Random Scream

About Random Scream

Davis Freeman is an American performing artist based in Brussels and has worked with Forced Entertainment, Meg Stuart and Superamas. With his company Random Scream he continues to explore the multiple sides of his artistic personality. From docu-performances and durational music, theater and dance pieces to lounge acts and installations.

He created the company Random Scream in 1999 to expose the eclectic elements of everyday culture with proposed lines of flight for dance, theatre, and visual arts. Originally created with the artist Lilia Mestre, Random Scream is now run by Davis Freeman and his ever evolving mix of collaborators. The projects aim to draw attention to what is already there by focusing on our personal interactions and how our choices directly affect each other and the community we live in.



Karaoke (ART) (2013) // World War I (2013) // Now & the future (2013) // A better place (2013)  // Expanding Energy (2011) // 7 Promises (2010) // Investment (2009) // Saving Lies (2009) // Assassins (2008) // Around the corner (Brussels)* (2008) // Exposure* (2007) // Moving Parts* (2007) // Around the corner (T. Vedras)* (2007) // Memorial for lost memories* (2006) // Dejeuner sur l’herbe* (2005) // Tear Jerker (2005) // Everybody is (2004) with Lilia Mestre // Everything you wanted to know about the club scene but were afraid to ask (2004) // Hands (2003) // Fading Fast (2002) with Lilia Mestre // Universal Minutes* (2001) // Too Shy to Stare (2001) with Lilia Mestre // 11th Hour (2001) // Untitle me (1999) with Lilia Mestre and Mole Wetherell

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