13 October, 20:00
Performance, Main stage

Angel of Death

Monologue for a man, woman or hermaphrodite. An event of Territory, the International Festival-School of Contemporary Art
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An event of Territory, the International Festival-School of Contemporary Art

Company Troubleyn / Jan Fabre (Belgium)
In collaboration with the deSingel International Center for the Arts (Belgium)

Concept, direction, filming and text — Jan Fabre
Performer — Ivana Józyz
Choreography — Jan Fabre and Ivan Josic
Dramaturgy — Miet Martens
Composer and performer - Eric Sleichim
Technical support — Geert van der Auwera

Film:

Performer — William Forsythe
Camera operator — Jan Vrints & Roger Leclercq
Production manager — Jan Decoster
Music — Gert Wuyts

Angel of Death is the poetic text of a thinking artist written by Jan Fabre in 1996 with a dedication to choreographer William Forsythe and inspired by Andy Warhol. It emerged as the dramatic and conceptual basis of a multi-genre performance by Jan Fabre that explores the nature of the artist. On four screens arranged throughout the stage space, Forsythe dances. Performing live, Ivana Józyz joins with Forsythe in the video installation in a lively and tense dialogue of movement. Forsythe’s performance of Warrior of Beauty proclaims the idea of accepting oneself, one’s own dance, physiology and natural passion.

 

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