14 October 2016—15 January 2017
2—5 March 2017
HAU - Hebbel am Ufer,
Berlin, Germany
13—18 March 2017
12—19 April 2017
Totem Centre Theatre Lab,
Kherson, Ukraine
12 May 2017
Théâtre des Quatre Saisons,
Gradignan, France
29 May 2017
Set in Motion
10—11 June 2017
Exclusive Access
Symposium, Research Pavilion, Venice Biennale,
Venice, Italy
15 June—15 September 2017
La Casa Encendida,
Madrid, Spain
30 June—2 July 2017
HAU - Hebbel am Ufer,
Berlin, Germany
30 August—2 September 2017
9 September 2017
10 October 2017
Festival International des Arts de Bordeaux Métropole,
Espace Culturel du Bois fleuri, Lormont, France
20 October 2017
VIE Festival,
Modena, Italy
23 October 2017
Choreography in Action
Dansehallerne,
Copenhagen, Denmark
17—18 November 2017
HAU - Hebbel am Ufer,
Berlin, Germany
17 November 2017
HAU Hebbel am Ufer,
Berlin, Germany
4—9 December 2017
Transmarcations
14—16 December 2017
Les Subsistances,
Lyon, France
The empathetic view in the theater

For all our Flemish and Dutch speaking friends, the Belgian magazine Etcetera has released an article by theater scholar Esther Tuypens discussing the use of empathy in performing arts. The article analyzes mechanisms of emotional identification in Arkadi Zaides’ creation Archive as well as in Milo Rau’s Empire. It is available online

25 February 2019

How can we rethink the documentary in art in terms of content, form and method? The School of Speculative Documentary is an interdisciplinary space for an ​encounter that seeks to question the documentary act. Creators take the floor to discuss uncertainty and guesswork, to confront the unfixable holes in their work and the messiness of reality.

Usages Géopolitiques Des Images

What influence do images have on migration policies? How do dictatorial regimes produce their imagery? Is there an ethical way to document war zones? USAGES GÉOPOLITIQUES DES IMAGES is a new publication that sets to examine these issues through the works of various contemporary artists. The book compiles the writing of twelve contributors, among them is Frédéric Pouillaude, whose essay examines  Zaides' practice over the past years.