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This mummy is not dead, but terrifyingly alive! Add an extra experience to your event, and book this mummy now on Showbird!
Definition according to Wikipedia: 'A mummy is a corpse, usually human, in which the decomposition process has virtually come to a halt after death, so that what remains of the body is not only the skeleton, but also soft parts, particularly the skin. A mummy can be created by preservative treatments or by natural conditions. Many cultures mummified deceased people or took advantage of local conditions to achieve mummification.'
This mummy is not a corpse; it is frighteningly alive.... Nor was it created by preservative treatments or natural conditions, but after Flight-90 non-profit organization commissioned us to develop this mummy. The result: a mixture of beautiful, funny and sinister elements that come together on the coffin of an Egyptologist..
This act is based on a performance of 4 x 40 minutes. Mileage compensation is calculated from Neeroeteren. Leave your specific wishes in the request!
The living statue also has a name and is called Patrick van Horne. He is over 30 and a teacher by profession. This pedagogical background makes it easy for him to stand in front of groups and animate them. Patrick has been doing animation since 2000, first as a clown, later the statues and walking acts were added. Patrick about his motivation:
"Acting and animating is in your blood, it always gives a kick to bring a successful act. I regularly try out new ideas, which is how the living statue came about. That seems easy, but it is subtle and dosed work. You want interaction with your audience, so you have to feel it perfectly."
In 2012 Patrick decided to quit as clown Patje, in order to be able to put enough energy into his living statues and walking acts. Since then, Patrick has proven that he has earned his spurs. With the living statue of the textile geek he won the Belgian championship in 2008 and in that same year he became 2nd at the BeNeLux championship in Lommel. The act 'I wood be (a statue)' also won prizes: in April 2014 Patrick won with this act the festival Borne op z'n Best (Nl.) ánd he obtained a third place at the living statue festival in Tegelen (Nl.). After that I Wood be a statue became first in Den Bosch, in Maastricht and Belgian champion living statue 2014. As icing on the cake I Wood Be a Statue was allowed to walk away with a 2nd prize at Worldstatues 2014 in Arnhem.
In 2015 Patrick succeeded himself as Belgian champion with the act 'His past, mine past'. He was not only named the best Belgian statue, but also won the first prize of all participating statues.
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