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NEWSLETTER #31 - 2017

© Midas De Saedeleir & Simon Verougstraete

Mesut Arslan

première 19 April 2017 @ KVS, Brussel

Mesut Arslan’s directs Nachtelijk Symposium (Nocturnal Symposium), a 1994 play by Eric De Volder. De Volder describes the Meiresonnes, who are anything but a model family. After years of sweeping...read more

see  teaser
read interview  De Standaard /De Morgen /De Tijd

production KVS & Platform 0090


© David Bergé

première 18 April 2017 @ STUK, Leuven

What Remains Is Future is an installation and a book by artist David Bergé responding to the archive choreographer Marc Vanrunxt has been developing since 1981. The use of...read more
The book is available for visitors to the installation and by the publishing house 'big black mountain the darkness never ever comes’.
production Kunst/Werk coproduction Platform 0090 residencies Studio Katleen Vinck, STUK Kunstencentrum supported by the Flemish Community.  

© Jonas Rutgeerts

Clément Layes  I  0032   
from 26 March until 15 April Residentie @ Mimar Sinan University

Clement Layes has been invited by Mimarsinan University (Istanbul, Turkey) to organise a workshop around his performance The Eternal Return. 
In “The Eternal Return” Clément Layes and a group of collaborators use the theatrical apparatus to stage the different collective and....read more

production Platform 0090 coproduction Mimar Sinan University


© Gulcan Kahraman

Akrostiş is an initiative of Arte, a cultural organization based in Heusden Zolder. Akrostiş gives attention to contemporary trends in the Flemish and Turkish cultural scene.The magazine covers the poetic, the timeless, the visual, the audible and the exceptional of both countries.The goal is to (re)bind both cultures in a positive way and make them more accessible.

AKROSTIŞ #3 with Jeroen Olyslaegers, Ethem Onur Bilgiç, Lieven De Cauter,...

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see teaser 
read interview with Mesut Arslan


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