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LEMM&BARKEY
Lemm&Barkey is the name taken by the artistic duo Lot Lemm and Grace Ellen Barkey. They have created a number of museum installations that have been exhibited at BOZAR (Brussels), the Benaki Museum (Athens), the Musée des Arts Décoratifs (Paris), Dr. Guislain Museum (Ghent) and the Triennale for Art, Fashion and Design (Hasselt). Their film The Porcelain Project | Installation was selected for the Festival International du Film sur l’argile et le verre (FIFAV) in Montpellier.

Their collaboration also extends into the stage productions of Grace Ellen Barkey & Needcompany. Barkey, who set up Needcompany together with Jan Lauwers in 1986, is, as a visual artist, choreographer and performer, a full-time member of this pioneering ensemble, which has presented itself as an artists’ company since the 1980s. Since 1992 Barkey has been making her own productions within Needcompany. Her work is set on the boundary between theatre, dance, performance and art. Lot Lemm has been a member of Needcompany, as artist, stage designer and costume designer, since 1993.

In its turn, Lemm&Barkey's work is an invitation to perform a poetic, extremely delicate pirouette-à-deux. - (H)ART

In Lemm&Barkey's theatre anything is possible. - Etcetera Magazine

The Porcelain Project
Théâtre Garonne, Toulouse, December 2nd 2006
Centre for fine arts, Brussels, April 20th 2007
Théâtre Le Quai, Angers, June 8th 2007
Benaki Museum / Greek Festival, Athens, June 15th 2007

Le Tourneur de Touloue
Théâtre Garonne, October 15th 2008

Le Tourneur de Strombeek (2008)
Cultuurcentrum Strombeek, January 4th 2008

Laissez la Porte (2008)
Museum Dr. Guislain, Ghent, October 4th 2008