LEGO
By Thomas Proksch

Sunday 19 November, at 3 pm

 

LEGO is a performance conceived by Thomas Proksch in the frame of his residency at the Boghossian Foundation. Presented in two bricks (parts), it includes a phonic meditation in form of a live DJ set of 60min. LEGO is a compilation of virtual space, capturing shadows, rendering consciousness and other uncertain ceremonies.

In a zone of nothingness and everything, where sensibility is evoked and endlessly recognized, where there are no names, rules, boundaries or definitions___Yves Klein.
The future is wireless.

Thanks to Boghossian Foundation, Asad Raza, Rocio Marano, Michael Helland and all the other fairys who made this residency and process possible___Thomas Proksch

 

Thomas Proksch (de)constructs along the borders of physicality, vocal improvisation, sound composition and djing.
He is co-founder and member of the art`nb doomwhop collective BOYZ IN THE WOODS together with the Artists Gael Cleinow, Justin Kennedy and Balz Isler. Interpret in different artworks of Tino Sehgal, This Variation, Yet Untitled, Kiss,… (Documenta 13 Kassel, Venice Biennale 2013, Martin Gropius Bau Berlin 2015,…), he also collaborated with numerous choreographer/ directors in different theatre and dance productions (Betrayal directed by Mesut Arslan, Toneelhuis Antwerp, Amateur Theatre Group of  Micha Goldbergs, Volksroom Brussels).Proksch was selected for a danceweb scholarship for Impusltanz Festival 2013, mentored by Ivo Dimchev.
He is DJ T#0T#0 and generates experimental sounds and bits as G O D M E D A L.. He composed music for a group choreography of the dancer Arkadi Zahires (Dance Biennale Venice 2013) and for NOISE by Edivaldo Ernesto/ Judith Sanchez Ruiz (tanzhouse festival Salzburg 2016).

Informations

BOGHOSSIAN FOUNDATION – VILLA EMPAIN
Centre for art and dialogue between the cultures of the East and the West
Avenue Franklin Roosevelt 67
B – 1050 Brussels

Price : 10€
Free for the members of the Circle of the Villa
4€ for students under 26

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