roving jewel - working title

2020

Work in the making

Performances on May 18th - 19th - 20th 2020

more info to come here

Concept, Choreography & Performance

Lisanne Goodhue

 

Installation, Sound, Room

Lisanne Goodhue​

 

produced by ICI - CCN Montpellier Occitanie Pyrénées/Méditerannée

Master exerce

 

2020

Katie Cruel

Scottish Folksong

When I first came to town
They called me the roving jewel
Now they've changed their tune
Call me Katie Cruel

Through the woods I'm going
And through the boggy mire
Straight way down the road
'Til I come to my heart's desire

If I was where I would be
Then I'd be where I am not
Here I am where I must be
Where I would be, I can not

When I first came to town
They bought me drinks plenty
Now they've changed their tune
And hand me the bottles empty

If I was where I would be
Then I'd be where I am not
Here I am where I must be
Where I would be, I can not

Karen Dalton's version

American folk-blues singer, guitarist, banjo player

One possible way of understanding our active senses is that they need resistance to be able to function.

 

For example, we hardly feel ethereal substances, if at all, we are able to touch solid matter.

 

We can not see transparent objects, whereas colour offers resistance to the eyes.

How much resistance should our surroundings generate before the world becomes a ground against which our sensory action itself can appear?


Through the Back - Situating Vision between Moving Bodies - p.91

 

Jeroen Peeters

writer, dramaturge and performer