‘WWTTWWTTC’ (Who We Talk To When We Talk To Cameras) is a dance-performance by André Chapatte about contemporary camera technology and how our bodies interact with it.
The gesture of holding up a smartphone and filming one’s self, the bio-chemical relationships when seeing eyes on a video screen, we are all relating in some way or another to cameras in our day to day. By using choreography and performance to break down and examine our contemporary modes of communication, André proposes a ~30minute presentation around the machines we spend so much time talking to.
Welcome Sat 14.12.2019 at 3pm! ♥
André Chapatte is a Swiss/American artist and performer who previously worked as cartoonist before adapting his interests in semantics and narrativity with corporal and audio-visual techniques. He has developed his current practice around writing, speaking, singing and dancing, and currently teaches performance at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam. André lives and works in Brussels.