Performances & Happenings

Cockaigne

VOLKSROOM – BRUSSELS. 2019

There is a bunch of stuff here.
Let’s not do anything about that.
Just move it around a little.
Maybe we should make it worse. Maybe that would make it better.

In an attempt to do something truly joyful, there were some words, some things and a country music song.
After that, we tore down the stage and build the new world together.

Photographs made on the phone belonging to Marie Peeters, in coöperation with Menzo Kircz

Karaoke for the incurably sad

HET PAVILJOEN – GHENT. 2019
As part of the ‘PA\WS in the Pavilion’ residency series, a karaoke night was organized in the mess left from the party the night before. Anyone present was invited to sing a song but only sad songs where allowed.
Comfort food was supplied freshly fried all night.

The Karaoke for the incurably sad is available for bookings at weddings, parties and business events.

Photographs by PA\WS

Tabula

KARLÍN BARRACKS – PRAGUE. 2017
A performance that pits a video projection and a live performer against each other. Painting and erasing, never stopping. Made as part of the group performance ‘The Mirror will make our living room look larger’ for the 4 Days in Motion Festival.

Coaching and support by: Cristina Maldonado & Sodja Lotker

Photographs by Vanesa Váchová

The Tea Party of Rage

KAAITHEATER – BRUSSELS. 2017
During the Theaterfestival of 2017 a meeting was held in a broom closet of the Kaaitheater in an attempt to solve all the problems of the world. There was tea and we divided up all the problems, so no-one had to deal with everything at once.
As of yet, it is still a work in progress.

The Big Balloon Show for Drunk People with a Broken Heart

With Freek De Craecker

CAMPO – GHENT. 2017
A story of two wales, a balloon man and his dog. The song of a frog and a lot of smoke. The closing performance of the Campo MayDayMayDay festival was made for every brokenhearted drunk around the world.

Photograph by Freek De Creaker

The Safari of Mixed Emotions

NTGENT SCHOUWBURG – GHENT. 2016
A tour through a theater by someone who is very unsure of what he is doing there. A conversation about repressive tolerance and the difficulties of soft rebellion. We ended at a fridge that was standing in the basement, as if it got lost but still tried to be useful.