• Fri 13.04.07 20 h
  • Sat 14.04.07 20 h

Meg Stuart's credo is the fragmented, twisted and exposed human body. She made her choreographic debut with Disfigure Study at the Belgium Klapstukfestival in 1991. The production had an unprecedented influence on the dance and performance aesthetics of the nineties and established her own highly personal dance idiom in which the mind and body are often shown in extreme, occasionally contradictory, capacities. Stuart’s work is rooted in New York in the 1980s, where she also first met the Portuguese dancer Francisco Comacho. Comacho later worked with her in Brussels and also participated in creations by Alain Platel and Carlota Lagido, made his own choreographic pieces and founded the EIRA company. In 2007 Meg Stuart created BLESSED a new choreography for Camacho in a sound setting by Hahn Rowe.

Premiere: 8 March 2007, Kunstencentrum Vooruit (Gent)
Choreograph: Meg Stuart

Created with and performed by: Francisco Camacho & Kotomi Nishiwaki

Music: Hahn Rowe

Dramaturgy: Bart Van den Eynde

Installation: Doris Dziersk

Costumes: Jean-Paul Lespagnard

Light: Jan Maertens

Assistance choreography: Abraham Hurtado

Production: Tanja Thomsen

Technical co-ordination: Britta Mayer, Jan Maertens

Set assistance: Ania Pas

Costume assistance: Françoise Hottois

Technician: Rinus Van de Velde

Production Damaged Goods & EIRA

Co-production Volksbühne am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz (Berlin), PACT Zollverein (Essen), Kunstencentrum Vooruit (Gent), Centro Cultural de Belém (Lisboa), Théâtre de la Bastille (Paris), Festival d’Automne (Paris)

Meg Stuart & Damaged Goods are supported by the Flemish authorities and the Flemish Community Commission

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