In the panel discussion “The Aftermaths of a masked World” , focusing on what it means to be an artist these days, we start our conversation with the following observation: “It seems that the real struggle of culture is to formulate a new perception beyond the fixed labels of power and domination. An ecological as well as a human discourse. Culture and thought must renew themselves outside of the inherited structures of the current economic, political and social structures.“ Simultaneous translation available FR/EN. ( Photo couch Michael Gaida) (Photo wall tama66)
Peggy Olislaegers (1966) is a dancer, dramaturg and dance activist, working in hiphop, contemporary dance and ballet. She became an established adviser during her directorship of the Dutch Dance Festival (2010-2016), co-created innovative European projects like Act Your Age and Performing Gender, and has advised choreographers in the United Kingdom, Italy, Germany, France, Belgium, Taiwan and the Netherlands. She has been Artistic Associate of dance company Rambert/London, and is Associate on Research and Development of Dutch National Ballet.
Live festival and events reservoir of all performances, cultural multidisciplinary multicultural discourse.
Coming soon !