Repurposed Theatre

Foto: Jimmy Kets

Vincent Glowinski

  • 25/08 9pm / 26/08 7 pm
  • 4Baustelle Kleines Haus
  • 70 minutes
  • No language
  • 25€ / 15€ / red. 8€

Vincent Glowinski is a figure of darkness who leaves his marks on the  city as Bonom. Huge murals on firewalls, spread over many storeys, appear overnight, while he stays in the dark. Now he appears on stage, a diminutive body moving in the dark. Each movement is a brushstroke creating a portrait of his appearing and disappearing: A human paintbrush painting itself. A dance whose object is not its own movement, but the painting it creates with its movement. With incredible agility, Vincent Glowinski aka Bonom throws drawings up onto the temporary screen in the painting workshop, the result of nothing but the movements of his body. He has perfected this technique over many years, a technique that allows him to use his own body as a drawing implement with the help of a camera and delayed projections. This produces a movingly delicate panorama of a fleeting existence that shifts between a tentative self-portrait, iconographic images of suffering and playful vulgarity.

  • Concept, performance Vincent Glowinski
  • Music Éric Desjeux (Electronic), Teun Verbruggen (Drums)
  • Video programmer Jean-François Roversi
  • Light Designer Davy Deschepper

A production of Entropie Production in co-production with Les Tombées de la Nuit, Théâtre National de Bretagne & Wiesbaden Biennale