Philippe Beloul (BE/FR)

The work of Philippe Beloul is situated within the performing arts field, also exploring other media or other platforms such as live tutorial performances and audio streaming event. He presents his works internationally and continues to develop projects with other artists, both as a collaborator and as a performer.

After studying dance in Cannes he worked for several years as collaborator and as performer. He created and performed for Les Ballets C. de la B. with Alain Platel in La Tristeza Complice (1995). He performed in Peeping Tom's  Une Vie inutile (2000) and realised the soundtrack for their show Le Jardin. He created the musical score for 5, a piece by Sarah Ludi for ZOO/Thomas Hauert in 2003. He performed with Hush Hush Hush, Walter Verdin and Alexandra Bachzetsis and played in the film Somewhere in Between, Pierre Coulibeuf's film about Meg Stuart's work.
In 2013 he presented Le Projet Macxorciste during the opening of ‘Maakbar’ in Budafabriek Kortrijk.

Philippe Beloul (FR/BE): Don Quijote

The starting point is based on the non conventional social attitude of the personage Of Cervantes, Don Quijote but also Sancho Pancha or Dulcinéa and because the complex direction of Cervantes' novel Don Quijote de la Mancha.

In the mean time, his goal in this work, is analyse, explore, compare, and bring back original scenes of the books, and create parralels situation with new material to include them in the upcoming performance. Also, the social context of the novel, the universal aspect of the book, the "simplicity/complexity of that reading, the ambiguity of the protagonist as the author, played in an "updated" theatrical form.

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Previous residencies

Philippe Beloul (BE/FR): Follow me 02.06.2014 - 08.06.2014 Budatoren
Philippe Beloul (BE/FR): Follow me 02.02.2015 - 13.02.2015 Budatoren
Philippe Beloul (BE/FR): Follow me 21.09.2015 - 04.10.2015 Budatoren
Philippe Beloul (BE/FR): Follow me 02.11.2015 - 09.11.2015 Budatoren
Philippe Beloul (BE/FR): Follow me 16.08.2016 - 26.08.2016 Budatoren