Sarma is a laboratory for discursive practices and expanded publication in field of dance, performance and beyond. Sarma collects and organizes discursive practices. By compiling author based or thematically related text anthologies, published online on our website. But also by curating festivals, by providing dramaturgical assistance to performers, by organizing workshops, discussions, lectures, installations and research projects. Sarma is a breeding ground for artists and theoreticians to collaborate on shared problems and premises. Sarma aims for artistic work- and presentation formats that are inspiring to all.
Sarma was initiated in 2000 by Myriam Van Imschoot and Jeroen Peeters. In 2015 Tom Engels became the director and coordinator of Sarma. Jeroen Peeters, Myriam Van Imschoot and Kristien Van den Brande are part of the artistic team.
Publications about Sarma
- An overview of all Sarma's activities until April 2010 can be found in the article Sarma: het archief als discursieve werkplaats that was published in De Witte Raaf on January 1, 2011. (in Dutch)
- On April 1, 2011 Cathy De Plee published the article Sarma: critique, dramaturgie, recherche et création in NDD. (in French)