Yazan Ewidat + Hamza Damra
In Running Away, Palestinian performer Yazan Ewidat contests the prevailing image of Palestinians as fighters, as soldiers. Palestinians can also be losers: they give up, they do not always love their country, and they want to move towards a new future. But why do people leave Palestine? Why did Ewidat leave his country? Is it not unfair that he, who was born in Palestine, wants to leave while other refugees dream about returning? Is he running away from the community that fostered him? Will he lose his identity if he would stay? And then, what is this identity?
Running Away is a statement against all heteronormative, economic and social labels that divide people into classes. But it is also a dancer trying to find an answer to the questions that continue to rattle in his head.
Choreography: Yazan Iwidat / dance : Hamza Damra / scenography and light : Pierre De Deken / music : Yuma – SMEK, Yazan Iwidat – ERR404 / Production: Ra Festival
22.02.2018 - 8PM
8 € < 14 €
Radio No Frequency
Zina Zarour + Lama Rabah + Faris Shomali + Henna al-Hajj Hasan + Thomas Devos + Kaat Arnaert + Mattijs Vanderleen
Bashar Murkus + Khashabi Theatre + The Palestinian National Theatre El Hakawati
About the festival
<p>Connexion vzw (Brussels) and A.M.Qattan Foundation are proposing a focus on flemish-palestinian co-operation in arts and culture, inspired by the Government of Flanders and the Mission of Palestine in Europe, Belgium and Luxembourg who decided on a Flemish-Palestinian cultural project. Unlike the logic of events like Europalia, or even the Venice biennale which are a projection of the imagination of a country, Under Construction is based on reciprocity and aims to promote cultural cooperation, dialogue and exchange.</p>
<p>Instead of focusing on difference and alterity, the two organising partners focus on co-operation and solidarity, and give more visibility and value to forms of 'togetherness' that are already existing between Flanders and Palestine.</p>
<img src='http://www.underconstructionfestival.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/Flanders_horizontaal_naakt.png'>More about partners
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