ISABEL BURR RATY PERFORMING
With Isabel Burr (Bruna), Antonio Avila, Camilla de Santos Genre
B&W 75 mins
Premiered Cine Arte Alameda Santiago Chile 2019
The Scar is a French fiction entirely filmed based on fixed photographies and tells a psychoanalytic experience in which occurs a crisis between body and soul. This movie is an interior travel, an escape and a seek for existence through speech, image and sound. Inspired by the cinematographic gender called photo-roman. The Scar is a tribute by his author to the french director Chris Marker.
Photography Christian Bamale, Music composition Jack Belsen, Editing Erwin Scheel, Sound Cristobal Montes
Video shot under water in Sao Luis Portugal
With Isabel Burr Raty
Support by National Art Fund Mexico & Cultivamos Cultura Portugal
Premiered Casa Bicentenario Buenos Aires
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 tools that amplify collaborative gestures in a co-creative and transnational way.
11TH HOUR RESISTANCE (BE)
Produced by Random Screen
Supported by ZSenne art lab Brussels
Location & Support ZSenne Art Lab Brussels
Nine Artists come together for 11 hours to create a performance on the theme of Resistance. The audience is invited to visit the gallery throughout the day and witness the creation in its process or 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
SITTING WITH THE BODY BY HEIKE LANGSDORF (BE)
Produced by Raidical_hope & Hiros Brussels
Co-produced by Kaaitheater & Vrijstaat O
Supported by VGC Brussels, Atrium, apass, Bains Connective, nadine, Sacrofilms, Shiatsu Dojo BX, shopshop, Zsenne artlab
2015 Burning Ice Festival Kaaitheatre at Munt Centrum, Brouckère Square Brussels
A small group of people retreats into a shop window in the city centre for a week. By tracing and acknowledging physical perceptions and intentions, the performers try to give voice to what usually lies hidden in the human body. At the same time, Sitting with the Body 24/7 relates to an urban environment and the possible disruptions it may bring.