Our whole world is marked by the imprint of humans and technology.
The history of women is literally interwoven with that of mechanical production
The robot is the sole performer in Uncanny Valley.
Using repetitive, minimalist movement material and rhythm and speed, they take their audience on an ecstatic trip.
‘Bunny’ is the name used for the person who lets themselves be tied up in bondage.
The movements and soundscape become larger, just like our growing feelings within a relationship, until they move some thing deep inside us and nestle beneath the skin.
When technology defines our lives and our relationships, isn’t it time to start from the beginning?
For a long time, the island was a little piece of heaven on earth.
The work of this Israeli artist offers a brilliant take on identities, politics and erotic desire.
She creates a personal sketch of Yemenite cultural tradition that is passed on like an inheritance.
10000 gestures is a hypnotising, meditative and thrilling reinvention of the language of dance.
“Good evening Holland!” PERMANENT DESTRUCTION is back.
The familiar yet exclusive logic of dreams merges with everyday reality and in the overlap, a third space emerges – a porous space where anything is possible.
A wild mix of fake, authentic and original creates a whirlwind of motions and emotions.
A house, empty, abandoned, but full of traces of former life
Polygon is a geometric landscape that moves organically and adjusts its shape and balance unpredictably.
The future of the internet is ephemeral.
The performance installation Happiness by Dries Verhoeven has been moved to SPRING in Autumn.
A disembodied dancer is rendered as a moving hand-drawn sketch
What are real, imagined, geographical or mental borders?
The show is an ode to the power of music and dance.