Fang Yun Lo will debut her new choreography Kim at Hellerau in Dresden. Based on Khuê Pham's novel ‘Wherever You Are’, the performers look into their experience of otherness as second generation migrants and how history condenses in their personal stories.
Kyoto Experiment invited Ayaka Nakama to investigate the dance legends of Kansai region. A legend, like dance, is something uncertain or undefined, and Ayaka questions how they change during their transmission transmission by reviving them in this performance.
Inspired by an ancient Thai ritual where dance is a negotiation tool between humans and higher beings, Kornkarn Rungsawang’s Mali Bucha: Dance Offering is a hybrid constellation of virtual reality and dance. There, she flows between two places, conveying the audience’s messages to a digital shrine.
We are currently building tours for the following performances and are looking for presenting partners:
A group of talented individuals (Hermann Lugan, Tobias Brenk, Stéphane Gornikowski, Olivier Perry, Arved Schulze and Céline Schall) came up with the idea of a tool that would help European presenters to share the of visiting artists, thus greatly reducing the carbon footprint linked to the presentation of performing arts projects.
This free and open-source platform, made for festivals and presenters, facilitates the publishing and sharing of projects, the co-programmation opportunities, and in general allows for time- and geography-efficient touring, directly impacting the sustainability of the environment as well as that of all the professionals involved on and off the stage.
Cooprog has been realised with the support of Onda, Pro Helvetia, the City of Esch-surAlzette, Association des Scènes Nationales, and Oeuvre Nationale de Secours Grande-Duchesse Charlotte. During the CooProg launch phase, scheduled to run until March 2024, people who programme live performances in structures located in Belgium, France, Germany, Luxembourg and Switzerland will be able to register online.