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If A, then C (2014) -  a Retina Dance Company production

/// If A, then C (2014)

If A, then C A new solo dance and live music project for Filip Van Huffel (Retina Dance Company) and Joris Vanvinckenroye (BASta!/Aranis).

If A, then C is the first solo dance performance for Van Huffel since 2003, and is stimulated by the recent death of both his parents and the visual work of his father/visual artist Ernest Van Huffel .

If A, then C is a contrasting saga that takes place between two instruments, the double bass and the body, a duet of pure emotion in an abstract framework. If A, then C starts from experience, identity, strength, letting go, loss, desire, change, new beginnings and sudden endings. C is only possible if A has taken place. “Condicio Sine Qua Non”, the absolute condition.

If A, then C is a clear deviation from the larger group works that Van Huffel and Vanvinckenroye produced in recent years. A physical, visual and acoustic assault on the senses, supported by a unique movement and musical language.

 "And then I felt sad because I realized that once people are broken in certain ways, they can not ever be fixed, and this is something nobody ever tells you when you are young and it never fails to surprise you as you grow older as you see the people in your life break one by one. You wonder when your turn is going to be, or if it's already happened " . Douglas Coupland , Life After God

If A
The show starts with an inquiring movement solo by Filip Van Huffel, in which he takes a closer look at recent emotional events in his personal life. If A, then C is a solo that is searching for dynamic solutions for emotional trials. A choreographic work in which he invests in a new movement quality opening a different physical perspective to him. He projects and surrounds himself with distorted sculptures of his father in contrast with a quirky use of space and dynamics.

B
The second part of If A, then C is an innovative bass solo by Joris Vanvinckenroye. A new step in the development of the sampling technique wherein the double bass is used as input for a total sound. All aspects of the timbre of the double bass remain central. The sound develops from small, intimate fragility to a full, physically and rhythmically driven sound that transcends the instrument of the double bass. Also in this solo is the sound derived from materials such as bluestone, granite, clay and paint.

then C
In part three of If A , then C, Van Huffel and Vanvinckenroye come together in a special combination. A constantly shifting space, filled with projection, movement and sound. A total experience that stimulates all the senses and that responds in an abstract manner to a range of emotions. This section looks for an interaction between the body and the instrument. How do they compare against each other in distance and emotion, colour and sound. Both artists deal with the same starting points but search for different solutions.

A thoughtful evening where two artists share their personal experiences in their own dynamic style.

Photography janashoot.com

Artists involved

  • Filip Van Huffel

    Filip Van Huffel

    Choreographer and Artistic Director

  • Joris Vanvinckenroye

    Joris Vanvinckenroye

    Composer

  • Andrew Hammond

    Andrew Hammond

    Lighting designer

Relative Danger (2008) • Production • Retina Dance Company
Relative Danger (2008) -  a Retina Dance Company production

/// Relative Danger (2008)

Relative Danger starts from a group photograph, an image that often hides more than it reveals. The smiles, focus and hand holding disguise the individuality of each, the personal characteristics that make us who we are. 

Created in ccbe, Belgium and Nottingham in autumn 2008, Retina created Relative Danger for audiences of all ages and experiences. The first set of dancers in this production were selected for a professional development project that guided them through a choreographic process, teacher training and performance. Relative Danger was the result of this process, and was followed by the full length production This is not a Body with the same dancers. Relative Danger was reconstructed with an all male cast in 2009.

After each 30-minute performance Retina led a lecture demonstration, an opportunity for the audience to create a mini dance performance on the company, witnessing a choreographic process. A chance to throw ideas at the dancers to create a one-off performance, and enjoy individual, bizarre and memorable moments from these talented dancers.

Relative Danger was made possible with support from Arts Council England, ccBe Antwerpen, Nottingham City Council and Artesis Hogeschool Antwerpen

Credits

Choreography
Filip Van Huffel
Music
Jules Maxwell
Dancers
Laure Bachelot, Rohanna Eade, Tory East, Stephen Moynihan, Matthew Slater
Dancers
Robert Guy, Steven Martin, Matthew Slater, Brian Tjon Tjauw Liem, Filip Van Huffel
Costume
Marta Wilgosiewicz
Lighting design
Andy Hammond
Overexposed (1999) • Production • Retina Dance Company

/// Overexposed (1999)

Overexposed is Filip Van Huffels only solo performance

Beginning with a photographic image, Overexposed progresses through its development and overexposure.

Commissioned by and premiered at the Cultuurcentrum Berchem in Antwerp Belgium

Credits

Choreography
Filip Van Huffel
Music
Sampled by Jules Maxwell from J.S Bach, Concertos for 3 and 4 Harpsichords
Dancers
Filip Van Huffel
Film
Junk TV
Freeze (2003) • Production • Retina Dance Company
Freeze (2003) -  a Retina Dance Company production

/// Freeze (2003)

A Dance for the Camera commission for BBC, ACE and NPO

FREEZE imagines what would happen in a world where bodies are frozen in suspended animation. Three bodies are at different stages of defrosting in a deep freezer unit which is observed by CCTV. A new arrival finds herself in the unit. Her energy infects the others and their bodies begin to recollect memories and thoughts, gathering speed and momentum, until once again the temperature begins to drop.

Credits

Choreography
Filip Van Huffel
Film
Lucy Cash
Music
Jules Maxwell
Dancers
James Flynn, Maho Ihara, Nadia Sellier, Filip Van Huffel
Production company
MJW productions
Gradient (2002) • Production • Retina Dance Company

/// Gradient (2002)

Gradient was created as a performance and education project for recent contemporary dance graduates. After leading an open audition for 150 graduates, six were selected for their creative and performance skills and their potential as teachers of dance.

For three weeks Retina worked in the studio with the new dancers and Retina’s existing company members James Flynn, Maho Ihara and Nadia Sellier, to create Gradient, a work based around the theme of the senses. Within this period the group also developed their movement efficiency and performative qualities with Laban/Bartenieff workshops and were given education training to develop teaching skills for leading company workshops aimed at schools and youth groups. The young professionals then had the opportunity to lead workshops in schools around London under the guidance of Retina and perform at three other London venues.

Gradient investigates the relationship between our nervous system and our natural ability to communicate without words through abstracted and theatrical notions related to our senses.

Gradient will stimulate your senses and awaken your imagination.

Credits

Choreography
Filip Van Huffel
Music
Jules Maxwell
Dancers
Leon Baugh, Claire Benson, James Flynn, Delphine Gaborit, Amalia Garcia, Maho Ihara, Kathryn Jackson, Nadia Sellier, Dan Watson
Lighting design
Sarah Gilmartin
X: (2002) • Production • Retina Dance Company

/// X: (2002)

X: is a surreal universe of games, wherin four contestants guide themselves through the unknown. In this skirmish, every players' skills of accuracy, speed, stillness, perseverance and commitment will be tested to the limit.

Inspired by game show fascination in our TV culture, X: explores what is real, and what is manipulation. The dancers are trapped in a game of survival, not knowing their purpose, but searching for the missing element in their lives. Is being infiltrated and indoctrinated with unreachable dreams part of our society?

Four dancers/contestants compete for X:, surrendering to the physical and mental tasks required for success. The pressure mounts throughout the piece, becoming more absurd and frantic, challenging the perception of the witness.

Credits

Choreography
Filip Van Huffel
Music
Steve Blake
Set
Jean Meirlaen
Dancers
Gildas Diquero, Maho Ihara, Nadia Sellier, Filip Van Huffel
Costume
Sara Baeten, Veerle Janssens
Lighting design
Sarah Gilmartin
Toxin (2001) • Production • Retina Dance Company

/// Toxin (2001)

An evening of contrasting purity,  two natural poisons played against each other - INKT and FUNGUS

INKT is a liquid environment where two bodies burst through space injecting the atmosphere with defensive provocation contradicted by a harmless intention. FUNGUS is acidic, vivid and clear. Four seemingly peaceful personalities, laced with potential poison. Their destructive force and raw explosiveness contradicts first impressions

TOXIN is funded by the Arts Council of England, The Flemish Government, London Arts and Southern Arts Board and supported by The Point Dance and Arts Centre, Eastleigh

Credits

Choreography
Filip Van Huffel and Sacha Lee
Music
Shrikanth Sriram
Dancers
Gildas Diquero, Maho Ihara, Nadia Sellier, Filip Van Huffel
Lighting design
Lucy Carter
Oxygenius (2000) • Production • Retina Dance Company
Oxygenius (2000) -  a Retina Dance Company production

/// Oxygenius (2000)

Locked in an experiment where the air is slowly sucked away. More than the physical, this is delirium, ecstasy and isolation

Oxygenius, a physical and emotional reflex of five individuals, stuck together in an environment devoid of oxygen. How does their brain respond? How do they function and interact?

The Arts Council of England, The Flemish Government, London Arts Board, North West Arts Board, Dance North West, Suffolk Dance, Dance 4, Greenwich Dance Agency, Kunstencentrum Vooruit, H.I.D.D., Lier and The Bury Met.

Credits

Choreography
Filip Van Huffel and Sacha Lee
Dancers
Sacha Lee, Rafael Linares Torres, Nadia Sellier, Filip Van Huffel
Music
Beat Halberschmidt and Dirk Berger
Lighting design
Lucy Carter
Set
Jean Meirlaen
Tweeling (1998) • Production • Retina Dance Company

/// Tweeling (1998)

We once were two, we two made one, we no more two, through life be one (Marjorie Wallace)

Using their distinct partnering vocabulary, Van Huffel and Lee reveal a journey towards a bizarre alliance.

Tweeling was made possible with financial support of The Flemish Government, Whitethorn Strategic Development and ABSA.

Credits

Choreography
Sacha Lee, Filip Van Huffel
Music
The Jules Maxwell Project featuring Nikki Kemp
Dancers
Sacha Lee, Filip Van Huffel
Lighting design
Lucy Carter
Hard Shoulder (1998) • Production • Retina Dance Company
Hard Shoulder (1998) -  a Retina Dance Company production

/// Hard Shoulder (1998)

Hard Shoulder was Retina's first full length work and also the first work to feature live music

Five dancers in a fantasy nerve centre, where no one can afford to lose their focus, or escape into their own dreamworld. This mad dream is like a perpetual desert, exploring the vastness of space versus the closeness of people, where frenzied individuals strive to achieve their goals, forced to collaborate or collapse. They are on a journey together where social conformity does not apply and where, like it or not, they are dependent on one another. 

Hard Shoulder particularly addressed specific visual and psychological themes found within the Road Movie Genre. Essentially, the notion of escape, leaving civilisation behind - the further one gets from society, the closer one gets to oneself. Solitude within a group situation will be examined along with the dynamics between potential strangers.

Hard Shoulder was made with support from the Flemish Government, Whitethorn Strategic Development and ABSA, Suffolk Dance, Dorset Dance Forum, DanceXchange, Kunstencentrum Vooruit and Dans in Kortrijk.

Credits

Choreography
Filip Van Huffel and Sacha Lee
Dancers
Natalie Ayton, Jia-Yu Chang, Ben Joiner, Sacha Lee, Filip Van Huffel
Music
The Jules Maxwell Project with Ken Haddock, Steve Jones, Jules Maxwell, David Tughan
Lighting design
Lucy Carter
Crave (1996) • Production • Retina Dance Company

/// Crave (1996)

Retina's second production and the first time for the choreographers to be joined by other dancers.

A frantic search for satisfaction

Four people - one strategy

Zest - seduction - realisation - discouragement

They return into a desperate desire for the unattainable

Crave was made possible with the assistance of Kunstencentrum Vooruit Gent, Belgium, The Place Choreodrome London and with financial support from Whitethorn Strategic Development and the British Council.

Credits

Choreography
Sacha Lee, Filip Van Huffel
Music
Kevin Volans, David Lang, Sainte-Colombe, .O.RANG
Dancers
Natalie Aldridge, Nanette Kincaid, Sacha Lee, Filip Van Huffel
Lighting design
Lucy Carter
Pit (1997) • Production • Retina Dance Company
Pit (1997) -  a Retina Dance Company production

/// Pit (1997)

Battled physiques, inspired by sculptures of the Italian sculpturer Alberto Giacommetti, move restless, with furious woven lines into a seedy, metal-cold labyrinth.

PIT creates an environment, without a sense for personalities or relationships, although they are aimed for in a world where nobody can sense the past, present or future, underground or above ground.

Stripped of protection, these sensitised beings are manipulated by their environment.

With each exhalation, PIT breathes a dynamic visual sensitivity interjected with wit, humour and adrenaline.

Credits

Choreography
Sacha Lee, Filip Van Huffel
Music
Simon Channon and Ged Barry of readymade™
Dancers
Natalie Aldridge, Sacha Lee, Filip Van Huffel
Lighting design
Lucy Carter
Costume
Sacha Lee
Battery (1996) • Production • Retina Dance Company
Battery (1996) -  a Retina Dance Company production

/// Battery (1996)

Retina's first production Battery, was created in winter 1995 for a January 1996 premiere in the Resolution series at The Place.

Battery - a vigorous duet, gripping physicality with shockingly brutal recognition formed around physical and psychological manipulation stimulated by Douglas Coupland’s novel ‘Shampoo Planet’.

Credits

Choreography
Sacha Lee, Filip Van Huffel
Music
Brian Eno, Michael Nyman and St-Etienne arranged by Steve Fantom
Dancers
Sacha Lee, Filip Van Huffel
Lighting design
Lucy Carter
Costume
Ben Maher
Me:Mo (2003) • Production • Retina Dance Company

/// Me:Mo (2003)

Created in 2003, Me:Mo is a work inspired by memories of people and places

Imagine you are standing at the end of the world, on top of the highest mountain, in front of the largest sea, at that point where you can't imagine time has ever passed. Me:Mo confronts these extremes of insignificance and magnitude in two connected works. Vertical Memory is a solo for choreographer Filip Van Huffel in which he challenges the interface between his body and the spatial memory of four different environments. The group work Horizontal Memory is a collage of recollections. Delving into the performers individuality, quirks, truths and fantasies, Horizontal Memory highlights the diversity of personal existence, history and physical belonging.

Beautiful and inspiring performers, live music from Jules Maxwell and film by Lucy Cash collectively came together to create a work that nudged the memories of the audience, making them laugh and cry.

Starting with a solo from Filip inspired by a Copenhagen dockyard, Antwerp train station and the glamorous Flanders beaches, Me:Mo developed into a group work that drew on personal memories of the performers and highlighted their individuality. A collage of memories from Gary Clarke, Maria Palliani, Mitsiko Shimura, Elisabetta d'Aloia and Jules Maxwell.

Me:Mo was made possible with support from Arts Council England, Vlaamse Gemeenschap and Cultuurcentrum Berchem. Danseshus Copenhagen, Hoger Instituut voor Dans, Cultuurcentrum Ter Dilft Bornem and Greenwich Dance Agency London.

Credits

Choreography
Filip Van Huffel
Music
Jules Maxwell
Film
Lucy Cash
Dancers
Gary Clarke, Jules Maxwell, Maria Palliani, Mitsiko Shimura, Elisabetta d'Aloia, Filip Van Huffel
Costume
Sara Baeten and Veerle Janssens
Lighting design
Fay Patterson and Filip Van Huffel
Filming and editing
Peter Carmeliet
Duration
70 minutes
Eleven stories for the body, distance to our soul (2005) • Production • Retina Dance Company

/// Eleven stories for the body, distance to our soul (2005)

Created in 2005, Eleven stories for the body was the first part in the trilogy of works where Filip Van Huffel collaborates with another art form.

Eleven stories for the body, distance to our soul finds its source in words, text and poetry from eleven stories about the body, written specially for this production by eleven writers and poets. The texts inspired, dictated and drove the direction of the movement and represented different perspectives of humanity, elements that make us who and what we are. Eleven stories for the body was a physical translation of these eleven impressions/expressions about the body.

Eleven stories for the body, distance to our soul was made possible with support from Arts Council England, College Street Centre, Dance 4, Lakeside Arts Centre and Derby Dance Centre in England, ccBe Antwerpen in Belgium and Choreographic Centre Linz in Austria.

Credits

Choreography
Filip Van Huffel
Dancers
Mariana Barros, Agnieszka Dmochowska, Juraj Korec, Rachel McDermott, Filip Van Huffel
Music
Balkan Brass Fest, Chet Baker, Dvorak, J.S. Bach and The Cracow Klezmer Band
Set
Manolito Glas
Costume
Sara Baeten and Veerle Janssens
Lighting design
Manolito Glas
The boy who never grows old (2006) • Production • Retina Dance Company

/// The boy who never grows old (2006)

The boy who never grows old was produced as part of Retina PAGE1 project in 2006.

PAGE1 was a professional development project for six graduate dancers within the East Midlands. The boy who never grows old, is based on this period of growth in the graduate dancers life. A reflection of growing up in a world where life, love and work are driven by speed. Emerging from the cushion of childhood into a world of decisions and responsibility.

PAGE1 was made possible with support from Arts Council England, Awards For All, College Street Centre, Dance 4, Northants Dance, Derby Dance Centre, Lincolnshire Dance, Leicester City Council, Derbyshire County Council, South Northamptonshire Council, Leicestershire County Council, Lincolnshire County Council and Nottingham City Council.

Credits

Choreography
Filip Van Huffel
Music
Jules Maxwell
Dancers
Laure Bachelot, Tory East, Rohanna Halls, Stephen Moynihan, Hannah Shakti Buhler, Matthew Slater
Filming and editing
Karen Bartholomew
Duration
30 minutes
This is not a body (2007) • Production • Retina Dance Company

/// This is not a body (2007)

Produced in 2007, This is not a Body was a work choreographed by Filip Van Huffel for 6 dancers, and imagery created by Brian Hartley. 

This is not a body is inspired by Rene Magritte's Ceci n'est pas une pipe and art work by Alberto Giacometti, Yves Klein and M.C.Escher. Surrealist painters wanted the public to realise that art can be interpreted through emotion rather than intellect. Choreographer Filip Van Huffel is encouraging audiences to watch the dance in the same way, the artistic meaning is up to the viewer, whatever they see or feel.

Filip collaborated with visual artist Brian Hartley throughout the artistic process to generate images that became environments for the dance.

This is not a body was made possible with support from Arts Council England, ccBe Antwerpen, Nottingham City Council and Koninklijk Vlaams Conservatorium and Hoger Instituut voor Dans - Hogeschool Antwerpen.

Credits

Choreography
Filip Van Huffel
Music
Axelle Kennes and Dave Boyd
Visual artist
Brian Hartley
Dancers
Laure Bachelot, Tory East, Rohanna Halls, Stephen Moynihan, Hannah Shakti Buhler, Matthew Slater
Filming and editing
Peter Carmeliet
Duration
65 minutes
La Lutte (2011) • Production • Retina Dance Company
La Lutte (2011) -  a Retina Dance Company production

/// La Lutte (2011)

La Lutte (French for ‘The Wrestle’) is a male duet created by choreographer Filip Van Huffel and performed by Retina’s long-term members Matthew Slater and Steven Martin. Their performance demonstrates how intricacy and power can seamlessly interweave.

La Lutte (French for The Wrestle) is set in a theatrical environment, a setting inspired by a square fighting arena, where floodlights light up the space like a boxing arena or sport stadium. This highly intense environment sets the scene for 2 men wrestling with themselves, each other and the environment. La Lutte deals with the struggle to communicate to oneself, one another and the outside world. A very physical and emotionally charged work that uses Van Huffel’s signature physical and complex style of choreography layered with psychological intensity.

La Lutte is a highly physical, nearly uncomfortable piece to watch, were the seemingly uncontrollable limbs and jerks are constructed in a tight framework. The setting is bold, extremely bright and seductive.

Artists involved

  • Filip Van Huffel

    Filip Van Huffel

    Choreographer and Artistic Director

  • Matthew Slater

    Matthew Slater

    Dancer

  • Steven Martin

    Steven Martin

    Dancer

  • Andrew Hammond

    Andrew Hammond

    Lighting designer

Credits

Corporalis (2013) • Production • Retina Dance Company
Corporalis (2013) -  a Retina Dance Company production

/// Corporalis (2013)

Corporalis takes the body in architecture as its point of departure. Choreographer Filip Van Huffel and architects/designers Ruimtevaarders explore the relationship between personal space, architectural space and three-dimensional space; an exchange between the inside and the outside; the awareness of our body and its relationship to the environment.  

Space is something we experience everyday, it effects us emotionally and psychologically; providing us with senses of joy, happiness and fulfillment. Each environment offers a unique and profound experience relating to our personal relationship to that environment. How does the body respond to its environment, colour, texture, soundscape and visual stimuli? 

Corporalis explores the significance of how the body relates to architecture. Architecture is both a functional and visual art form but also has an important influence on the behaviour of our bodies and psyche.

A vibrant dance performance featuring Retina’s trademark physicality in a dynamic environment by Ruimtevaarders, with sound design by Marieke van de Ven and visuals by Andrew Hammond.

Corporalis is the third episode in a trilogy about the relationship between the body and different artforms which began with: Eleven Stories for the Body, Distance to our Soul collaborating with text in 2005 and This is not a Body collaborating with visual art in 2007.

The Human body as the centre of architectural form. 

Watch a short excerpt from Corporalis.......

Artists involved

  • Filip Van Huffel

    Filip Van Huffel

    Choreographer and Artistic Director

  • Matthew Slater

    Matthew Slater

    Dancer

  • Steven Martin

    Steven Martin

    Dancer

  • Erin Harty

    Erin Harty

    Dancer

  • Pauline De Laet

    Pauline De Laet

    Dancer

  • Andrew Hammond

    Andrew Hammond

    Lighting designer

  • Ruimtevaarders

    Ruimtevaarders

    Scenographers/Architects

  • Marieke van de Ven

    Marieke van de Ven

    Composer

Layers of Skin (2012) • Production • Retina Dance Company

/// Layers of Skin (2012)

Layers of Skin is a multilayered performance event with bold choreography by Belgian/English choreographer Filip Van Huffel and his Retina Dance Company with live music by Joris Vanvinckenroye and his acclaimed Belgian chamber rock ensemble Aranis.

Layers of Skin is a multi-layered performance event uniting Filip Van Huffel’s passion for creating professional touring productions as well as leading large-scale participatory projects. Retina has firmly established itself as a company that enables other dancers, professional and enthusiast, to excel in process and performance. Retina's Artistic Director Filip Van Huffel has a unique ability to encourage individuals to move confidently and creatively and Layers of Skin brings this all together into one stunning performance event. 

Layers of Skin plays with the idea of hiding. Three layers of skin hide our bones, organs and muscles. It hides who we are, what we think and what we desire. The work takes skin as a metaphor, a starting point for choreographic exploration, discovery of the skin, smell, touch, caress, repulse and joy.
 
The dancers shed their layers, exposing a fast-paced and full-bodied show, packed with quirky intricacies and fearless physical choreography.
 
Layers of Skin is a unique contemporary dance performance project that can exist in different formats and size. At its smallest, a production for six professional Retina company dancers with recorded music, and at the opposite end of the scale a work for six Retina dancers, six local professional dancers and 12 local community dancers with live music by Joris Vanvinckenroye and his seven musicians from the Belgian chamber rock ensemble Aranis, resulting in 31 people on stage!!

The premiere of this project took place in June 2011 during the 30-year celebration of Cultuurcentrum Berchem, Antwerp and has toured throughout the UK and Belgium since.

This dynamic performance event can be tailored to meet the needs of the booking venue.

Layers of Skin is available until end 2013.

Artists involved

  • Filip Van Huffel

    Filip Van Huffel

    Choreographer and Artistic Director

  • Pauline De Laet

    Pauline De Laet

    Dancer

  • Erin Harty

    Erin Harty

    Dancer

  • Steven Martin

    Steven Martin

    Dancer

  • David Michel

    David Michel

    Dancer

  • Josefien Noske

    Josefien Noske

    Dancer

  • Matthew Slater

    Matthew Slater

    Dancer

  • Joris Vanvinckenroye

    Joris Vanvinckenroye

    Composer

  • Marnix Rummens

    Marnix Rummens

    Dramaturg

  • Andrew Hammond

    Andrew Hammond

    Lighting designer

Antipode (2009) • Production • Retina Dance Company

/// Antipode (2009)

Four great young male dancers are joined by a double bass player as they perform a raw and exhilarating piece of athletic dance. Powerful and energetic movement demonstrates the skill of the dancers and emphasises their connection with the live soundscore.

Antipode takes its initiation from innate polar opposites in and around the human body. As human beings we are constantly being challenged by opposition, even verticality commits us to engage with gravity, significance, magnitude and energy. How do we counteract the force of gravity and how do we survive in a world of other people and objects, in an unmistakable web and game of opposites?

The five individuals share the same stage but are on their own journey, with no shared goals and no fear, challenging their own physicality. They collide, caress, fight, play and reject as they stampede along their own pathway. Quirky solos interrupt feisty duets and athletic group work.

Antipode was made possible with support from Arts Council England, ccBe Antwerpen, Nottingham City Council, Djanogly City Academy and Artesis Hogeschool Antwerpen

Credits

Choreography
Filip Van Huffel
Music
Joris Vanvinckenroye/BASta
Dancers
Robert Guy, Steven Martin, Matthew Slater, Brian Tjon Tjauw Liem
Lighting design
Andrew Hammond
Costume
Sara Baeten
Test production • Production • Retina Dance Company

/// Test production

Artists involved

  • Filip Van Huffel

    Filip Van Huffel

    Choreographer and Artistic Director