The performer who set fire to or flooded Brussels and the world with her performances between tension and meditation, launches a new chapter in her work. She makes use of spheres, circles, marbles, balls … to create new mobile and sonic galaxies. In an unexpected place.

Gwendoline Robin (BE)

Gwendoline Robin, who studied at La Cambre, is a visual artist and performer who often works with explosives, as well as with earth and glass. Listening and taking risks are essential in her approach. Her work is broadcast internationally at performance festivals across Europe, Asia, and America, and in Belgium she is often seen at the KunstenFestivaldesArts. Through her regular collaborations with choreographers (Boris Charmatz, Pierre Droulers, and Gaëlle Bourges), her creations have also circulated among contemporary dance networks.

Infos

DATE CONTENU
2019/05/042000 04.05.2019
20:00
Saint-Josse-ten-Noode, Brussels
 

Departure from Studio Thor.

Prices

Festival pass : 35€
1 Day pass: 15€ (12€ for students, -25 years old)
Booking only via visit.brussels starting from the 28th March.

Partners

In partnership with: BOZAR Performing Arts, ENSAV-La Cambre, Infini Théâtre, Master en arts du spectacle vivant de l’ULB, Radio Panik, Ten Noey, Unité pastorale Les Coteaux, Lycée Guy Cudell, Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles/Promotion de Bruxelles, Service public francophone bruxellois, Wallonie-Bruxelles International, Commune de Saint-Josse, visit.brussels.

About

The performance get-together in Brussels is back!

After nine editions in different places and a hiatus lasting several years, the festival re-surfaces, this time in a more user-friendly format, where henceforth the Thor Studio will be its epicenter.

[Redux]

For its tenth edition – and the first in this new context – TROUBLE is named “redux” (from the latin term which means the identical restauration, but also the return, what comes back). Numerous works question the re-living (a moment), the re-doing (an action), the re-starting, and the renewal : ideas that seem opposed to what we think of performative art. We’ll see the contrary through all twenty-two performances, with artists coming from far away (such as the californian body artist Ron Athey or the feminist afghan Kubra Khademi), but also with emblematic belgian performers such as Gwendolin Robin or Claude Cattelain. Several propositions will be musical or festive. TROUBLE will also ride on the Radio Panik waves, pass through the audacity of young artists from La Cambre, or take some time for reflectional, philosophical and critical moments. The festival will strongly be part of his neighbourhood, particularly in his close surroudings, from a school’s yard to a church crypt, from a mysterious alley to the Saint-Josse square… With several propositions for a limited number of publics, the first arrived will be the best served. A journey with multiple possible ways, thought by the curator Antoine Pickels, to be living for an evening, a day, a week-end or for a four days immersion.

 

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Box Office

Booking only via visit.brussels starting from the 28th March.

Prices

Festival Pass: 35€

1 Day Pass: 15€ (12€ for students, -25 years old)

Specific reservations

Some propositions have – very – limited slots. Those ones, following your ticket booking, require a reservation with our team at info@thor.be, or at +32 (0)2 223 26 00.

 

Access

Studio Thor, rue Saint-Josse 49, 1210 Brussels

Stib: métro 2/6 (Madou), bus 29/63/59 (Saint-Josse), bus 57 (Gutenberg) Villo: station Place Saint-Josse. Bycicles: thanks for attaching your bikes on the Saint-Josse square.

Circulation

The ticket office is at Studio Thor. You can come here to withdraw your bracelets.

The majority of the artistic propositions take place at Studio Thor. The other ones are located in a 5 minutes walk radius: the Church’s crypt, the Guy Cudell Highschool’s yard, salle Sapiens… A Trouble agent will guide you.

A systematic control of the bracelets is made at the entrance.

 

Contact

info@thor.be

+32 (0)2 223 26 00

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