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Guided walk – Pour commencer, tout en perception.
Discover the history of dance in a playful and interactive way and explore unique places in Brussels with the mobile application Si t’y danses-balades urbaines! At each step of the walk, a quote about dance appears on your smartphone, revealing a poetic, political or social dimension of this art of movement. After placing the quote […]
Partage de lectures en mouvement
To develop reading in movement and to allow the tuning of the word to the motion. A book will be proposed for appropriation in order to nourish the articulation between orality and movement. In solo, duo or collective, this intergenerational workshop proposes to share a moment of reading of writings on dance. The perceptions and […]
How to talk about dance in school?
How to talk about dance and its historical developments? How can we de-dramatize its approach for a wide audience, and more particularly for school classes? And inversely, how to use dance to address questions that touch on school subjects. These recurring questions have led Charleroi Danse, in partnership with Contredanse, to develop an educational package […]
Re.Dancing – playing the movement
Re.Dancing is a participative installation born from research led by Contredanse with the American choreographer Lisa Nelson. Two joysticks and a screen. Through this simple device, participants are invited to revisit images of choreographic pieces. The workshop proposes to go from movement to installation and vice versa. Explore movement through simple actions such as slowing […]
Le Goûter des Éditions
Giving voice to dancers, transmitting their knowledge, offering resources, these are the challenges that Contredanse Editions has been working on for thirty years. This goûter is an opportunity to gather around books, those you read, those you would like to read and those we make. Come and share your questions, interests and research topics. Together […]
Mapping the dance field
The Réseau des Arts Chorégraphiques – RAC and Contredanse organize in partnership with the University of Brussels (ULB) and Iles/ Artist Project, a one day workshop to map the dance sector in the Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles and more widely in Belgium. What do we want to do on this day? > to identify and make visible all the actors related […]
Trisha Brown, look from the body
A conversation in images, words and movement American dancer, choreographer and visual artist Trisha Brown (1936-2017) could have stuck to her training in modern dance, but the times and her radical nature made her evade her learning to gradually weave a personal language from the laws of physics, the intelligence of the body, the liberated imagination and […]