American choreographer and dancer Meg Stuart works from Brussels and Berlin with her company Damaged Goods. Stuart’s oeuvre, which comprises over thirty creations, is situated on the border between dance and theatre. Stuart has been at the forefront of numerous improvisation projects and regularly collaborates with artists in the fields of visual arts, music and dance.
Maybe we should talk to the plants.
© Illias Teirlinck
Since 2019 Jozef Wouters has shared his Decoratelier in Brussels with Barry Ahmad Talib, an artist from Sagale (Guinee-Conakry). During the long winter months, they gather to cut thousands of leaves out of fabric – the time-consuming and attentive work that forms the basis of Barry’s tree sculptures. Out of those sessions, they weave a tissue of stories and sounds, and eventually, a piece. A Day is a Hundred Years is an infinitely mutable and negotiable space which trades the central perspective for a multitude of gazes, in which the scenography sees us more than we see it. More info
Now on tour:
8-10 June: Wiener Festwochen (Vienna, AT)
16-17 June: PACT Zollverein (Essen, DE)