Performing Arts BrusselsAll citiesAmiensAntwerpenBincheBruggeBrusselsCharleroiChâlons-en-ChampagneDifferent placesEvergemGentLeuvenLiègeLokerenMünsterStrombeek-BeverTournaiTurnhoutVienna ThemesAll themesNew creationwith guest+8+10+8 | with guest+10 | with guest December 2017Every monthOctober 2017November 2017December 2017January 2018February 2018March 2018April 2018May 2018June 2018 Sardono W Kusomo I Dance with My Camera on my FingerThrough archive footage and his own experimental short films, this documentary reveals the man behind the legend of choreographer and filmmaker Sardono. Moh. Hariyanto G.H.U.L.U.R.Moh. Hariyanto from the Island of Madura has shot to international fame with G.H.U.L.U.R., choreography of rare power and violence using heavy, corrugated steel sheets. Sherli Novalinda In the Footsteps of the BodyWith a simple yet powerful scenography, Sherli Novalinda proposes a moving choreography, focusing on the powerful body of the soloist Kurniadi Ilham. Mugiyono Kasido The RumorsIn his solo, The Rumors, dancer Mugiyono Kasido observes with acerbic humour the chaos that reigns in the society, economy and politics of his country. I Gede Radiana Putra Baris DanceBaris, the traditional martial art dance of Bali, explores the full spectrum of emotions experienced by a young man leaving for war, from his initial fear to final victory. Pencak silat Pencak silat is the collective name for traditional Indonesian martial arts. Every region developed different styles, often mimicking local animals. Pencak silat has gotten very mixed with spiritual elements, in which the physical and the spiritual development go hand in hand. Nan Jombang Whispering of ExileThe Nan Jombang dance company bases its superb and rigorous contemporary choreographies on Minang traditions, martial arts and percussion. Melati Suryodarmo NEW CREATION. Tomorrow, as PurposedIncorporating movements from the ancient pakarena dance of the Bugis, choreographer Melati Suryodarma explores the tragic effects of power on a personal and national level. New creation Eko Supriyanto Balabala In Jailolo, Eko worked with five young women on the martial art of pencak silat. His slow, rhythmic choreography is an ode to feminine strength.