Editorial

Editoriaal

Nele Wynants

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De gratie van de acteur. Charisma tussen mystiek en techniek

Edith Cassiers, Timmy De Laet, Esther Tuypens

In a series of interviews with drama teachers from Flemish actor training programs, the researchers from Visual Poetics (UAntwerp, www.visualpoetics.be) investigate the role that an actor or …

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De relevantie van Henrik Ibsen. Een reflectie vanuit de toneelpraktijk

Evgenia Brendes, Lauranne Paulissen

At the Royal Conservatoire Antwerp, the acting classes do not pay much attention to the work of Henrik Ibsen. The Flemish theatre world, on the other hand, often revisits his texts: Ibsen’s plays are …

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Mobile Autonomy, exercises in artists’ self-organisation. Een zomerschool in het Middelheimmuseum Antwerpen

Nico Dockx Pascal Gielen, Karina Beumer

A group of artists and academics from around the world travelled to the Middelheim Museum in Antwerp for a week in late August to attend summer school. Atelier van Lieshout – a workshop created by …

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‘Interpretation is the revenge of the intellectual upon art’

Nicolas Baeyens

Sculptor Nicolas Baeyens created a visual contribution for FORUM+ in which he cut several canonical images from the history of art into new, dynamic images by employing collage techniques. He …

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De ‘style distingué’ van Alphonse Stenebruggen. Een artistiek onderzoek naar de interpretatieve uitdieping van het romantische hoornrepertoire

Jeroen Billiet

‘Historically informed performance’ is ubi- quitous in our European concert halls.During the last decade, the eld of interest shifted from medieval chant to early 20th century music. But what speci …

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Ex Libris

‘Een reuzenpartituur’: Franz Liszts Graner Messe in Antwerpen

Jan Dewilde

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Review

Voorbij de fetisjistische blik

Staf Vos

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