From 30 March until 12 April, choreographer Jaime Llopis is working in our studio on the creation of his new performance Aliciacarmen.

Three people holding three hammers in front of an apple. How to suspend the achievement of the smashing apple image? 
How to hold up our tendency to close or complete that image?
 What kind of event can we trigger other than the one of identifying what things are? What kind of conditions do we need to create to let other senses happen?
 What other ways to belong to a situation can we experience other than the one of identifying it / identifying myself with …other than the one of identity?

Jaime Llopis Segarra

Jaime Llopis studied drama at ESAD (Escuela Superior de Arte Dramático de Valencia) and dance and choreography at EDDC (European Dance Development Center) in Arnhem. He subsequently graduated from a.pass (advanced performance and scenography studies) in Brussels in 2013. Jaime is currently studying philosophy.

Based in Brussels since 2003, he has been working as a dancer and performer for different independent choreographers such as Hisako Horikawa, Andros Zins-Browne etc., as well as developing his own choreographic work (e.g., Make me yours tonight I’m awake, 2009 and Aliciacarmen (2015)).


Concept and choreography: Jaime LlopisPerformance: Sara Manente, Jaime Llopis, a.o.Production: HirosIn collaboration with: BUDA Kunstencentrum (Kortrijk), wpZimmer (Antwerp), Pianofabriek (Brussels), La Casa Encendida (Madrid), Workspace Brussel