Thursday, November 23, 2006


Jansbeekdans was comissioned for the opening of the Water Museum in Arnhem in 2004. The pictures by Ton van Vliet unfold following the trajectory of the water from its spring in the forest of Sonsbeekpark, through the city, to finally pour into the Rhine. The dance is contained in the frame of the slides, immersed in the light of constantly flowing water images.

The costume was designed by Shuhei Numata and Falk Hübner composed music for violine, horn, vibraphone and water sounds.
Last summer it was performed at BuitenBeeld Festival in Doesburg, where a tower was built around the plateau so that the audience could watch it from above. Jansbeekdans was also filmed in 2006, turned into a videodance.

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