In this workshop Azahara Ubera Biedma invites you to dive into orienting our bodies towards intimate relations with plants.
‘Nkisi’ means medicine, remedy and witchcraft in Lingala, the mother tongue of dancer and choreographer Jolie Ngemi. This solo performance takes us on a trance-like journey and explores the magical forces between witchcraft and science fiction.
The Making of Berlin is the final part of BERLIN's cycle of cities. With live music on stage - and Opera Ballet Vlaanderen’s orchestra on film - BERLIN takes on an exceptional story in documentary style. The performance focuses on an unfinished chapter in the life of an old Berliner - with Wagner's Götterdämmerung in a crucial role and Klara manager and Pompidou inspiration Chantal Pattyn in a supporting role.
When the novel Lady Chatterley's Lover appeared in 1928, it caused quite a stir. Now Florian Myjer and Lisa Verbelen carries the tradition with this groundbreaking scandal novel. Shamelessly wallowing in pleasure, they bring Lady Chatterley's Lover into the 21st century, some of it rough and some of it more tender.
In Exhibit A, Haddioui seeks to interweave her family history with History - from the intimate to the political, addressing questions of oppression through the prism of bodies on the margins. By putting the spotlight on invisibilised bodies, Haddioui invites us to question, in a furiously joyful performance, the mechanisms of oppression exerted on her body and that of her family members by capitalism, colonisation and patriarchy.
Can Western pedagogies work for non-Western structures? In the three-part lecture series Should Have Been My Mother Tongue, Ahilan Ratnamohan examines the impact of language on society. The third and last part is focused on the learning techniques.