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Productions

Hamlet’s Lunacy

Back in the days of Hamlet the seven celestial spheres and their planets still revolved around the earth and the murder on the king –the Minister of God- made nature revolt.

By combining historical sources and technology in a futuristic theatre production, Eric Joris (CREW) and Mesut Arslan (0090) give new insights into Hamlet's conflict.

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The View from Nowhere

Online Performance

Covid-19 made the theater -- 'the space where we breathe the same air’-- defunct. Zoom, Skype and Microsoft Teams were some of the few shared spaces that were left to us, theatre people. Instead of connecting directly from private space to private space, we aimed to create a stage in between, adding some kind of mediation. The View from Nowhere is a short online performance that will be using Zoom in an interactive and interpassive way.

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The Internet Trilogy

Theatre MoCap

For three years, Urland researched the internet under the wings of the Theater Rotterdam Production House. The most important development of this modern era took shape in three successive performances. EXPLORER / Prometheus unleashed, the second part of this Trilogy, is a joint creation of Urland and CREW and is central to this performance.

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Celestial Bodies

Can complex matters like the historical explanations of the solar system be more easily understood on an “experiential” immersive base? Is it i.e. possible to collaboratively walk around in a solar system while embodying planets and making gravitational forces understood in terms of experience?
Celestial Bodies is a concept for using immersion and virtual production tools in education and arts.

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C.A.P.E.

VR Performance Immersie

Would you like to take a walk, using ‘my’ body?

C.A.P.E. (Computer Assisted Personal Environment) is the newest mobile immersive installation of CREW, presented for the first time at the World Expo in Shanghai in September 2010. Come and experience for yourself what the future of cinema might be like! With C.A.P.E., we can shift your presence from one place to another in no time. Thanks to its state-of-the-art immersive technology, you can step into another body and walk around in a maybe far away city or a faraway time...

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C.A.P.E. Anima

C.A.P.E. Anima brings the visitor right into the heart of the Pastoral, offering a tableau vivant in which he can feel and taste the inner world of Beethoven's 6th Symphony, performed by Anima Eterna.

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C.A.P.E. Brussels

Commissioned by the Brussels-Capital Region, CREW created the performance C.A.P.E Brussels for its participation in the World Exhibition Bejing 2010. During the visit to the Belgian pavilion, visitors discovered our capital through an unusual and artistic virtual walk.

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C.A.P.E. Molenbeek ‘Everything on the table’

CREW wants art to move outside its institutional frameworks within the urban multicultural society. As part of the Brussels operation, we realized an 'omni-directional video installation' together with Agora M, Vaartkapoen. The screenplay was written by a group of Moroccan-Belgian women who are active within Agora M, substantively and technically supported by CREW.

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C.A.P.E. Drop Dog

VR Performance

C.A.P.E. Drop Dog is a virtual performance inspired by two texts from Dutch writer and poet Tonnus Oosterhoff. State-of-the-art technology immerses the visitor in a different world and places the viewer in the heart of two short stories.

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C.A.P.E. Horror

C.A.P.E. Horror was created in collaboration with performance students of the Maastricht Theatre Academy. They take you along into an eerie world where it is dangerously difficult to distinguish reality from fiction...

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C.A.P.E. Vooruit

C.A.P.E. Vooruit is a 25' performance created in the framework of VOORUIT100, celebrating 100 years of Vooruit, the impressive Ghent cultural house of Flemisch socialism turned into a lively contemporary arts centre. C.A.P.E Vooruit swings you back and forth between the here and now and the early years of Vooruit, when streets were buzzing with parades and marching bands. Join the parade, move on the rhythm of the Internationale and follow the slightly distorted beat of a band that seems to have been mutated through time.

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Straptrack “Do not be seated”

VR MoCap HMD R&D

In Straptrack, an immersant, (a visitor equipped with video glasses, PC and headphones), strolls through a virtual sculpture. Meryem Bayram designs and activates the geometric objects of this sculpture, while Eric Joris intervenes in different combinations with drawings and recordings via so-called Motion Capture.

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Super Nova

VR

Tijdens de tech show Super Nova presenteert CREW tijdens het Open Deur weekend een mix van live-performances en installaties.

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NOHORIZON

Voor de expo SuperBodies tijdens de Kunsttriënnale in Hasselt selecteerde Pieter T'Jonck beeldend werk dat focust op de manier waarop ons lichaam onbewust vormgeeft aan onze ervaringen. De installatie NOHORIZON onthult een nieuw perspectief in de zoektocht van Eric Joris en CREW naar de vluchtlijnen van onze ervaring.

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Terra Nova

A live art performance that combines theatre and immersive experience
Terra Nova takes us back to R. F. Scott's fatal expedition to the South Pole, in 1911. Beaten by only a month by the Norwegian Roald Amundsen, the English explorer and his team perish dramatically on their way back. Unfolding the steps and thoughts of the commander, Peter Verhelst's text plunges the audience into the debacle of the expedition. During the performance, each spectator is immersed in other bewildering realities. The spectator's own remarkable voyage unveils a universe of the ‘self', previously unknown to him: his own interior Terra Nova...

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Line_Up

Immersie

Is this the story of a daydreamer and if so, are his daydreams possibly dangerous for you?

Is this CREW's newest creation? Or is it yours? Is this the story of a daydreamer and if so, are his daydreams possibly dangerous for you? Step into Line-Up and find out. Line-Up is a follow up of EUX, a one to one performance using the newest technology in omni-directional video and a mind-blowing physical experience

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aXes

Two installations, two audio-visual spaces focus on the connection between viewer and image and play with our perception, our sense of perspective... In aXes, it is the observer who affects the image by moving.

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Absence

Absence is a dance creation inspired by the tsunami in Japan (2011). The idea is simple: a woman and a man meet. There is a trauma. They move, they talk.
A scenic performance made by Eric Joris and writer Peter Verhelst, in collaboration with NTGent.

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Citizen.Com

Immersie

Citizen.Com is an ambitious, collaborative experiment with a medium developed by CREW, the HeadSwap technology that can connect multiple people live in an intimate way.

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Philoctetes

Philoctetes, bewerkt door Peter Verhelst en opgevoerd in een opstelling van CREW, bouwt verder op Icarus, een voorstelling die de idee van multimedia als prothese in het licht stelde. Ht lichaam van de verlamde acteur Paul Antipoff versmelt met een hoogtechnologische omgeving, zijn genetwerkte lichaam wordt symbool voor de dubbele relatie van de mens met techniek.

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