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WIM VANDEKEYBUS

Evolution and Revolution within you as an empathic dance performer

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  • Date: 05/07 to 09/07

SYNOPSIS 

I am fascinated with the “uniqueness “of people. A performer with personality catches the eye. Technique, training and talent are a plus in the professional world of the stage, but personality, freshness, humor and empathy make the difference. No matter how many hours a day we invest in becoming performers, the “origins of theatre” as the art of understanding or feeling what another person is experiencing can never be bypassed. This is the capacity of understanding physical affection or passion.

BIO 

Wim Vandekeybus (1963) is a choreographer, dancer, filmmaker and photographer. He founded his dance company Ultima Vez in the mid-eighties. He made a remarkable artistic debut with What the body does not remember (1987). The performance won a Bessie, an award granted for groundbreaking work. A central focus in his work is the irreconcilable conflict between body and mind, feeling and intellect, man and woman, nature and culture, man and animal, group and individual, illusion and reality.

SYNOPSIS 

I am fascinated with the “uniqueness “of people. A performer with personality catches the eye. Technique, training and talent are a plus in the professional world of the stage, but personality, freshness, humor and empathy make the difference. No matter how many hours a day we invest in becoming performers, the “origins of theatre” as the art of understanding or feeling what another person is experiencing can never be bypassed. This is the capacity of understanding physical affection or passion.

BIO 

Wim Vandekeybus (1963) is a choreographer, dancer, filmmaker and photographer. He founded his dance company Ultima Vez in the mid-eighties. He made a remarkable artistic debut with What the body does not remember (1987). The performance won a Bessie, an award granted for groundbreaking work. A central focus in his work is the irreconcilable conflict between body and mind, feeling and intellect, man and woman, nature and culture, man and animal, group and individual, illusion and reality.

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