Image: Lilian Mestre

Image: Lilian Mestre

The choreographer Mette Edvardsen will present a double bill, Black and No Title

No Title is about how reality exists in language and how this extends into real space. It is about how memory and imagination blur. It is about things and how things can be there and gone at the same time, and that what defines this is various. It is about things that are gone and about things that remain. No Title is about the awareness that all things are impermanent and that nothing lasts forever. It is about things that have gone before their time and things that never quite disappear. It is about what the piece and its making is, what a piece can do, what it is for, what its power and limit could be. It is about the gap between a world and our ideas of it, the invincible gap between thought and experience, between here and there. No Title is a writing in space, a writing that is both additive and subtractive. It is a writing that traces and erases, that moves and halts, that looks at things that are not there and recovers that which is instead. 

The work of Mette Edvardsen is situated within the performing arts field, also exploring other media or other formats such as video, books and writing. With a base in Brussels since 1996 she has worked for several years as a dancer and performer for a number of companies and projects, and develops her own work since 2002. She presents her works internationally and continues to develop projects with other artists, both as a collaborator and as a performer.

For every ticket sold this November, RDF will donate 50% to this independent organisation working helping the refugees in Greece:


created and performed by: Mette Edvardsen

production: Natalie Gielen/ Manyone vzw and Mette Edvardsen/ Athome

co-production: Kaaitheater/ Brussels, BUDA/ NEXT Festival/ Kortrijk, Teaterhuset Avant Garden/ Trondheim, BIT/ Bergen, Black Box Teater/ Oslo

supported by: Vlaamse Gemeenschap, Norsk Kulturråd

special thanks to: Heiko Gölzer, Mari Matre Larsen

graphic design by: Michaël Bussaer