Jérôme Bel (France)
Nov 2–3 2016
“A mischievously entertaining conceptualist who is less interested in movement than in messing with your head.” Sanjoy Roy, The Guardian
Taking the stage: the body in all its objective simplicity and functionality.
A rare showing of one of Jérôme Bel’s earliest and most controversial works. Four performers deconstruct the theatrics of dance with minimal movement, nudity, and shadow.
Previous Fringe Shows: Gala, The show must go on, Pichet Klunchun and myself, and Cédric Andrieux.
$20.30 (member) Join before you buy!
$15 (student and 25-and-under)
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Photos: Herman Sorgeloos