Jan Fabre . Troubleyn
introduction Thursday 8 and Friday 9 december . Luk Van den Dries . 7.15pm . Conference room
€25 (-25/65+ €20 / -19 jaar €8) Red Hall deSingel Antwerp
In his 'Fragments d'un discours d'amoureux', Roland Barthes asked 'Who is going to write the history of tears?' In 'Histoire des larmes', Jan Fabre is taking up this challenge. An undiminished fascination for the potential and significance of the human body has run like a thread through his performances since the eighties. He examines and disentangles the many cultural and historical layers that define our image of the body. In 2001, in 'Je suis sang', Fabre focused on bodily fluids and took a close look at the inside of the body. In 'Histoire des larmes' he extends this study. With his unbridled imagination and deep admiration and veneration for Flemish painting, this wizard here works on an iconography of tears, the embodiment of a wide range of emotions. In 'Histoire des larmes', Jan Fabre once again consistently and dauntlessly shifts the boundaries of his extraordinary oeuvre with its central theme of metamorphosis.
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Radiospot Jan Fabre . Histoire des larmes
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'L'histoire des larmes' van Jan Fabre in de Singel - deel 1
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Press reviews


Boe-geroep en applaus voor Fabre
Gazet van Antwerpen 11/07/2005 - Martine Cuyt

Où est l'homme ?
Le Vif Express 02/12/2005 - Olivier Hespel


In de zeik gezet
De Morgen 12/12/2005 - Chris Van Camp


'Ik moet acteren, al de rest is bijkomstig'
De Morgen 10/12/2005 - Betty Mellaerts

Jan Fabre gaat strijdend ten onder
Het Nieuwsblad 10/12/2005

Fabre met een (deo)luchtje
Gazet van Antwerpen 10/12/2005 - Eefje Rampart

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