyo (JP)
David Bowen - growth modeling device - 2009
This system uses lasers to scan an onion plant from one of three angles. As the plant is scanned a fuse deposition modeler in real-time creates a plastic model based on the information collected. The device repeats this process every twenty-four hours scanning from a different angle. After a new model is produced the system advances a conveyor approximately 17 inches so the cycle can repeat. The result is a series of plastic models illustrating the growth of the plant from three different angles.
Borders & Projections12.10.2016 - 10.11.2016
landscape #1 and 46°41'58.365" lat. -91°59'49.0128" long. @ 30m by David Bowen are on view in 'Borders & Projections', a group exhibition at Festival accès)s( in Pau (F).
EAST, SCENOGRAPHY FOR A DANCE-SOLO BY ARCO RENZ05.10.2016 - 16.11.2016
De Brakke Grond - Schouwburg Kortrijk - Kunstencentrum Vooruit
Amsterdam (NL) - Kortrijk (B) - Gent (B)
What an amazing, obsessive show!
Drawing from fifteen years of creative experience between Europe and Asia, Arco Renz throws his body to create seemingly alien movements, yet part of our artistic and cultural background. EAST exposes and simultaneously shakes up the stereotyped portrayals of the differences between East and West. We are in another world, our body and soul engaged in a thrilling dialogue with the surrounding lights, the staging and the music played live.
The performance evolves inside 'Spheres', an installation by Lawrence Malstaf.
Britt Hatzius - Blind Cinema28.09.2016 - 30.09.2016
STUK Start - Cinema ZED
In the darkness of a cinema space, the audience sits blindfolded. Behind each row of audience members is a row of children who in hushed voices describe a film only they can see. Accompanied by the soundtrack, the whispered descriptions are a fragile, fragmentary and at times struggling but courageous attempt by the children to make sense of what they see projected on the screen for the first time. Blind Cinema makes us aware of the possibilities and limits of language and our imagination.
Each night, the film is performed by a new group of children between 9 and 11 years old. In focusing on that which lies beyond the sense of sight, the attention oscillates between one’s own mind’s eye, guided by the whispering voice, and the shared physical space of the darkened cinema.
In collaboration with Artforum
Jacques Charlier16.09.2016 - 25.09.2016
Metro Parc, Brussels (B)
The Brussels' underground is celebrating its 40th birthday with the first arts festival underground: Wunderground. Jacques Charlier is invited to occupy Metro Parc with posters and images from his mise-en-scènes that give an exceptional overview of more than 30 years of the artist's activity.
Eco Expanded City01.09.2016 - 31.10.2016
Koszyki Hall, Warsaw (PL)
Eco Expanded City is an exhibition-cum-workshop project, combining a series of shows and events, exploring imagined and real, past, historical and potential relationships among society, art, nature and technology as they are rendered in artistic and design practices, revealing their mutual interpenetrations and interdependences.