On January 26th, Elisabeth will perform SIXFOLD at The Place in London.


Image: Bohumil Kosthoryz

On January 12th, Eisabeth will join Rambert Dance Company’s Playground together with dancer Michelle Buckley to start working on new choreographic ideas.

SIXFOLD will be performed at Zsenne Art Lab (www.zsenne.be) in Brussels on January 19th at 1 as well as 6pm.

The work SIXFOLD will continue its tour in 2018, which currently comprises 40 performances in 9 countries. The new dates for the beginning of the year are listed below:


19th January:  Zsenne Art Lab, Brüssel (httpss://www.zsenne.be/)
26th January: The Place, London (https://www.theplace.org.uk)

4th February: TUFA, Trier (httpss://www.tufa-trier.de/)
19th February: Raw Matters, Wien (httpss://www.rawmatters.at)

Elisabeth is starting the new year with a residency at Zsenne Art Lab (www.zsenne.be) in Brussels. She will start a research with visual artist and designer Mélanie Planchard and will also show the work SIXFOLD there on January 19th at 1 as well as 6pm.

Bringing 2017 to an end, Elisabeth would like to share one of her highlights: choreographing for and performing at the Tate Live festival, Tate Modern.

Credits: 100 Mile Radius (Environment III) and T H I R (aka Ten Hundred Inch Radii) (Environments IV) by Phill Niblock. As part of BMW Tate Live Exhibition: Ten Days Six Nights, Tate Modern. Copyright Tate 2017.


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Elisabeth Schilling wishes all visitors of her homepage a wonderful holiday season brimming with joy, quiet, peace and harmony. May those blessings follow you through the coming year!

In the coming week, Elisabeth will be heading to Oslo to research choreographic ideas with norwegian choreographer Janne Camilla Lyster (https://www.jannecamillalyster.no/).

The piece ‘A dancing Archive’ by choreographer Artémise Ploegearts, which premiered in the past year, will  be revived  and reworked in the coming week in residency in Amsterdam.

After the exhibition of STADTKÖRPER as part of Kaleidoscopic Arts Platform in May 2017, the organisation has now published an interview with Elisabeth on the work.