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PROGRAMME
21   septembre   > 21   octobre   2017
TRANSCRIPTION
Flore Herman, Sara Sampelayo & Anne Thuot

27   septembre   > 1   octobre   2017
SIGNAL #6
L'ART DU RASSEMBLEMENT

CIFAS

4   > 6   octobre   2017
SÉMINAIRE DRAMATURGIE. DES DÉBUTS UNE DURÉE, #1
Camille Louis

7   octobre   2017
LES PETITS GOÛTERS DE LA POÉSIE
Élodie Antoine & Aliette Griz

9   > 14   octobre   2017
SHO-ICHIDÔ - AVANT LA MUSIQUE
Kenzo Tokuoka, Quintijn Ketels & Aline Breucker

20   octobre   2017
IMAGENARY MACHINES
Danae Theodoridou

21   octobre   2017
(RE)IMAGINING THE SOCIAL
Danae Theodoridou, Guy Königstein, Rudi Laermans, Feiko Beckers & Jonas Rutgeerts

23   octobre   > 4   novembre   2017
PIKI PIKI
Djino Alolo Sabin

23   octobre   > 10   novembre   2017
VACANCES VACACANCE
Ondine Cloez

25   octobre   2017
POÉSIE : ORALITÉ, ÉCRITURE ET PERFORMANCE EN INDONÉSIE
Godi Suwarna, Zubaidah Djohar, Tan Lioe le, Laurence Vielle +++

2   novembre   > 2   décembre   2017
IMMANENCES
Arnaud Pirault

3   novembre   2017
PIKI PIKI
Djino Alolo Sabin

6   > 25   novembre   2017
UNSAID, UNSEEN, UNDEAD
Diederik Peeters

8   novembre   2017
AU-DELÀ DE L'IMAGE
ACTUS +++

9   novembre   2017
DIEDERIK PEETERS
CHRISTIAN CHELMAN


13   novembre   > 9   décembre   2017
TUMULTE
Les soeurs H

16   novembre   2017
DIEDERIK PEETERS
HAUNTED MACHINES


18   novembre   2017
LES PETITS GOÛTERS DE LA POÉSIE
Mathilde Laroque & Jean-François Lejeune

21   novembre   2017
TRAVESTY / TRADITION
Arco Renz, Intan Paramaditha, Norman Erikson Pasaribu, Didik Nini Thowok +++

23   > 24   novembre   2017
REMEMBERING 1918 - EAST AND CENTRAL EUROPEAN MODERNITY REBUILDING
Jana Navratova, Anna Hejmova, prof. Dariusz Kosinski, Dorota Sajewska PhD, Iulia Popovici & Dagmar Krocanova

28   novembre   > 2   décembre   2017
ON PREND DES MORCEAUX DE RÉEL ET ON SE LES PASSE
Antoine Defoort, Julien Fournet & Hans Bryssinck

4   > 16   décembre   2017
RATER ENCORE. RATER MIEUX (TITRE PROVISOIRE)
Hervé Piron & Eno Krojanker

9   décembre   2017
LES PETITS GOÛTERS DE LA POÉSIE
Marie Henry & Olivia Sautreuil

15   décembre   2017 > 13   janvier   2018
LA FACE B SIDE
SIMON SIEGMANN



Lettre d'information
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© I. Paramaditha, N. E. Pasaribu, J. L. Tanghe

21   novembre   2017
17:00 > 19:00
CCR :
TRAVESTY / TRADITION/ ARCO RENZ, INTAN PARAMADITHA, NORMAN ERIKSON PASARIBU, DIDIK NINI THOWOK +++

Cette activité se déroule en Anglais.

En collaboration avec Rainbowhouse, Tels Quels & Europalia Indonesia.

With more than 87% of the population considering themselves Muslim, Indonesia is by far the largest Muslim country in the world. However, the view on gender is not as set in stone as one might expect, and this diversity is able to survive despite the increasing religious pressure.

The most famous example is the five genders of the Buginese people in South Sulawesi. There are the makkunrai and oroané, women and men whose gender identity corresponds with their biological sex. There are calabai (“fake women”) and calalai (“fake men”), people born as biological men who take on the gender identity of a heterosexual woman, and vice versa. Transcending these four genders is the bissu, a powerful shaman who combines all the gender characteristics of men, women, calabai’s and calalai’s. The Buginese manage to marry this view on gender with their Muslim faith. One of the main tasks of the bissu is to bless the pilgrims on their way to Mecca.

Another example is the lengger fertility dance from Banyumas, that was until recently danced exclusively by men cross-dressing as women. The word lengger is a contraction of the words leng (vagina) and jengger (Adam’s apple).

Didik Nini Thowok, a master dancer from Java, Indonesia, is known throughout Indonesia for his unique style combining classical, folk, modern, and comedic dance forms. One of the few artists to continue the long Indonesian tradition of “Traditional Cross Gender“ in the dance form, Didik is renowned for his talent in impersonating female characters and for his skill in various dance traditions such as topeng (mask dance), Sundanese, Cirebon, Balinese, and of course Central Javanese. 

The choreographer and dancer Arco Renz came to PARTS after a career as an actor. He has since worked as a performer and assistant to Robert Wilson and as an assistant to Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker. As a specialist in the Indonesian contemporary dance scene, he has been chosen to curate the EUROPALIA INDONESIA performing arts programme. He is currently developing Monsoon, a series of research and performance platforms bringing together Asian and European artists.   

Intan Paramaditha has published several short story collections and a play in Indonesian. She has a PhD in film studies and a BA in English literature. Her research focuses on media, cultural activism, and sexual politics in the convergence and tension between national and cosmopolitan trajectories.

 

Norman Erikson Pasaribun is an emerging poet and short story writer. His sophisticated narratives and lyrics give a voice to the silenced world of the LGBT community in Indonesia. His anthology of poetry won the Jakarta Arts Council in 2015

 

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