Eric Minten 11

Sliding Slope

Between recognizability and absurdism the audience becomes involved in the pressing situation of climate change. Are you getting a little warmer?

Dancetheatre on a rooftop of a flooded house

A roof on the water, similar to a sinking ship. On the slippery surface, four people fight for survival. Will they make it? Who will try to find a solution for everyone, and who will only want to save his own skin? In this exciting performance the dancers have to make choices between helping each other or going for their own skin.

Vloeistof interprets the problems of climate change and rising sea levels in a memorable way. It’s about loss of control and the possibly greatest talent of humanity: the denial of what we have created ourselves. Will we keep it dry?


Een eerste voorstudie is gecreëerd voor en met support van de Bosch Parade

Piushaven via Theater De Nieuwe Vorst (Tilburg), Festival De Karavaan (Alkmaar), Festival Onderstroom (Vlissingen), Botanische Tuinen Bogor Indonesia, Festival Het Parcours/Theater aan het Vrijthof (Maastricht), Brabant Kennis (Klimaat
Conference Brabant Kennis), Van Rijn Festival, Buitengewoon Doetinchem, Sonsbeek, Olst Kunstfietsroute, Reuring, Veurne (België), La Strada International Festival of streetart Bremen (Duitsland), ZeelandNazomer Festival / Flood Museum

Jukeboxcity in action

crowdfunding support

Mede mogelijk gemaakt middels crowdfunding door: Julie Vegter, Radislav Semenov, Riet Bongers, Peter Van Meel, Miesjel Van Gerwen, Paul Janssen, Nick J Swarth, Jaap Bongers, Bob Driessen, Thijs Van Pruissen, Marjolein Tops, Marc Eysink, Gonny Jüngst, Maudie Der Kinderen, Claudius Schulze, Sanne Wichman, Marja Kemps, Leendert (Roof Top Energy), Eelco Roovers, An Bastiaans, Ruth Wilmans, Jan Doms, Boy Jonkergow, Cindy Klerks, Geert Overdam, Natalie Nijs, Wim De Jong, Mieke Lamar en anderen.

Speciale dank aan architect Jan Noordman voor het herconstrueren van het decor.

Het parcours