After performance talk with Kate McIntosh on Saturday 15.10.

With ›In Many Hands‹ Brussels based artist Kate McIntosh dives into the tactile and the multi-sensory, inviting the audience to test, touch, listen, search and sniff. Guided as always by her fascination with the misuse of objects, playfulness with the audience, strong performativity and off-beat humour, this new project steps away from the stage – instead bringing the audience into a series of aesthetic sensory situations, and inviting them to experiment with materials and encounter physical phenomena themselves. If one really does learn-by-doing, then what’s learned here is a sensitization of nerves, a tuning of attention, a priming of curiosity. ›In Many Hands‹ is part laboratory, part exhibition-fair, part sensotopia - as it unfolds, visitors take their time to engage and explore as they wish, following their noses and curiosities in a real-time exploration of reflection-through-doing.

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Kate McIntosh (NZ/BE)

Kate McIntosh (NZ/BE), is an artist based in Brussels and working across the boundaries of performance, theatre, video and installation. Born in 1974 in New Zealand and originally trained in dance, she has performed internationally since 1995 with artists including Wendy Houstoun, Meryl Tankard Australian Dance Theatre, Cie Michèle Anne de Mey, Random Scream, Simone Aughterlony and Tim Etchells. more...

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A project from:  Kate McIntosh
Performance collaborators: Arantxa Martinez, Kate McIntosh, Josh Rutter
Sound: John Avery
Technical direction: Joëlle Reyns
Artistic advice: Dries Douibi, Gary Stevens
Studio Assistance: Lucie Schroeder
Production: Sarah Parolin, Linda Sepp
Production Assistance: Jana Durnez, Anneliese Ostertag, Mara Kirchberg
Produced by: SPIN
Thanks to: Tom Bruwier, Martin Pilz, Andrea Parolin
Co-production: PACT Zollverein (Essen), Parc de la Villette (Paris), Kaaitheater (Brussels), Vooruit Kunstencentrum (BE), BIT Teatergarasjen (Bergen), Black Box Teater (Oslo),  Schauspiel Leipzig, far° festival des arts vivants (Nyon), House on Fire Network, Open Latitudes Network
Supported by: Flemish Government, Flemish Community, Pianofabriek kunstenwerkplaats (Saint-Gilles), Tanzfabrik (Berlin), NATIONALE PERFORMANCE NETZ (NPN) co-production fund for dance financed by the German Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and Media (BKM) on the basis of a decision made by the German Bundestag
SPIN is structurally supported by BUDA Kunstencentrum (Kortrijk) for the period 2017 - 2021.

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