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Picture: Bart Vermaercke
Fruits of Labor by Miet Warlop
Picture: Bart Vermaercke
Picture: Peter Hoennemann
Fruits of Labor by Miet Warlop
Picture: Peter Hoennemann
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“Fruits of Labor” represents a mixture of performance, concert and visual art, a revue of songs and dances around a constantly transforming, awkwardly oversized white cube. The audience is plunged into a glowing mixture of light, colours, sounds and emotions. At some point the whole space seems to be an instrument. For all its lunacy, this psychoactive parade of images and objects is also the artistic reaction to a world that is falling apart. A reaction that positions its own glittering chaos against control and restriction. “What else can be an alternative to plain reality than trying to grasp the soul of things?” Miet Warlop asks.
Trailer Fruits of Labor
Past dates
March 2017, September 2017
50 minutes
Concept, direction and performance
Miet Warlop
Music and performance
Tim Coenen, Seppe Cosyns, Joppe Tanghe, Wietse Tanghe
Assisted by
Barbara Vackier, Ian Gyselinck, Sander Vos
Costumes
Sofie Durnez, Karolien Nuytens, An Breugelmans
Technical direction
Hugh Roche Kelly
Sound technique
Saul Mombaerts, Bart van Hoydonck
Light design
Henri Emmanuel Doublier
Production leader
Seppe Cosyns
Production coordination
Elke Vanlerberghe
Thanks to
Ballet C de la B (Gent), Stijn Kenens, Bram Coeman, Michiel Dasseville, Karel Vanhooren, Pieter Jan Coppejans, Michiel De Wilde, Danai Anesiadou, Nicolas Provost, Stephen Dewaele, Michiel Goedertier, Arlette Goethals, Sparks-efx, Paul Warlop, Geert Viaene, Koen Demeyere
Production: Irene Wool vzw. (Ghent). Coproduction: Kunstenfestivaldesarts (Brussels), Vooruit (Ghent), BUDA (Kortrijk), La Villette (Paris), PACT Zollverein (Essen), La Bâtie (Geneva), Gessnerallee (Zurich), International Summer Festival Kampnagel (Hamburg), Dublin Theatre Festival, NXTSTP with support from the Culture Program of the European Union. With support of: Beursschouwburg (Brussels), the Flemish Authorities, City of Ghent, City of Erlangen.