Lisa Vereertbrugghen (NL/BE)

Lisa Vereertbrugghen is a choreographer and performance artist based in Brussels. Before turning to dance she earned an MA in History from the University of Leuven. After a year in Berlin to study dance, she moved to Amsterdam for choreography studies at the School for New Dance Development (SNDO). Her work is situated in the zone in between choreography and visual art and  is shown in theaters, galleries and other places. Apart from creating her own pieces, she has performed in projects created by choreographers Deborah Hay and Benoît Lachambre,  and visual artists, including Min Oh and Lot Meijers. In 2013 she received the danceWEB Scholarship at ImPulsTanz festival in Vienna and in that same year her piece Eins Zwo was selected for the International Theaterschool festival IT's.

The last years she has been focussing on hardcore techno subculture and softcore choreography. She worked in the BUDA studio’s on The performance formerly known as performance and The Extraordinary Way She Moves, presented in the frame of Buda Vista #10 (feb ’17) in Budascoop.

Lisa Vereertbrugghen is one of the artists supported by the European netwerk apap

Lisa Vereertbrugghen (NL/BE): The Extraordinary Way She Moves

Now she’s working in the BUDA-studio’s on her new choreographic installation The Extraordinary Way She Moves, in which industrial materials and a human figure continually move and influence each other. Sometimes almost imperceptible movements transform a huge plastic sheet into a dark, moving landscape. Matter is shaped and reshaped with various speeds and intensities. The audience are challenged to activate their complete sensory system….

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Previous residencies

Lisa Vereertbrugghen (NL/BE): Dro-piece 20.06.2017 - 30.06.2017 Budatoren
Lisa Vereertbrugghen (NL/BE): Dro-Piece 20.06.2017 - 30.06.2017 Budatoren
Lisa Vereertbrugghen (NL/BE): SOFTCORE - a hardcore encounter 30.04.2018 - 06.05.2018 Budatoren
Lisa Vereertbrugghen (NL/BE): SOFTCORE - a hardcore encounter 28.05.2018 - 15.06.2018 Budascoop