Throwback “Today At The Station” by Maria Hassabi in the frame of SLOW 2022!
This weekend the 3rd year bachelor students participated in the third edition of SLOW festival in Bruges.
A big thanks to e-v-e-r-y-o-n-e involved for these amazing past few days!
On Saturday the students moved for 12 hours in a row through the train station in Bruges. Slowly, a movement score unfolded in space. Passersby were captivated by the colourful constellations and thoughtful actions.
“Today At The Station” is a choreography by Cypriot artist Maria Hassabi that focuses on slowing down and stillness. Their movements were accompanied by a soundscape of the Greek composer Stavros Gasparatos, especially created for this occasion.
Slowing down is the theme of both the SLOW festival, and of the Europalia Festival Trains & Tracks, where being on the road and slowing down are central. We are very happy that P.A.R.T.S., EUROPALIA and Concertgebouw Brugge joined forces and invited Maria Hassabi to create a site-specific performance with our students.
The P.A.R.T.S Training students of Generation XIII are Abigail Aleksander, Adem Ouahibia, Amine Mazhoud, Antoine Dupuy-Larbre, Ariadna Navarrete, Birit Haarla, Cecily Lewelling, Charlotte Cétaire, Ching Shu Huang, Daniel Cantero, Eleni Roberts, Elsa Tawoge, Helen D'Haenens, Jair Jetzehu Montes, Jean Pierre Bure, Katja Haarla, Laetitia Dupertuis, Lobke Leemans, Luyd Carvalho, Macarena Bielski Lopez, Magdelaine Hodebourg, Marita Schwanke, Marlla Araújo, Mate Jonjić, Niklas Capel, Nina Goddéris, Per Anders Solli, Philomene Jander, Rania Barhoumi, Renátó Miskolczii, Selby Jenkins, Solal Mariotte, Urte Groblyte, Vladimir Babinchuk Outerelo, Zoe Lakhnati
A coproduction by Concertgebouw Brugge, EUROPALIA and P.A.R.T.S.
Pictures by Olympe Tits and Stavros Gasparatos