To Embrace Nature

(We are not at war with nature)

If you can’t come to us, we’ll come to you! The dancers of the Troubleyn/Jan Fabre needed their own creative challenge. Jan Fabre gave them the philosophical thought TO EMBRACE NATURE (We are Not at War with Nature) for improvisation. The dancers sent us short one-minute movies, little edgy diamonds of movement, danced messages of hope, beauty or consolation.

To Embrace Nature

(We are not at war with nature)

If you can’t come to us, we’ll come to you! The dancers of the Troubleyn/Jan Fabre needed their own creative challenge. Jan Fabre gave them the philosophical thought TO EMBRACE NATURE (We are Not at War with Nature) for improvisation. The dancers sent us short one-minute movies, little edgy diamonds of movement, danced messages of hope, beauty or consolation.

 

If you can’t come to us, we’ll come to you! The dancers of the Troubleyn/Jan Fabre needed their own creative challenge. Jan Fabre gave them the philosophical thought TO EMBRACE NATURE (We are Not at War with Nature) for improvisation. The dancers sent us short one-minute movies, little edgy diamonds of movement, danced messages of hope, beauty or consolation

 

 

LARA MARTELLI reads a dance from a book cut out of stone, in the geological university garden in Bochum, Germany. 

https://www.troubleyn.be/eng/performances/to-embrace-nature-