How do we continue to engage? What does it mean to be an audience these days? An observer? A witness? How are audience members perceiving our artistic actions, and how is that influencing the artistic decision making? How Can we inspire each other, yet not be afraid to be lost in translation? How do both audience members and artists take risks? 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.
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