1. III (1) long trailer version

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    http://collective3.jasminschaitl.com collective 三 (3) Jasmin Schaitl, Akemi Nagao, William "Bilwa" Costa III (1) is a performance that combines three artists’ individual approaches to structures, including: dance, task-based movements, and sound. Using materials and scores to restrict and determine proximity, the trio focuses on movement, sound, and visual qualities, and explores the points where their actions conjoin, sync, phase, and/or oscillate; in unison and simultaneity. The trio focuses on reduction and refinement, in search of the essence of actions, through walking patterns, moving in a cluster, gazing, non-touching, and the use of objects. Abstract and without narrative, III (1) leaves the audience space to assess the actions of the trio and interpret, or propose, her/his own meaning, content and thoughts. III (1) was made possible with the kind support of Austrian Cultural Forum Brussels, Tanzfabrik Berlin, and in collaboration with workspacebrussels, where the piece was developed and shown at KAAI Theater Living in October 2014.

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    • Working Title Platform #08 - doorreizen (trailer)

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      Working Title Platform #08 Fri 05, Sat 06, Thu 11, Fri 12 & Sat 13 December 2014 at Kaaistudios, Les Brigittines & Beursschouwburg With a.o. Federico Acal, Korakrit Arunanondchai, Christian Bakalov, Beargarden, Fernando Belfiore, Luanda Casella, Soetkin Demey & Tibo Vandenborre, Helena Dietrich, Zeina Hanna, Roel Heremans, Eisa Jocson, Daniel Kok, Ariane Loze, Antigone Michalakopoulou, Monia Montali & François Bodeux, Gilles Polet, Diane Rabreau, Siet Raeymaekers, Bara Sigfusdottir, Rodrigo Sobarzo, Nick Steur, Vera Tussing, Yurie Umamoto, Veridiana Zurita. www.workspacebrussels.be

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      • trailer III (1)

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        from Jasmin Schaitl / Added

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        new TRAILER video : vimeo.com/117038825 ||| (1) combines three artists' individual approaches to task-based movements and structures. Using materials and scores to restrict and determine proximity, the trio focuses on movement, sound, and visual qualities, and explores the points where their actions conjoin, sync, phase, and/or oscillate; in unison and simultaneity. The trio focuses on reduction and refinement, in search of the essence of the actions which include: geometric walking patterns, moving in a cluster, gazing, non-touching and sonic, acoustic movement. Abstract and without narrative, ||| (1) leaves the audience space to assess the actions of the trio and interpret or propose her/his own meaning, content and thoughts. Akemi Nagao akeminagao.web.fc2.com Jasmin Schaitl jasminschaitl.com William "Bilwa" Costa bilwa.net III (1) is developed in collaboration with workspacebrussels with the kind support of the Austrian Cultural Forum Brussels

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        • Sonic Theatres - excerpt

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          from Stijn Demeulenaere / Added

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          Sonic Theatres is a performance by and with Marisa Cabal, Georgia Vardarou and Stijn Demeulenaere. The performance adapts itself to the location it's being performed in, and uses binaural recording to bring the sounds the dancers hear to the ears of the audience. To hear and enjoy this excerpt, it is therefore essential to listen to this performance with headphones. Without headophones, your audio-image will be severely distorted. CREDITS: with and by: Marisa Cabal, Georgia Vardarou and Stijn Demeulenaere dramaturgy: Esther Severi camera: Tuur Marinus production: Caravan Production (Brussels) co-production: Workspacebrussels (Brussels); d e t h e a t e r m a k e r (Antwerp) in collaboration with: Buda (Kortrijk) with the support of: the Flemish Community Commission of the Brussels Capital Region you can find more info on Sonic Theatres here: http://www.stijndemeulenaere.be/sonictheatres.html

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          • MEANWHILE,

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            This project formerly called "sometimes," and before "do-undo", and before again "our ruins", is a performance questionning our link with time and architecture by playing with scales. Conception : Gaëtan Rusquet performance : Amélie Marneffe, Claire Malchrowicz, Gaëtan Rusquet, sound concept and live performance: Yann Leguay light & space: Gaëtan Rusquet technical support: Guillaume Bernier video captation: Zeno Graton sound captation: Aymeric De Tapol production : -Workspace Brussels -ce projet a bénéficié de l'aide à la conception de la commission art numérique, fédération Wallonie-Brussels support : VolksroomBrussels Thanks to: Julia Irribaria, Julien Dubourg, Macha Planque, Lucille Calmel, Gillie Kleiman, l'équipe de workspace, la Bellone Maison du spectacle.

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            • John in Brigittines 1. Let's celebrate the world as it mf is.

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              From the concert of John the Houseband in Brigttines, Brussels, ending the Working Title Platform organized by WorkSpaceBrussels.

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              • The End Is Near by BLOOM! (trailer)

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                The End Is Near unmasks the many guises of the modern day hero in a witty new show from BLOOM! that’s equal parts profound and trashy. What’s the line between human and superhuman and what does all this have to do with dance? BLOOM! has been working on its latest show between countries, between languages and between egos to create The End Is Near. Playfully shifting between characters and performers, the real and fantasy. It uses only organically sourced ingredients. New. Better. Tastier. May contain traces of nuts. Founded in November 2009, international collective Bloom! core members are choreographers Viktória Dányi, Csaba Molnár, Moreno Solinas (Work Place Artist), Igor Urzelai (Work Place Artist), composer Alberto Ruiz Soler and manager Anikó Rácz. The collective is based both in London and Budapest. Guest artists Jamila Johnson-Small and Tamara Zsófia Vadas joined BLOOM! for the creation of The End Is Near. Commissioned by The Place. Supported by Arts Council England, Open Latitudes, The Place, Yorkshire Dance, Workspace Brussels, Escalator Dance, the National Cultural Fund of Hungary (NKA), and SIN Cultural Centre (Budapest). www.bloomdancecollective.org

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                • Promo Monkey see, Monkey do (Chapter I) Mais ne nous délivrez pas du mal

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                  Quando quel giovane a casa tornò, Quando quel giovane a casa tornò; Si prese fra le mani il vecchio cranio, Che era un pozzo di scienza! Cranio Ricco cranio, Senti che la Follia ti aleggia intorno? E ti domanda di aprirle la porta, Digue dondaine digue dondaine E ti domanda di aprirle la porta, Digue dondaine digue dondon Quando quel giovane a casa tornò, Quando quel giovane a casa tornò; Udì le tristi gamme Che un pianoforte piangeva nel buio! Gamme, Vecchie gamme, Da bambini vi cercammo insieme! Suo marito mi ha chiuso fuori casa, Digue dondaine digue dondaine Suo marito mi ha chiuso fuori casa, Digue dondaine digue dondon Quando quel giovane a casa tornò, Quando quel giovane a casa tornò; Cacciò il naso nella sua anima bella, Dove un mucchio di pene fermentavano! Anima, Mia bell’anima, Il loro olio è troppo sporco per la tua fiamma! Poi, notte dappertutto! e allora, a che serve? Digue dondaine digue dondaine Poi, notte dappertutto! e allora, a che serve? Digue dondaine digue dondon Quindi, quel giovane con tali pene, Quindi, quel giovane con tali pene; Andò a prendere una lama, Avuta in regalo col fodero! Lama, fine lama, Siate più retta di quanto è la donna! E a voi, mio Dio, perdono! perdono! Digue dondaine digue dondaine E a voi, mio Dio, perdono! perdono! Digue dondaine digue dondon Quando i becchini arrivaron da lui, Quando i becchini arrivaron da lui; Videro ch’era un’anima bella, Come oggi non se ne vede più! Anima, Dormi, bell’anima! Quando si è morti, si è morti davvero, Digue dondaine digue dondaine Quando si è morti, si è morti davvero, Digue dondaine digue dondon "Compianto del povero giovane" Jules Laforgue

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                  • Superheroes by BLOOM! - Research Summer 2011

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                    This is a collage with rehearsal extracts from BLOOM!'s research period for the collective's new production. So all feedbacks welcome! The new work by BLOOM! dance collective will premiere on the 30 & 31 March 2012 in Budapest. Playfully moving between ideas of human and superhuman BLOOM! will invite the audience to imagine with us – maybe all that we desire is actually within reach.

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                    • ...ou la brune qui adorait les sardines à l'huile.

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                      from Leslie Mannès / Added

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                      Two women, two chairs, a table and a revolver.  Under the threat of a possible fatal determination, a puzzle of hypothesis settles down as a detective investigation with main suspects Meaning, Logic and representation. From simple to multiple, from emptiness to chaos "...ou la brune qui adorait les sardines à l'huile." plays with the narrative potentialities of a reality waiting for an imaginary to take place. excerpts of the performance presented at the Brigittines (brussels) during "working title platform" from workspacebrussels on the 17 and 18 of december 2010 concept: Leslie Mannès creation: Louise Baduel, Leslie Mannès, Hanna Scholtyssek performance: Louise Baduel, Leslie Mannès assistant: Manon Santkin light design: Vincent Lemaître sound design: Louise Baduel, Lieven Dousselaere residencies: Pact-Zollverein, Workspacebrussels - Brigittines, Kaaistudios, Budakunstencentrum supported by the foundation Vocation

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