..and then there was EVE
…and then there was EVE is a performance piece that is challenging whatever you thought you knew about heroes and focusing on concepts of female identity. EVE is recomposed into a new soundtrack. She “contains multitudes” and walks with four legs. She is electronic, acoustic, bombastic, harmonic, dissonant, rhythmic, poetic, offbeat, round, soft, and wild. Her story is our story.
Created and produced by the American singer-songwriter Jeanna, …and then there was EVE
is a multi-layered, transdisciplinary project that takes shape in the form of live performances, podcasts, readings, interviews, exhibitions, workshops, and more.
Jeanna is an American singer-songwriter landed by curiosity in Brussels, Belgium. There she is immersed in a thriving and eclectic music scene and collaborates with some of Belgium’s finest: Marc Moulin and Dan Lacksman(Telex), Richard23(Front242), Ozark Henry among others.
Over the course of 15 years, Jeanna appeared on numerous albums and participated in a wide variety of projects ranging from Jazz, Rock, Pop and Electro-pop. These experiences laid the groundwork in defining her own sound which has developed into performance-based composition. The seeds of her new work were planted from her experience with an ’80s inspired all-girl new-wave band. Working exclusively with women was the beginning of her quest to mix her love of storytelling and text-based music to deal with concepts of female identity.
Alejandra Avilla Hernandez, Alice van den Abeele, Allison Mc Greal, Amarylis Jacobs, Anne Pontegnie, Anne-cath Kenis Liberski, Barbara Cuglietta, Caroline Dumalin, Caroline Strubbe, Caroline deSpoelberg, Christina Stahle,Devrim Bayar, Dianna Cohen, Ekaterina Kaplunova, Elisa Sednaoui, Fabienne Demal, Jill Magid,Laetitia Jeurissen, Manon Deboer, Marguerite de Spoelberg,Marie Noorbergen, Marina Pinsky, Melissa Gordon, Michel Francois, Oonagh Duckworth, Saadane Afif, Sophie Whettnall, Ségolène Vanderstraten, Valentin Noiret, Valerie Mannaerts, Zin Taylor.