Jasmina Douieb and Lara Hubinont play transformist demiurges and revisit Greek cosmology with humour and poetry with Kosmos, an object theatre show, accessible from 6 years old.
Inspired by the Greco-Roman cosmogony, Kosmos will question our place in the cosmos. Mixing the ancient and the new, the mythological and the technological, the show take children on a journey through one of the founding stories of our society. We will explore questions about the infinity of our universe, the mystery surrounding creation, and the importance of stories as material to think and dream about the world.
Like apprentice goddesses, the actresses play at being creators of the world. The transformation and misuse of objects will tell the story of the continuous metamorphoses between the divine and human, human and animal, plant and divine, etc…
After Stoel and 10:10, Caroline Cornélis continues her research work with a new project for a dancer and a light manipulator, accessible from the age of 3.
Between fascination and fear, shadow and light, Llum invites us into an imaginary and poetic world.
Nyash Co. takes the viewer on a journey between the very small, the tiny and the very large. By bringing the work of light out of the shadows, Llum sculpts and reveals what usually does not show itself. Light becomes an element of play, interaction and relationship. I dance with it. Can I climb it, crush it, maybe even eat it?