Programme

Myriam Van Imschoot

What Nature Says

Part of the festival “The Mole Keeps on Digging. Animals / Politics / Performance”

PerformanceDance

80 min.

Myriam Van Imschoot’s intermedial approach is based on gestures, phenomena, and voices that have been lost or remain unnoticed. In “What Nature Says,” six performers imitate their 'natural surroundings’ solely with the help of their voices and bodies. Birdsong, but also chainsaws, play a crucial role in a performance that oscillates between listening and watching. This ecological fairytale speaks, with a sense of urgency and futility, of human and animalistic attempts to communicate.

Cast

Concept and direction: Myriam Van Imschoot / Sound Installation: Fabrice Moinet, Myriam Van Imschoot / Performance and Co-creation: Jean-Baptiste Veyret-Logerias, Caroline Daish, Anne-Laure Pigache, Jakob Ampe, Mat Pogo / Light: Geni Diez (Kaaitheater) / Light design on tour: Raphaël Rubbens / Thanks to: Marcus Bergner, Filip Eyckmans, Jeroen Peeters, Campo

Dates

  • Past
    Wed 4.10.2017, 20:00 / HAU3
    Thu 5.10.2017, 20:00 / HAU3

Credits

Production: Hiros (Brussels). Coproduction: Kunstencentrum BUDA (Kortrijk), Kaaitheater (Brussels), Kunstenwerkplaats Pianofabriek (Brussels). In collaboration with: PACT Zollverein (Essen). Supported by the Flemish Government.

Supported within the framework of the Alliance of International Production Houses by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media.

Location

HAU3
Tempelhofer Ufer 10, 10963 Berlin

Access by means of a stairwell (3rd floor). Use of lift possible by prior arrangement.

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