SCOPOFIL COLLECTIVE – One inch is not enough

26 September, 2017 garage29 GARAGE29

6.10.17 / GARAGE29

Two characters, man and woman, go on a quest to become one. They do so by trying to connect their minds as well as bringing their bodies close together in the hope that they might fuse.

When you enter the stage it seems as if these characters are stuck in a different dimension, a dimension where only the two of them exist and where the audience is a silent and invisible witness of the telepathic games that are going on.

ONE INCH IS NOT ENOUGH is a poetic and recognizable beginning of landscapes created by body parts that subtly appear to disappear again. 

In residency at G29, Scopofil Collective proposes a showing of their work, on October 6th, in order to receive feedback and support for this ongoing creation process already performed @ Gent Bougement – Campo/ United C, Eindhoven/ Copacobana Gent/ De vloer, Gent.

Creation & Performance: Fanny Vandesande & Robin Vanden Bussche

Résidence :
Presentation :
FR 06.10 / 7pm   45′



Dancer, performer and maker Fanny started her education at the balletschool in Antwerp (SIB), later on she studied at the art-school in Ghent (MUDA) and specialized in contemporary dance in Austria, Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance (SEAD).

During her dance parcours, she took part in different projects such as: youngster-project with les ballets C de la B JENUFA’ an opera of ‘de munt’ choreographed by Alla Sigalova. With this opera she toured in Brussels and Teatro di Bologna; TALK/ ‘ ANT AND..’ a visual dance performance performed at Namur en Mai, Boulevard in ’S hertogenbosch, Limburgfestival,…). Fanny works regularly for Platform-k and people with a disability.


Dancer, performer & physical actor, Robin study in SEAD. He danced and acted as a youngster in the performance ‘TROON’ by Maxim Storms (KASK) and in the performance ‘YOUNG & FURIOUS’ by the german compagnie ‘Unusual Symptoms’ choreography by Samir Akika. He also danced in ‘YOU ET VOUS’, an inclusive dance performance by the Scottish choreographer George Adams; the sculptural dance performance ‘IF UNLAYERED’ by the Brussels company ‘On the Roof dance company’ and at ‘Theater aan Zee’ he worked as a physical actor in the play ‘KROCHT’ by Maxim Storms & Lobke Leirens. Robin also teaches movement-classes for Platform K; Wisper and Kopergietery.

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