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Friday 4 | 7:30 pm
WeGil – Piscina
Saturday 5 | 7:30 pm
WeGil – Hall

national première

7€ + 1€ presale fee

Radouan Mriziga

0. / Short theatre

Can a (moving) body appropriate a physical architectural space? How can knowledge from separate disciplines such as dance and architecture merge and together create a new type of space? Choreographer Radouan Mriziga continues his research on the relationship between dance and architecture with an installation performance that takes up the challenge of adapting itself to the specificities of the spaces where it is presented. In this project Mrizigabuilds further on a principle he has been developing from the start of his oeuvre – the conviction that we can only think and act out of the combination of body, mind and spirit


Radouan Mriziga (1985) is a choreographer and dancer from Morocco, currently living and working in Brussels. After studying dance in Morocco, Tunisia and France, Radouan Mriziga graduated from PARTS in Brussels. Fairly quickly he began to focus on his own work, creating his first solo, 55, followed by the group piece 3600 in 2016, and in 2017 another group piece called 7. His works have been touring in major festivals and theatres worldwide. His performances explore the relationship between movement, construction and composition. Focusing on human beings as the makers of their surroundings, Mriziga’s choreographies forge links between the body in motion and the expression of form in everyday materials and the architecture of our built environment. Mriziga is an artist-in-residence at Moussem Nomadic Arts Centre, the producer of “55”, “7” and “3600”, and between 2017-2021 at the Kaaitheater (Brussels).

concept and choreography Radouan Mriziga
performer Maïté Jeannolin
dramaturgical support Esther Severin
production A7LA5
co-production Extra.City
management and Distribution Something Great
whitin Shift Key
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