Charlotte Vanden Eynde - I\'m Sorry It\'s (Not) A Story

I'm Sorry It's (Not) A Story

Charlotte Vanden Eynde
Elaboratory
02.05 20:00 - 20:50
  • Thu 02.05
    20:00 - 20:50
    DOMZAAL
    Past event

Een uitgepuurde danssolo van een vrouw die zichzelf (her)ontdekt

In 'I’m Sorry It’s (Not) A Story', Charlotte Vanden Eynde portrays a woman (re)discovering herself. Balancing between earnestness and humour, she reflects on the image of the contemporary woman with simple movements and body images. Somewhere in between theatricality and abstraction, she experiments with the narrative possbilities of movement and dance. I'm Sorry It's (Not) A Story is a story that is not a story, yet nevertheless becomes one… for those who so wish.

During 'Elaboratory': a three-day program focissing on and by 'buren'

Elaboratory

Elaboratory is a 3-day program focussing on and around the practice of 'buren'. 

about Charlotte Vanden Eynde

Charlotte Vanden Eynde (°1975, Belgium) is a dancer and choreographer. In 1999, she graduated at P.A.R.T.S., the renowned school for contemporary dance headed by Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker. Since she has been creating highly personal choreographies and performances, focusing on the body with a strong sculptural and imaginative sensibility. She often collaborates with other choreographers, theatre makers and musicians (Nicolas Rombouts, Marc Vanrunxt, Dolores Bouckaert, SKaGeN). Additionally, she gives advice to other artists and conducts workshops based on her own artistic practice.

"Little gestures and simple movements make for a surprisingly fascinating performance. Everything happens at the right moment."

– Utopia Parkway

Credits

choreography & dance: Charlotte Vanden Eynde - outside eye: Nada Gambier - lighting: Ann-Sophie Hoste / Elke Verachtert - music: Brigitte Fontaine ‘Où Vas-Tu Petit Garçon’,
Lhasa ‘De Cara a la Pared/Face to the Wall’ remixed by David De Beukelaer - production : wpZimmer - coproduction : Kaaitheater, Vooruit - in collaboration with: BUDA, STUK -supported by the Flemish Community