Biennale programme 2022
Filtered on: Circus
CREATING PERFORMANCES FOR YOUNG AUDIENCES WHO HAVE THE MOST BARRIERS TO ACCESS
Workshops for actors and dancers with Ellie Griffiths (UK) and Natasha Gilmore (SCT-UK)
DIGITAL LEAP - CREATING AND SHARING DIGITAL KNOWLEDGE IN ARTISTIC PRODUCTION
Creating and sharing digital knowledge in artistic production. Digital Leap offers a training programme and free learning resources – Cookbooks – for circus and dance professionals who are interested in deepening th ...
Moln is a circus performance imbued with music and inspired by the life and work of legendary Swedish poet Karin Boye. Its framework is the tale of a collection of individuals living at each other’s mercy in a sort ...
Playful Tiger is for children and young people with complex needs such as autism. It tells the story of a tiger’s visit to a rigid family home where he turns their world upside down. It’s chaotic but brilliantly fun ...
WOW, WHAT WILL HAPPEN NEXT?
Performance dramaturgy in contemporary circus The “wow-effect” is great in the genre of circus.The artists are risking their lives before us, the comic of the scene surprises and the human potential is strained m ...