Now and then
In Reverberated Emission, bodies, space and music reverb on each other.
Their sensual interplay reminisces of a dance that might have already happened but is yet to come. A commission by ICK Dans Amsterdam.
PREMIERE 27 November 2021, Theater Meervaart, Amsterdam
Ripple Current brings he skipping practice back to the urban space. Commissioned by Dansjacht - Being There in Tilburg and with a close collaboration with seven graduating dancers from the Fontys Academy
Cancelled Premiere due to Covid-19
Within aerodynamic landscapes, a group of 14 dancers are pulled and pushing in an interplay between submission and dominance. An exploration on gravitational forces in a space that is in constant transit.
PREMIERE 11 June 2021, Theater de Nieuwe Vorst, Tilburg
A short study on the potential tensions between collective bodies and converging forces, through a (trans)formative relation to gravity. Together with ICK Next, the young company of ICK Dans Amsterdam.
February 2021 | Cancelled Premiere due to Covid-19
Two dancers are exploring and re-configurating themselves and the space, through the basic principles of fall, catch and bounce. Created with the graduating students of MTD, AHK in Amsterdam.
PREMIERE 25 November 2020, Academy for Theater and Dance, Amsterdam
To “warp” is to bend or turn from the direction or course. In this show, the dancers emerge within a space that is constantly in transit. In the mercy of external forces, they move within movement.
PREMIERE 18 September 2020, Conny Janssen Danst Huis, Rotterdam
A continuous flow of skipping, a journey through infinity, that makes every body tremble.
PREMIERE 28-29 November 2019, Dansmakers, Amsterdam
STARDUST is a reflection on the practice of continuous skipping, through text, video and music.
5-14 July 2019, Over het IJ Festival, Amsterdam
CLOUD COLLISION: A meta-skip in 8 rehearsals
Cloud Collision is a meta-skip, created in 8 rehearsals, with the support of six Amsterdam based colleagues and performers. It is an attempt to further elaborate and disseminate the experience and affect of the action of skipping, focusing on the space and body in transit.
25 January 2019 - Come Together #4, Frascati Theater, Amsterdam
LARGER THAN LIFE
LARGER THAN LIFE is a dialogue with and an examination of the phenomena of fandom-ness. Choreographers and performers Andreas Hannes & Charlie Laban Trier are immersing themselves in the experience of fanning, attempting to become fans of fans and making visible a space of uncensored emotional expression.
16-17 June 2018 - Frascati Theater, Amsterdam
In “The City”, two skippers unfold the potential spaces of infinite skipping, folded by the music of Siriusmo.
Let us be the beat to your melody.
9 November 2018, Dansmakers, Amsterdam
Phoebe Osborne opens the discussion around the concept of intentional flaking—opposing the idea of social commitment to productivity as a way to resist capitalist oppression.
12 November 2017, Prentis Hall, New York
THE IDLE WISH
A road trip forms our field of vision.
Gravity gets us bowing in devotion.
What else would our future be if not our current hope.
Fighting the fight behind us, not in front.
WHY NOT Festival - 28th of October 2017 / De School, Amsterdam
NOT BUSY Sndo3 Festival - 23/24 April 2017 / Veem House, Amsterdam
These letters. Holding.
The body as a container. The space as a container.
The time as a container.
AtTheEndOfTheDay SNDO3 Festival, Academy for Theater and Dance, Amsterdam, 17th-19th of November 2016
The sound of sol# is exactly the same as la♭.
Theatershool, Amsterdam, 15th & 16th of April 2016
An algorithm is an effective method that can be expressed within a finite amount of space and time and in a well-defined formal language for calculating a function
Frascati, Amsterdam, 5th of June 2016
Theaterschool, Amsterdam, 8th & 9th of April 2016
This is not a stand-up. I repeat. This is not a stand-up.
It is time for sorrow indeed.
OT301, Amsterdam, 23rd September 2015
Heterotopia is a performative installation about perspectives, intimacy and places, that is made for small audiences and aiming to be presented in galleries and small theaters.
Amsterdamse Hogeschool voor de kunsten, February, November 2015, January 2016