Trip The Light: INTERCONTINENTAL DRIFTS
SAT 20th June 2015  |  8 p.m.-11 p.m.
June's Trip The Light edition celebrates how the independent dance world is borderless and boundariless.

It navigates, travels, networks and connects in unconventional ways.

We are very lucky to be able to host the artists that are part of this programme.

Francesca Foscarini and Ruri Mitoh are here as part of the culmination of our pilot collaboration with Masdanza festival. Lea Tirabasso is based in between the Uk and Luxembourg, Sung Im Her is based in Belgium.

Its an exquisitely international PROGRAMME.

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PROGRAMME

SUNG-IM HER YOU ARE OK (work in progress)

The starting point of this work was interviewing immigrants who have lived outside of their country for a long time. Sung-Im asks herself: Does their story move my body, or is my body making a story? ?And how can I express their emotion inexorably without my own interpretation,.How can their story and mine meet?

Sung-Im Her is born in South Korea, she studied at PARTS and since then worked with Jan Fabre, Alias, Les ballets C de la B, Abattoir Ferme, Needcompany together with making her own work

Supported by school Van GaFriendlyasbeek(BE)

LEA TIRABASSO LOVE ME TENDER

Love me tender is a secret history of two loving souls. It unravels the hidden sides of their minds and the depths of their bitter and yet oh so sweet fantasies.

Co-produced by TROIS C-L, Luxembourg

RURI MITOH ESQUISSE

Esquisse is Winner of the MASDANZA-EU Award 2014 at The Yokohama Dance Collection EX Festival and Winner of the Jury Prize for Best Solo at the 19th Edition of MasDanza

Ruri, is travelling all the way from Japan. She says:“This piece is a sketch of myself, and it also shows the process of sketching myself . The process continues and this piece does not have an end as long as I live. I observe my body. Then, I redundantly sketch it and erase it”.

YASMEEN GODDER & FRANCESCA FOSCARINI GUT GIFT

Having won Equilibrio Award Rome 2013 for Best Performer, Francesca Foscarini invited Yasmeen Godder to create a solo on her.
The choreography plays with the undressing of a socially aware persona in order to expose instinctual animalistic and primal urges. These two pulling forces in the work trick us by playing with the way we perceive what is authentic and real.

Francesca Foscarini will be in residence at TripSpace from the 14th -19th of June working on her new piece: La Vocazione all'asimmetria . Foscarini's project in London was the result of a collaboration between TSP & The Italian Cultural Institute


photo Sang-Hyub Kim Sung-Im Her: Tuning (2014)