We have followed the steps of a choreographer and established artist who set up a stage in the Wild Gallery for a dance shooting.
The Wild Gallery had the pleasure to welcome a dance shooting within its walls, on a beautifull stage. Jeremy Lepine has led the rehearsal of this achievement on the 2nd floor of the building. But, who exactly is he? This very talented artist wears different hats. He’s a professor, dancer and Belgian choreographer renowned for his inventiveness, which he displays in contemporary dance. We admire his professional path ; a result of his international success. First, he graduated from the Royal Academy of Arts of Brussels, then he held the post of director and choreographer at Yetsirah. From there, he became well-known thanks to his collaborations with choreographers such as Julia Spiesser, Bruce Blanchard and Denna Thomson.
During his visit of building’s floors, he directed the rehearsal of a dance shooting. The artists trained the entire morning. He found the space perfect for his shoot and immediately knew how the stage will look like.
Jeremy Lepine has concentrated his work at the Wild Gallery for the aspect of the structure. The style of the space is industrial, very luminous and wide, so he could let his art express itself freely. It’s also very interesting to use this atypical space for original cinematography techniques. The result was amazing, the stage looked elegant and captivating!