Two performers roam freely in a space open to an audience. Everything they create is from scratch.
Brazilian-Japanese and Japanese students create a performance questioning culture, language and the body in everyday life
a meditation on the use of language as a form of communication between different people and cultures
Research on Belgium’s colonial legacy in the DR Congo that branches off to source material across the web
An intersection of subjective forces, I’m holding, walking, falling is a zone of interaction between the audience and the performer
Interruptions is a narrative of excerpts from interviews focusing on moments where a certain trajectory of thought was interrupted
A lecture performance based on research into Hendrik Verwoerd’s psychology experiments and how they affected the SA political sphere
Centered around an improvised performance, At the Root looks at almost two centuries of a colonial legal legacy