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Hagar Tenenbaum

maa 12/02/2018 > zon 18/02/2018

In this period Hagar Tenenbaum will focus on two aspects that exist while she’s dancing : repetition and imitation.

"I see imitation as a very accessible tool that allows me to approach the body as a sensorial surface that can translate what it sees to movement by imitating shapes, grooves and expression. And Instead of looking at repetition as a process of exhaustion I would like to see it as a way to discover the multiplicity of meanings between one movement and another, and between one rhythm and another."

Hagar Tenenbaum (Israel, 1988) is a dancer and choreographer. She lives and works in Brussels and graduated from P.A.R.T.S. in 2014. In her first student productions she established an infectious dialogue between words, images and movement. She has a fine sense of simplicity and humour and invariably engenders an exceptional idiom. She sees drawing, speaking and dancing as being intimately linked: they are ways of inquiring into things.
The pieces Hagar has made include Footnote (2011), Swimming Room (2013), Two Weeks’ Notice (2013) with Bryanna Fritz, and Shatter Clatter and Other Arrangements (2014) with Rósa Ómarsdóttir and Christopher Schieche. She has also worked with Shelly Nadashi, Mette Ingvartsen and Daniel Linehan.

In May 2016, Hagar’s solo abstraction end and things like that premiered at STUK (Leuven).