Sfessania

Inspired by the Bali de Sfessania, a series of paintings by Jacques Callot, this performance follows the threads of meaning these paintings convey. Using a commedia dell’arte structure and colliding early music with live electronics, dance and improvisation, Sfessania seeks […]

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INTERACTIVE SOLO

A solo performance as part of an interactive installation designed and built by nearly fifty TU Delft students and artist and architect Philip Beesley. Organised by Crossing Parallels and TodaysArt at the TU university. video stills from Oculus Film

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Fake love(r)

In Fake Love(r) the element of form is explored in connection to time, through a process of fragmentation, repetition and multiplication to originate a series of different patterns of movement and variations to be produced and edited in real time. A […]

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Zombie techno celebration

Zombie techno celebration is an alternating process of naturalising and denaturalising movement. Inherently as zombies we are unfamiliar with the notion of the “natural body”,  the discovery of the inner potential of the body and the expression of  personal self. […]

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Potpouri

Potpouri is a triptych of dances. Three different case studies on the persona, psychedelic movement and commentary on public services. They were made as chamber dances (kammertanz) and presented as such. –Samantha and Kenny -Die welle –Zombie

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CLOUD/danslab

With their reunion, KammerTanzCoop (KTC) are questioning the working conditions in the artistic field.‭ “This is a reunion and not a project based meeting.”‭ By working in this direction, KTC problematize the restrictive temporal dimension of a‭ ‬project which is always […]

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