In April, Ian White is present at the Dutch Art Institute with guest Myriam van Imschoot. Tanja Baudoin is also present.
More information on the programme of practice-theatre for this month follows soon.
Myriam Van Imschoot (Belgium) is enmeshed in the making and thinking of dance performance. Originally a dance historian and essay writer, she has become a regular collaborator with Meg Stuart and Benoît Lachambre (as a dramaturg and occasionally as a performer and co-teacher). She has been involved in projects with Vera Mantero (curator of Connexive), Antonia Baehr (performer), Philipp Gehmacher (dramaturg), Tristero (coach) and Jérôme Bel (bookmaker). Together with Jeroen Peeters she leads Sarma, a workplace for dance related research with an extensive text collection. In 2009 she was researcher in residence at the Jan van Eyck Academie, Maastricht, with Crash Landing Revisited (and more), a research project that developed a collaborative and curatorial approach towards shared historical praxis invested in themes like improvisation, catastrophe culture and sound.
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