14 June 2015
3m and 5pm
Free – Booking recommended
Moroccan choreographer and dancer Radouan Mriziga performs his solo work 55. Exploring the body’s relationship to space through simple gestures and with quiet intensity, the performer gradually measures the space and creates an intricate floor pattern.
Radouan Mrziga graduated in 2012 from P.A.R.T.S, Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker’s famous Brussels dance school. He worked on the presentation Half Elf Zomeravond which Bart Meuleman realised at the Toneelhuis. He is one of the performers of the production Re: Zeitung, a project of the P.A.R.T.S. Foundation and De Munt in which a new generation of professional dancers rework the repertoire of De Keersmaeker. He also danced in Primitieve, the production of choreographer Claire Croizé, and rehearsed young French choreographer Simon Tanguy’s latest creation People in a Field, which premiered in the Veem Theater in Amsterdam.
In 2014 Mriziga was working on his first choreography, 55, as an artist in residence at Moussem. 55 was premiered in December 2014.