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22 document(en) met "Each" • Resultaten 1 tot 20 worden getoond • Toon volgende resultaten

Nr. 26, Juni 1989 • Herman De Dyn • Theater over filosofie
Johan Leysen -(Witgenstein Incorporated) - Foto H. Sorgeloos In the etder days of art Builders wrought with greatest care Each minute and unseen party For the gods are everywhere

Nr. 32, December 1990 • Dirk Verstockt, Alexander Baervoets, Sigrid Bousset, Johan... • K R O N I E K
Pinter : "(...) the key word is econo-my, economy of movement and gesture, ofemotion and its expression, both the internat and the external in speci-fic and exact relation to each other, so that there

Nr. 35, September 1991 • Paul Pourveur • Tyrannie der hulpverlening
want... love's known, each lover is anonymous

Nr. 46, Januari 1994 • Herman Asselberghs • Dar A Luz' Tight Right White
Out on the dance floor, on my world tour, I'm selling dope in each and every record store

Nr. 53, December 1995 • Marleen Baeten • Purcell als een tango
striving to hide, she reveals all her flame, And our eyes tell each other what neither dares name

Nr. 62, December 1997 • Peter de Jonge • De blijde intrede van Amanda Miller
mania for sleeping each night in a different bed

Nr. 67, Maart 1999 • Jan Goossens • Nieuw leven voor eeuwenoude vormen
checked in each man's own present experience

Nr. 71, Maart 2000 • Myriam Van Imschoot • De zien-tuiglijkheid van de herinnering
De psychoanalytische relatie tussen analysant en analyticus ziet zij niet zozeer als een one-to-one, maar als een relatie 'each has with the phantom bodies who will not quit the room

Nr. 73, Januari 2000 • Gerald Siegmund • Het geheugen van ballet
Lijnen van Yukio Mishima verschijnen op het opgerolde achterdoek: 'Each passing year, never failing to exact its toll, keeps altering what was sublime into the stuff of comedy

Nr. 75, Maart 2001 • Clara Van den Broek • Een Waaslandwolf in Toneelland
each new bit of information behaves like a rapidly stored and immediately available formula

Nr. 88, September 2003 • Annie Declerck • In memoriam Joseph Chaikin (1935-2003)
effect we are joined to each other ... by what we don't understand

Nr. 93, Januari 2004 • Myriam Van Imschoot • He says space, she thinks time

Nr. 94, December 2004 • Patricia Portela • Flatland
slide over the outline of the letters and follow the labyrinths of lines that make up each word and sentence, and in this way follow the stories written in any book made of flat pages

Nr. 94, December 2004 • Bojana Cvejić • Curator meets artist
think a body without an intrinsic connection between movement and sensation whereby each immediately summons the other

Nr. 95, Februari 2005 • Elke Van Campenhout, Bojana Cvejić • The Mapping
subjective choice each curator makes which decides the profile of his/her programmation

Nr. 96, April 2005 • Bruno Pocheron • Reactive(s)
serves as a metonymy for a dynamic of both concept and sensation, which each of the aforementioned performances instantiates anew, that is, different

Nr. 100, Februari 2006 • Jacob Wren • Families are formed through copulation / Families...
began: (They turn to face each other...Session Two (They turn to face each other...Why did we, as a family, relate to each other in this strange, semi-analytical manner

Nr. 103, September 2006 • Shelly Silver • Shelly Silver
What I’m looking for... I want to see each detail, each wrinkle, each line

Nr. 104, December 2006 • Ina Wudtke(dj T-Ina Darling) • The Residency
future Don’t let my shit affect it! I’ve been standin‚ in the line with 1000 artists and each of them assign to get a trip for gratis

Nr. 108, September 2007 • Lieve Dierckx • De zerk van ons verlangen
Dan is er de soundscape die aan het verhaal nog een laag van tijd toevoegt: ‘Shall we make our wishes at the same time so we don’t have to listen to each other

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