Bosse Provoost’s work lies in the intersection between theatre, dance and visual arts. Inspired by half human figures and what they could tell on stage, Bosse searches for artistic strategies to dehumanize the actors on stage or to let not living things speak for a public. In Herberg (2015) the actors play by sunset under a motorway viaduct at a great distance from the audience. In Moore Bacon! (2015) a headless body was seen underexposed by light, and therefore seemed to assume bizarre, impossible forms. In The Act of Dying (2017) the actors behaved like euphoric, murderous and dying cartoon characters against the background of a high wooden frame.
Bosse is currently one of the directors of Toneelhuis, in the framework of P.U.L.S. (Project for Upcoming artists for the Large Stage). He graduated the drama program in 2016 at KASK/School of Arts (Ghent). In the same year, he won together with Kobe Chielens the Youth prize at Theater Aan Zee for the performance Moore Bacon!. He has recurring collaboration with theatre maker Geert Belpaeme and visual artist/light designer Ezra Veldhuis.