Theisen/Pettersen: Workshop med Mårten Spångberg
24. okt. kl.15
Dance is some thing but doesn't have to be something"
Hvor: Biscenen, Teateret
Når: mandag 24. oktober, kl 1300 - 1530
For hvem: Kunstnere
Påmelding: innen 15. oktober til email@example.com
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I forbindelse med visningen av Digital Technology på Kristiansand Kunsthall søndag 23. oktober inviterer vi til workshop for Scene- og billedkunstnere i Scenekunst Sørs lokaler; Biscenen på Teateret.
Workshopen er et samarbeid mellom theisen/pettersen, Kristiansand Kunsthall og Scenekunst Sør, og er beregnet for Scenekunstnere og billedkunstnere, men passer også for andre kunstnere som er nyskjerrig på Mårtens kunstnerskap, og har interesse for rom og bevegelse.
Mårten om Workshopen:
Through conversation and practices the group will visit a few entry points to a contemporary understanding of dance and it's relation to aesthetics. We will explore the threshold between dance and choreography, figure out how dance today has political leverage and understand the reasoning behind conceptual address. But more than so we will dance a bit together and have a lovely Sunday afternoon or maybe it's a Monday and that's good too. Nobody need to know anything or have a swell body, just come as you are and we'll care and make some thing happen.
Mårten Spångberg is a choreographer living and working in Stockholm. His interests concern choreography in an expanded field, something that he has approached through experimental practices and creative process in multiplicity of formats and expressions. He has been active on stage as performer and creator since '94, and has since '99 created his own choreographies, from solos to larger scale works, which has toured internationally. Under the label International Festival he collaborated with the architect Tor Lindstrand he engaged in social and expanded choreography. From 1996 – 2005 Spångberg organized and curated festivals in Sweden and internationally. He initiated the network organization INPEX in 2006, has thorough experience in teaching both theory and practice and was director for the MA program in choreography at the Univ. of Dance in Stockholm 2008 - 2012. In 2011 his first book Spangbergianism was published.
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