“This kind of spectacle, so original, creative, elegiac, multidisciplinary, so wholly different of contemporary dance and of the complete theatre history of the past centuries that another word than ‘dance’ should be invented to describe this performance, unless ‘dance’ comprises every truly living spectacle”.
(Jean-Gabriel NANCEY, Effet d’art: nudité, enfin!, in Danse. European dance news (Paris), n°270, 2012, p. 55)
Blondes have no soul dance for silence and whiteness, solo. Since 2002
Support for ‘Blondes have no soul’ in 2000, date of its creation
Kyoto Art Center: Artist in residence; Bunka-cho (Japanese Ministery of Culture); Flemish Ministery of Culture; City of Ghent.
2011: France: L’Avant- Seine, Théâtre de Colombes, Paris
2006: Belgium: CC Menen, CC Evergem
Royal Museum of Fine Arts, Antwerp: Gorge(l) exhibition
2004-05: Spanish tour in Cadiz, Seville, Madrid, Santiago de Compostela, Valladolid
series The Small House for Radical Art and ISTF / Ghent
2004: France, Paris: Théâtre de la Cité Internationale and Théâtre Choisy Le Roi. IFOB, series
2003: France, Paris: Théâtre de la Cité Internationale
2002: Belgium ‘Kunstencentrum Belgie’, Hasselt; Poëziezomer in Watou (only the songs)
Théâtre Marni, Brussels, series
2001: creation in Kyoto Art Centre, Kyoto, and the ‘Flanders Centre’ in Osaka, series