Thu 16, Fri 17, Sat 18 & Sun 19 Nov 17 . 15:00 - 19:00

Elastic Habitat is an immersive installation, a playground of textile sculptures for the viewer to interact with or wear.

Sun 19 Nov 17 . 17:00

Meryem Bayram’s work focuses on the relationship between human behaviour and the constructed environment. Using wood, cardboard, and elastic, she creates installations that suggest a physical space while simultaneously challenging the body to change that space.

Sat 18, Sat 18, Sun 19 & Sun 19 Nov 17 . 17:00

The Bridegroom is a short dialogue between an author and his niece, Pamela. Using mime, choreographies and Guy de Cointet’s characteristic style, they try to find the woman a partner.

Sun 19 Nov 17 . 14:00

Feeling For You is an ongoing, frequently updated performance lecture that reverse engineers the artist’s practice through a series of personal anecdotes, google searches, images, audience reactions, and video clips.

Sat 18, Sun 19 & Sun 19 Nov 17 . 19:00

A Breath cycle is a variable and varied collection of performances about breathing. All creations depart from the same protocol: guidelines for performers and audiences, handed out at the start of the performance.

Thu 16, Fri 17 & Sat 18 Nov 17 . 22:30

Outside, it’s dark, and you wish you were holding a glass of whiskey. And then, the music starts ...

Fri 17 & Sat 18 Nov 17 . 19:00

The buren collective interprets two characters from Ever Is Over All, a 1997 video work by Pipilotti Rist in which a carefree woman in blue dress smashes car windows while a passing policewoman nods in approval.

Fri 17 & Fri 17 Nov 17 . 16:00

In Volatile substances Julian Weber continues his research on traditional japanese tea ceremonies. Looking at this ancient tradition from a present choreographic and sculptural perspective he investigates into the forming of the body due to the practice of tea.

Thu 16 & Fri 17 Nov 17 . 21:30

For Playground, Agnès Geoffray presents two works. In the video Sutures, photos follow and flow into one another, vying for attention to challenge our gaze.

Thu 16 & Fri 17 Nov 17 . 21:00

Intelligent machines are increasingly important to our society.

Fri 17 Nov 17 . 11:00 - 18:00

The sculpture WONDER-WHAT-TIME-IT-IS is inspired by a short story by the American author Edgar Allen Poe. The story is set in the city of Vondervotteimittiss where life is controlled by a bell tower. One day, an outsider disrupts life in the town.

Thu 16, Thu 16, Fri 17 & Fri 17 Nov 17 . 14:00

In Royalty, a pre-recorded male voice recounts a seemingly significant occurrence.