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Amos Ben-Tal / OFFProjects



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Dance and architecture meet in this new production by Dutch dance collective OFFprojects. In Interval, the intricate movement language of choreographer Amos Ben-Tal and the phenomenal dancers of OFFprojects interact with a fascinating kinetic installation by interdisciplinary artist Gosse de Kort. 

In this hypnotic performance, the dancers must navigate their relationships and intuitions in an ever-shifting architectural landscape. Does the space influence the dancers, do the dancers influence the space, when is it symbiosis and when confrontation? How do we find the balance between personal freedom of movement and empathy for the other in a shared space? 

Choreography and music Amos Ben-Tal Installation Gosse de Kort Dancers Wolf Govaerts, Xanthe van Opstal, Spencer Dickhaus, Aurélie Cayla Artistic advice Yvan Dubreuil Software programming Rolf Meesters Light Xavier van Wersch Production OFFprojects Co-production Korzo Theater, Zuiderstrandtheater | Amare Financially supported by City of Den Haag, Fonds Podiumkunsten, Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds, Fonds 21, Stimuleringsfonds Creatieve Industrie With special thanks to Festival WhyNot



OFFprojects is a collective of former dancers of NDT and Batsheva Ensemble, gathered around the work of choreographer and musician Amos Ben-Tal. The company is known for its out of the box approach to dance and exceptional performing skills. The collective has created several successful productions among which Howl with Spinvis (winner Dioraphte dance prize 2016).

Amos Ben-Tal seamlessly merges dance with other disciplines such as music, text and image. After a career as a dancer at NDT and having made several successful pieces under the wing of Korzo Productions Amos founded OFFprojects in 2012. He is also lead singer of the band Noblesse. 

Gosse de Kort is a Dutch interdisciplinary artist whose work is situated at the intersection between visual arts, technology and architecture. His pieces have been shown at the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, Netherlands Architecture Institute Rotterdam, Centre Pompidou Brussels and Cadance Festival, among others.

60 minutes