In copresentation with Vooruit

“I use geometry, architecture, numbers and my body as a measuring tool for space and time.” Moussem Journa(a)l

In his new performance, 3600, a choreography with three dancers, Radouan Mriziga approaches dance from an architectural perspective, with the body as central instrument for the performance.

3600 is a search for a linear and transparent structured choreography. A construction where the movement and narratives are distilled from the act of constructing visual objects. Where the body is used as a measurement tool.

3600 seconds of no separation between the body, spirit, and the intellect. A space where the dancers and performers become craftsman and architects. Inspired by modern architecture and Islamic art where the objects produced are a perfect meeting between aesthetics and function, where art is mathematically precise, aesthetically pleasing and symbolic.

3600 is a space where we perform all what we construct and the constructed is our performance.

Radouan Mrziga graduated in 2012 from P.A.R.T.S. and is now artist in residence at the arts centre Moussem.