Caroline Daish, Justine Maxelon & Michel Yang
Caroline Daish arrived in Brussels in 2000 and has worked as performer, collaborator and advisor in performance, dance, sound pieces and film productions. She is a book for Mette Edvardsen’s living book project Time has fallen asleep in the afternoon sunshine and performer in What Nature Says and member of the you you you choir by Myriam Van Imschoot. In 2018 she will perform in the production “Safe” by Julia Pfleiderer in collaboration with ICTUS.
Justine Maxelon is a Brussels based dancer and performer, graduated from IWANSON – international school for contemporary dance (Munich) in 2009. Justine has worked as dancer, performer, and/or collaborator for a variety of artists, choreographers, and directors. Some include Daniel Linehan, Benjamin Vandewalle, Julia Bardsley, Nature Theatre of Oklahoma, ... Justine’s dramaturgical coaching include idioter by Alma Söderberg and Hendrik Willekens, nadita by Alma Söderberg.
Michel Yang is an American born, Brussels-based performance artist. Michel’s primary medium is the body, however, video and photography have recently begun to enter her work as extensions of her body practice. Presently Yang is following an audio-visual post-graduate with Sound Image Culture. She received a Master of Fine Arts in Dance at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts and has followed post-graduate studies with a.pass and Sound Image Culture. As a performer she has worked with Lilia Mestre, Stefan Dreher, Pierre Droulers, Mia Lawrence, and Walter Verdin to name a few. As a teacher Michel’s subjects are contemporary dance, improvisation, and forms of materialization.
Caroline Daish, Justine Maxelon & Michel Yang: Oracle
Oracle is a site specific vocal improvisation practice with a formalized choreographic system. Oracle is an eyes-closed improvisation practice reading different spaces; train stations, parks, institutions, forests, public libraries, urban gardens and private living spaces. It is a public, emancipative and sharable act that involves individuality in a communal setting.