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Milø Slayers DEMONstratio


Milø Slayers DEMONstratio

It Takes a City festival performance
FR 16.02 20:00
SA 17.02 20:00

Dancing on the fine line between abstract art and political resistance.

In 2015, an X-ray scan revealed that a racist inscription is hidden under the layers of paint of Kasimir Malevich's famous Black Square (1915). Even the supreme abstraction does not appear to be free of politics. It is precisely this tension that three black performers put on edge in DEMONstratio. Within the rigid lines of a perfectly lit square, they seek an imploring counterweight in the subconscious power of voice and movement. Light and dark, reason and feeling, certainty and uncertainty: sharp binary opposites are there to transcend them. 

75 min.

Milø Slayers is a performer and audiovisual artist from Brussels. Since 2013 he’s been managing his own dance company called Slayers where creativity is the main philosophy and hip hop is the biggest influence. In 2021, he graduated at ISAC (Institut Supérieur des Arts et des Chorégraphies).


conception | Milø Slayers 
performers | Sophie Sénécaut, Eli Mathieu, Milka Kongi 
light design | Luc Schaltin 
projection | Ulysse Navarro, Geminay 
clothing | Céline Shen 
dramaturgy | Yasen Vasilev 
city dramaturgy | Marie Umuhoza 
theoretical assistance | Tunde Adefioye 
sound design | Milø Slayers 
production | Kunstenwerkplaats 
co-production | Kunstenwerkplaats, Charleroi danse, Kaap, STUK 
supported by | Vlaamse Gemeenschap 
thanks to | Wouter Hillaert, Lucile Calmel, Daniel Blanga Gubbay, Stephane Bourhis, Dries Doulbi, Femke Gyselinck, Maria Dogahe, Afi Maghouti, André van Praet, Ayoh Kré Duchâtelet, Kaaitheater, VierNulVier, BUDA, Ultima Vez
image | Milø Slayers