Dance inspired by leatherworking techniques

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Hopefully you don’t expect us to provide you with a comprehensible explanation of the latest creation by former Rosas dancer and choreographer Alix Eynaudi, because we're not sure we can.

In Vienna, where she has lived since her Brussels years, she found Victorian botanical albums by female authors at the Austrian Museum of Folk Life and Folk Art, as well as other leather book bindings that inspired her to create a dance production with poetry, music, and…leatherworking techniques.

Alix Eynaudi: Chesterfield 7 & 8/12, 20.30, Kaaistudio’s

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