Embodiment

FROM JANUARY 16 TO FEBRUARY 2 A presentation of works by Marilène Oliver and Sean Caulfield. Curator : Isabelle Van Grimde. BOOK HERE   A word from the Curator For our first exhibition at Espace Corps Secrets, I chose two installations deeply related to the work of VGCS. In Deep Connection by Marilène Oliver & Gary James Joynes,…

Eve 2050 the stage production – World Premiere at agora de la danse

Following on Eve 2050 the web series and the interactive installation (2018), Van Grimde Corps Secrets now brings this choreographic, scientific and philosophical exploration of the human body to the stage. From October 8 to 11 at Agora de la danse, in the Red Space at Wilder Building. Eight dancers of diverse origins make their way through an immersive, interactive…

Digital Dance Lab –An Incubator open to All (Les Pépinières Danse et Numérique)

The Digital Dance Lab will launch its activities in autumn 2019. In partnership with the RQD (Regroupement Québécois de la Danse) and the New Media Department at the University of Quebec in Abitibi-Témiscamingue, VGCS is creating a space for exploration, reflection and experimentation that is open to artists, performers, designers and cultural workers interested in…

The Web Series screened until June 30 at Dyscorpia

The captivating Edmonton exhibition Dyscorpia which houses Eve 2050: The Web Series since April 27 is extended to June 30 thanks to its success. Dyscorpia was sparked by the triptych Eve 2050,  with this in mind Isabelle Van Grimde was given the honor of delivering the keynote address for the opening. Eve 2050: The Web Series is screened for the entire duration of the exhibition (to popular…

From Eve 2050 to Dyscorpia

Artists and thinkers of all fields react to the triptych Eve 2050 in Dyscorpia: Future Intersections of the Body and Technology, an exhibition taking place in Edmonton, from April 23rd to May 12. Isabelle Van Grimde will give the keynote address, and Eve 2050: The Web-Series, one of the works, will be screened for the entire duration of the exhibition. Several works…