Posts Tagged ‘Belgium’

INUK/MIF

In the car park of Manchester Communication Academy in Harpurhey, Belgian company Studio ORKA have constructed a bespoke enclosed set for their performance of INUK, a play that looks at loneliness and being forever on the move. This is part of Manchester International Festival’s year-round programme of engagement with new family audiences. Carl owns a… Continue Reading →

FLARE17: Sprachspiel

Sprachspiel by L’hommmm/Mats Van Herreweghe and Geert Belpaeme (Belgium) FLARE17 arrives at the Royal Exchange with Sprachspiel. Sprachspiel is a performance on the line between art and philosophical experiment. Showing how communication emerges out of play, not out of understanding, the performance was inspired by Austrian philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein’s idea that language does not need clear-cut concepts… Continue Reading →