Lize Pede

Lize Pede makes living sculptures from a material that we, unfortunately, still use every day. She uses a giant ball of plastic with which she creates images in different shapes and sounds. Filipino artist Roberth Fuentes made a video in which he shows you how he worked with this material in his (polluted) homeland. At the end of the performance, you can make sculptures with collected plastic yourself.

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Actress, director and visual artist Lize Pede balances on the thin line between visual art and theater. She made the performance of ISLAND OF SLOW together with Filipino artist Roberth Fuentes. At STORMOPKOMST her work is presented in a different form than usual.

March 1, 2020: C-mine Genk
March 29, 2020: de Warande Turnhout

Beeld © Elies Van Renterghem

Concept: Lize Pede | Makers: Lize Pede en Roberth Fuentes | Performers: Lize Pede en Niko Himschoot | Licht ontwerp: Maarten Snoeck | Eindregie: Stefan Jakiela | Met de steun van : Departement Cultuur, Jeugd & Media , Vlaams Cultuurhuis de Brakke Grond , Festival CEMENT , Cultuurcentrum De Grote PostKunstencentrum Vooruit , CAMPO en FroeFroe

Special thanks to : Ruth Marien, Tiemen van Haver, Ruth Duprez, Menzo Kircz, Martha Atienza, Simon Vanheukelom, Froefroe, Annelies Van Hullebusch, Elisabeth Ida, Krokusfestival , IACS_kemlu

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