Llum is on tour all season long, until the first signs of spring!
By taking the work of light out of the shadows, Llum sculpts and reveals what usually does not show itself.
Light becomes a playfull element of interaction and relationship.
Favorite of the Press at “Rencontres Théâtre jeune public” of Huy in 2021, Llum is a dance show, accessible to children from 5 years old, in which body and light became objects of a singular visual theater. The choreographer Caroline Cornelis and the light designer Frédéric Vannes provides an open invitation to discover their unusual duo in which light leads the dance, sculpts, reveals, becomes alternately a character, an ally and an element of play and relationship.
You can see the show in Belgium from January 15 to 19 at L’Eden – Centre culturel de Charleroi and from January 23 to 25 at Théâtre de la Montagne Magique in Brussels, as well as in France: February 6 and 7 at Maison Jacques Prévert in Dieppe and March 20 to 25 at Théâtre Antoine Vitrez in Paris.
Created by Caroline Cornélis and Frédéric Vannes, Llum is a coproduction of Charleroi Danse – Centre Chorégraphique de Wallonie-Bruxelles.
The call for applications is now closed! We are pleased to announce that we have received 114 applications from eleven different artistic disciplines for the Belgium’s LIBITUM residency programme 2023, which will take place from 4 to 25 June in the Gaume.
Thank you for your participation!
The jury is currently analysing your applications before meeting a pre-selection of artists for an interview on the 13 | 14 | 15 | 20 | 21 | 22 of February. If you have applied, you can save the date!
The final selection for this first edition of 2023 will be announced in early March.
Throughout this season, the Ad Lib team is hosting a selection of artists from the Wallonia-Brussels Federation in writing and research residency.
We are pleased to present the artists who will be with us the beginning of 2023 and until late spring:
Angèle Baux Godard
Astrid de Toffol