ISABEL   BURR   RATY

Performing & Acting

BELGIUM BRUSSELS - artist in MAPping by KVS

  

Tour KVS June - Het TheaterFestival September 2017

Location Brussels

Lenght 2´40

In MAPping, we uncover the traces of unusual users: of makers, artists from an array of different disciplines, an array of different artistic circles, and multiple generations. Along with them, we discover and rediscover the connective tissue of the city with all the more warmth and feeling. Each in his or her own way, the artists map their city; their home. We jump into their skin and stroll with them through their lives and stories in Brussels.

 

Bio-Twirling @ Park Maximilian & WTC

In MAPping Isabel Burr Raty invites the audience of participants to go beyond the topographical and historical frontiers that define our own “tribalism”. To enter into the void of our inner and outer territories, mobilizing our bodies into a common – twirl against the clock –, in order to flirt with the mystery that makes all interspecies co-habit in this world. In a playful game and through the parcours of a visual installation, Isabel opens an intimate universe, where the abject becomes a pulse between freedom and domination, mirroring the chaotic and surrealist fragility that you may find imprinted in the landscapes of Brussels.

by & with Isabel Burr Raty, Amira Daoudi, Didier De Neck, Roland Dumbi-Kabangu, Junior Mthombeni, Gerardo Salinas, Omar Semati, Angela Tillieu Olodo, Benjamin Vandewalle, Pitcho Womba Konga, Didier De Neck, Marianne Hansé, Ditte Van Brempt

PRODUCTION KVS & MESTIZO ARTS PLATFORM COPRODUCTION PIANOFABRIEK CITYLAB & THEATRE DE GALAFRONIE

 

by & with Isabel Burr Raty, Amira Daoudi, Didier De Neck, Roland Dumbi-Kabangu, Junior Mthombeni, Gerardo Salinas, Omar Semati, Angela Tillieu Olodo, Benjamin Vandewalle, Pitcho Womba Konga Galafronie Didier De Neck, Marianne Hansé, Ditte Van Brempt Pianofabriek Citylab Harry Sacré, Samira Hmouda, Angela Tillieu Olodo KVS Donald Berlanger, Laurence De Lafontaine, Heidi Ehrhart, Inge Floré, Lien Stas, Max Stuurman technique Lieven Symaeys production manager Nadia El Mahi Video Delphine Somers Audioguide editing Angela Tillieu Olodo, Max Stuurman

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SAO LUIS-PORTUGAL - acting in EMPATHY 4.0 by Minerva Hernandez

Isabel acted for the film that is projected in this performance, shot under water in Sao Luis Portugal

 

Empathy 4.0 is an internal journey through the otherness. A ritual in front of the individualized contemporary way of being that exhausts the body. An effort to expose interdependent affects and energies, by using technological performative dispositives that amplify collaborative gestures in a co-creative and transnational way.

 

Minerva Hernandez is a transdisciplinary Mexican artist. Her work focus is in the collective memory, the relationship between bodies, technology, science, poetry and vitality. She is honorary member in the National system of creators Mexico since 2010 and is a research member in Art Science research center of UNAM. She founded Translab Mexico – performing arts and technology where she worked for more than 15 years. She is currently director of Bioscenica performing company.

Support

National Art Fund​Mexico & Cultivamos Cultura Portugal

By Minerva Hernández in collaboration with Myriam Beutelspacher, Alejandro Ortiz, Ezequiel Steinman, Gloria Mendoza, Martin Bakero, Silvia Ábalos, Maximiliano Wille, Isabel Burr Raty, Nicolás Ortega, Lourdes Roth, Mauro Herrera, Cristian Delgado, Elisa Matilde, Guillaume Dumas, Stéphanie Boubli, Sebastián Pasquel, Xalik Ortiz, XX019 Motto, Thamara Cruz, Luis Leiva, Cándido Capilla, Maël Capilla, Maja Smrekar, Izzy Tweedie, Adam Zaretysky, Kira DeCoudres, Jon Garf, Will Blair, Estela Violeta, Ernesto Romero

TOUR AUGUST 2017

Casa Nacional Bicentenario Buenos Aires, Argentina

La Société de Curiosités Paris

FESTINA LENTE, Sao Luis Alentejo, Portugal

Cultivamos Cultura MONTRAS ´17, Sao Luis, Portugal

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BELGIUM BRUSSELS - performer in 11th Hour by Random Screen

  

May 20th 2017

Location & Support ZSenne Art Lab Brussels

9 Artists come together for 11 hours to create a performance on the theme of Resistance. The audience is invited to visit the gallery through out the day and witness the creation in its process or and olso to join at 23:00hrs. when the final “11th Hour- Resistance” performance is presented.

 

 

 

Featuring Davis Freeman, Sabine Molenaar , Aida Moreno (Jai Du), Gertjan E. G. Biasino, Isabel Burr Raty, Gašper Piano, Una McKevitt. Victor Schmidt Guezennec & special guests.

FRANCE - actress in LA CICATRICE DE L'AME NOIRE 

a film by Antonio de Santos

Like a revelation, the otherness develops in the psychosis of individualisation. Guided by the pain of existing, Bruna seeks for her body and engages in a spiritual journey.

 

PREMIERED 14 JANUARY 2019 - Cine Arte Alameda Santiago Chile

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With Isabel Burr (Bruna), Antonio Avila, Camilla de Santos Genre

Photography Christian Bamale

Music composition Jack Belsen
Editing  Erwin Scheel

Sound Cristobal Montes

B&W · Year 2017 · 1h 12min
Language French

BELGIUM BRUSSELS - performer in SITTING WITH THE BODY 24/7

     by Heike Langsdorf

Tour 08-15 Jan 2015 - Burning Ice Festival/Kaaitheatre

Location Munt Centrum, Brouckère Square / Wolvengracht 5, Brussels - Belgium

 

A small group of people retreats into a shop window in the city centre for a week. They perform ordinary activities there: sitting, lying, walking, standing, making things, seeing, dancing and speaking. At the same time, Sitting with the Body 24/7 relates to an urban environment and the possible disruptions it may bring. The passer-by is invited to participate in this paradoxical retreat in public space by watching the actions or by entering the space and carrying them out themselves.
 

Concept, development and realization Heike Langsdorf Production radical_hope, Hiros (Brussel) Support VGC Brussels, Atrium, apass, Bains Connective, nadine, Sacrofilms, Shiatsu Dojo Bruxelles, shopshop, ZSenne artlab Co-production Kaaitheater,VrijstaatO.

 

FULL CREDITS + INFO HERE

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