Chantal Yzermans is a Belgian Choreographer and Researcher, currently living in Paris. After her studies at the Royal Conservatory Antwerpen, Chantal moved to New York City in 2000. As a dancer she studied daily for 6 years with Merce Cunningham and his company in New York.
In 2009 Jan Fabre offered Chantal an artistic residency at his venue Troubleyn / Laboratorium in Antwerpen, Belgium. There she created Radical Low, the performance ensemble; continuing a permanent search of cooperation and presentation context for dance.
Her work has been presented internationally at: Amperdans Festival, Art International Istanbul, Bruno Glint Gallery, Le Careau du Temple, Centre Pompidou Metz, Chez Bushwick, Circulo Bellas Artes, Coup de Ville, Cultureel Centrum, Cultuurcentrum Grote Post, December Dans, Festival Casabanchel, Festival Escena Contemporanea Madrid, Festival Rencontre Choregraphique Seine Saint Denis, Instituto Cervantes, Loop City Screen, Monty Kunstencentrum, M_HKA Museum for Contemporary Art Antwerpen, Rencontres Choregraphiques Internationales, Troubleyn Laboratorium.
Michael Hart | Producer
Michael Hart is an artist, photographer and producer based in both Barcelona, Spain and Saint-Cirq-Lapopie, France.
From 2003-2009 he lived in New York City producing music concerts, dance performances and art exhibitions at Chez Bushwick, The Center for Performance Research, Dance Theater Workshop, Danspace Project, Gallery 138, Jacob's Pillow, The Juilliard School, The Kitchen, The Park Avenue Armory, The Ronald Feldman Gallery, Sikkema Jenkins Gallery, The Spectrum, The Watermill Center and most recently at the Abrons Arts Center in January of 2017.
Since 2009 he's been touring internationally, working as the assistant to American Choreographer Trajal Harrell, producing performances and performance exhibitions at Akademie der Künste, Antic Teatre, Barbican Centre, CCS Bard Galleries, Centre National De La Danse, CND: Belfort, Centre Pompidou, Festival de la Cité Lausanne, Grand Duke Jean Museum of Modern Art, Hammer Museum, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, ImPulsTanz, ICA Boston, Kaaitheater, The Kitchen, Museum of Modern Art: MoMA, MoMA PS1, Montpellier Danse, Museu de Arte do Rio, New York Live Arts, Palais De Tokyo, Ronald Feldman Gallery, SAAL Biennaal, Sala Hiroshima, Théâtre de Vanves, The Walker Arts Center and most recently in May 2019, at the Kanal Centre Pompidou in Brussels, Belgium.
Yannick Franck | Live Sound Design
Yannick Franck was born in 1981 in Belgium. He is an electronic musician. During the last ten years, Franck has wallowed freely within diverse musical spheres that range from electroacoustic music to experimental techno. Whether cathartic or contemplative, Franck’s projects serve an ever more ontological search: the creation of sonic immersions that influence our states of consciousness and contribute to their transformation.
In addition to his solo works as Yannick Franck and Mt Gemini, he is the man behind industrial techno project RAUM. He is part of avant-techno duo Orphan Swords and electronic pop duo Figure Section.