with AMELIA EHRHARDT (TO)
Co-presented with FLUID FEST
Wednesday, October 12, 1:30-4:30pm
DJD Dance Centre
$45 Drop-in, $36 Pre-registered
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There is no magic formula, when it comes to create.
How to shape and conduct our vessels of motion in order to serve an idea?
There are no clear answers, only questions.
Creating is all about asking the right questions.
The method of creating is related to the art of asking questions.
Lisbeth Gruwez (°Kortrijk, Belgium 1977) started classical ballet at the age of 6 and in 1991 she was admitted at the ‘Stedelijk Instituut voor Ballet' in Antwerp where she could combine a professional dance education with high school. Afterwards she studied contemporary dance at P.A.R.T.S. .She started her professional career with Ultima Vez, in the Pasolini Project Of Heaven and Hell and Away From Sleeping Dogs with Iztock Kova. Since 1999 Lisbeth Gruwez has been working with Jan Fabre, performing in As Long As the World Needs a Warrior's Soul , followed by Je suis sang, the production for the Cour d'Honneur in Avignon. In 2001 she starred in Pierre Coulibeuf's film Les Guerriers de la beauté about Jan Fabre's work. In 2002 she starred in Images of Affection for Needcompany|Jan Lauwers. A year later Lisbeth worked with Grace Ellen Barkey in Few Things and Cry Me a River by Riina Saastamoinen. Still in 2003 she danced in Foi , which was a production by Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui. In 2004 Jan Fabre created for and with her Quando l'uomo principale è una donna. She also participated in the installation Origine along with Peter Verhelst.