Performatik17 for Professionals

Professional reservations

Please send your accreditation request to festival@kaaitheater.be. Attached you can find a form suggesting various 'parcours' or routes combining several performances and exhibitions per day. You can either fill in the form and e-mail it to us, or simply send us your wish list.

Note that a lot of performances have a limited capacity, so we strongly encourage you to send us your application in time. Application forms are handled in order of reception. Entrance is guaranteed only after you have been sent a confirmation e-mail by us. We offer free tickets to professionals only (curators, directors, programmers) and for a maximum of 2 performances - any supplementary tickets will be charged at the professional rate.

 

On Performatik17

From March 24 to April 1, Performatik17 will be entering the intriguing twilight zone where artists tinker with the codes of visual arts and performing arts. For this fifth edition of Performatik, Kaaitheater is joining forces with 13 partners across Brussels, ranging from renowned venues to small scale artists' organisations, specialising in either live arts, the visual arts or both. They all contribute their own expertise.

Performatik17 presents works by more than 40 artists on 20 locations throughout the city: black boxes, white cubes and the streets of Brussels.

Alioum Moussa & Maarten Vanden Eynde | Benjamin Vandewalle | Charlemagne Palestine | DD Dorvillier | Dorothea Von Hantelmann | Feiko Beckers | Felix Ott & Bahar Temiz | Filip Berte | Grace Schwindt | Hedwig Houben | Ieva Misevičiūtė | Inka Meißner & Nora Kapfer | Ivo Dimchev | Kate McIntosh | Laure Prouvost | Lotte van den Berg & Daan 't Sas | Maarten Seghers | Kristof Van Gestel/Manoeuvre & Heike Langsdorf | Mario Merz | Meg Stuart/Damaged Goods, Jeroen Peeters, Jozef Wouters | Mette Edvardsen | Miet Warlop | Müge Yilmaz | Ola Maciejewska | Orla Barry | Philippe Quesne/Münchner Kammerspiele | Pieter Van den Bosch | Rabih Mroué & Hito Steyerl | Robbert&Frank Frank&Robbert | Romy Rüegger & Deena Abdelwahed | Tim Etchells & Ant Hampton | Trajal Harrell | Yves Klein

Performatik17 is organized by Kaaitheater in association with Argos, Beursschouwburg, Boghossian Foundation - Villa Empain, BOZAR, Cultureel Centrum Strombeek, Centrale for Contemporary Art, Enough Room for Space, Muntpunt, Passa Porta, Q-02, Wiels, workspacebrussels & ZSenne art lab.

The curators of Performatik17 are Katleen Van Langendonck & Esther Severi (Kaaitheater), Rolf Quaghebeur (Argos), Tom Bonte & Helena Kritis (Beursschouwburg), Asad Raza (Boghossian Foundation - Villa Empain), Sophie Lauwers, Ingrid De Ketelaere & Christel Tsilibaris (BOZAR), Luk Lambrecht (Cultureel Centrum Strombeek), Carine Fol (Centrale for Contemporary Art), Maarten Vanden Eynde, Marjolijn Dijkman (Enough Room for Space), Jurgen Waegeman (Muntpunt), Piet Joostens (Passa Porta), Julia Eckhardt (Q-02), Zoë Gray & Caroline Dumalin (Wiels), Marnix Rummens (workspacebrussels), Luc Emiel Rooman (ZSenne art lab).

Contact us
festival@kaaitheater.be Tue > Fri - 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., Kaaitheater
festival@kaaitheater.be Tue > Fri - 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., Kaaitheater
About Kaaitheater

Kaaitheater is a stage for dance, theatre, performance, music and debate in Brussels, set in a dynamic part of the city in full development. Founded in 1977 as a pioneer of innovative performing arts, this house has grown into a platform for both work by artists of the Flemish Wave and new generations of performing artists. From Brussels to international, from small to large venues, and just as well in the squares and the streets, where urban and global themes are tangible.

Over the coming years the team from Kaaitheater will, under the motto How to Be Many?, make room for a broad spectrum of stories, perspectives, artists and audiences, so we can learn to better reflect the city's many voices. This is why we are handing over some of our own resources to organisations and groups that are still not visible enough on the Brussels stages, with the invitation to make their own artistic programmes and thus make their voices louder.

Furthermore, we are charting new paths around debate, education and participation, opening the way to co-ownership by artists, Brussels residents and many audiences. 

Along the canal that connects our two locations Kaaitheater and the Kaaistudios, the activities of Kaai move with the times, stimulate social and artistic debates and embrace the diverse performing arts of today. Welcome!

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