Alma Söderberg just finished a tour with Entangled Phrases, and is working on her next show The Listeners, her first big scale creation and her first one as artist in residence at the Cullberg Ballet. The première is 24th of January at Norrlandsoperan, Umeå (Sweden), followed by shows in Malmö and Dresden.

Sarah Vanhee is currently working on a publication on Lecture for Every One, together with a new performance We Are Before. The first presentations will be in April (Stuk – Leuven, Teatergarasjen – Bergen, CAMPO&Vooruit- Gent). At the same time she is passing on Lecture for Every One to a new generation: as from January on, 15 teeenagers from Brussels will reassemble weekly, to create their own Lecture For Every One. This will be presented in May during KFDA. In the meantime Sarah is doing research for Bodies of Knowledge (BOK), a nomadic classroom, creating a space to exchange knowledge on things one usually does not learn, told by voices who are not always heard, from different parts of society and the world. BOK will reside in Brussels from September 2020 on. Sarah also keeps performing collected screams, undercurrents and Oblivion.

Juan Dominguez is as we speak touring in Mexico, and when he is back, he will shortly resume the rehearsals with Amalia Fernández on Between you and me. From February on Juan is in residency at Leal.lav La Laguna (Tenerife), and Teatros del Canal (Madrid). Between you and me will première in May at Teatros del Canal (Madrid). In the meantime, Juan is also preparing the second part of his trilogy that started with My Only Memory: it-MATTERS (working title), with residencies at Tanzfabrik (Berlin), Buda (Kortrijk) and Centro Conde Duque (Madrid). it-MATTERS will premiere in October.

Mette Edvardsen will be performing No Title at Pneu festival (Salzburg), Black at Moveble Types at Witte de With (Rotterdam), and oslo at Arter (Istanbul). The piece Penelope Sleeps, an opera made in collaboration with Matteo Fargion, will be presented at Carriageworks (Sydney) and Dance House (Melbourne), where she is also part of the jury of the Keir Choreographic Award. The recent publication Time has fallen asleep in the afternoon sunshine – A book on reading, writing, memory and forgetting in a library of living books (eds. Mette Edvardsen, Kristien Van den Brande, Victoria Pérez Royo and Runa Borch Skolseg) will be launched at Carriageworks (Sydney) and Reina Sofia (Madrid).