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Är det möjligt att skapa ett gemensamt sammanhang när 8 koreografer möts och presenterar individuella arbeten som är i process? Går det att forma den multi-kanaliserande kontext som förväntats av oss?

Vad står ”Work in Progress” för när målet är odefinierat? Att tänka process istället för utveckling öppnar för pluralitet.

Ett fanzine i form av en pågående radio löper parallellt under dessa två dagar, en inbjudan till att fortsätta bredda vårt kollage av WIP’s som en obestämbar helhet med obestämd utgång.

Masterprogrammet i koreografi  bjuder in till ett rum för besökare att strosa omkring, reagera, influera, ifrågasätta, engagera, ta del av, småprata över en Yoko Ono-drink och bara vara närvarande. 

Program

Lördag 27 maj

11.00– Öppen Feldenkrais-session med Anne Juren

12.00– Brunch

13.00–16.00 och 17.15–20.15 Yari Stilo*

13.30– Siriol Joyner

14.40– Lisen Pousette**

15.40– Tamara Alegre**

16.30–17.30 PAUS! radio

17.45– Samuel Feldhandler

19.15– Sara Lindström

–21.00 Hänger vi!


Söndag 28 maj

11.00– Öppen Feldenkrais-session med Anne Juren

12.00– Brunch

13.00–16.00 och 17.45–19.30 Hokuto Kodama

13.30– Siriol Joyner

14.40– Lisen Pousette**

15.40– Tamara Alegre**

16.30–17.30 PAUS! radio

18.00– Ellinor Ljungkvist

19.30– Sara Lindström

–21.00 Hänger vi!

Vänligen notera att programmet kan komma att ändras

* Presentationer varje timme för två personer åt gången. Anmäl dig i receptionen samma dag.
** Begränsat antal platser. Anmäl dig i receptionen samma dag.
 

Radio fanzine kommer att sändas lördag den 27 maj kl 10.00 till söndag 28 maj kl. 21.15. Du hittar oss på http://mixlr.com/dochmakor/

Koreografer

Samuel Feldhandler
Fermata (working title) is a performance researching an in-betweenness, a plurality and a simultaneity. By resisting to go towards either affirmation or negation, it lingers in a state of unknowns, at the limit, tarrying, aiming to create a sensible window towards new worlds of possibles, towards an otherness inside. It is presented as a finished work, not in progress, but definitely in process; not in process of being constructed, created, conceptualised, but in process of being shown, of being experienced, of being shared.

Ellinor Ljungkvist
Performers Julie Rasmussen, Francesca Honegger Lindén, Ida Sidenvall and Ellinor Ljungkvist are performing their solos within this context as one part of a larger research project based on personal stories told by women of different background. The stories are reality based and may touch upon universal and existentialistic topics. Each story is unrelated from one another and the choreographic approach differ depending on its content, beyond the fact that expressions such as movement, object and spoken text are recurrent.

Hokuto Kodama
Reading is an intellectual, physical and artistic practice, and it has become the core of my everyday life. When I am immensely into the reading practice, the text becomes image, and visual becomes language, opening a sort of ‘break’ between the signifier and signified. This is when I lose the sense of logic and time, a momentary freedom from the duty of progress. For this WIP (work in progress), I would like to invite you to my reading room, to share some time and thoughts together. Question; can we really take a ‘break’ from a linear progress?

Siriol Joyner
Obsession. Obsession. Obsession. Nid practis ‘mo hwn and it’s not a performance either. This is an ymgais i ymchwilio what needs to be dealladwy a be sy’n iawn fod yn anealladwy also. In a middle place, archipelagic, the first colony, language as sensual material in my mouth. A lingual event in my mouth, my hip, your eye, that spot in the room. Ac mae byw yn Stockholm ‘run peth a syllu ar the paint drying and grass growing up.
Siriol Joyner is an artist who dances, she lives in Stockholm but misses Wales.

Tamara Alegre 
What kind of embodiment, stance, emotion, gaze unfolds in a certain proximity? How is it to be all together in it? What are variants of touch? An expanded notion of flirting? Flirting within the elements and roles in the encounter?
Exploring forms of containment and discharge. Allowing saturation, heat and contagion. - questions and thoughts, 10th May 2017 

Yari Stilo
In my WIP I show a performative video installation for two guests. Maintaining the original timeline of a screen capture made in the past. I displace myself through time and space attempting a conversation with things, animals and people. Through the use of sound, physicality, sight and more, I encourage the audience to move between the screen and the personal space.

Louise Lisen Pousette
When you talked about the jellyfish it helped me and made me laugh. While the conditions were changing you became sensual. I felt as if we were friendshipping through darkness. When we were calibrating together our vocals became strong. Breath slowly, it will help. I can breath with you. Maybe even hold your hand. Lisen Pousette and Olivia Riviere are childhood friends that recently started working together.

Sara Lindström
Sara is busy with the mouth, both her own and others. Through a physical and visual practise she’s interested in the various modalities and performativities of the mouth: the mouth as an organ, a host, a hole, a language, a feeder, a breather, a pleasurer, a void, a dancer, a gesture, a statement, a connection, a projection, a site for imagination, an articulation, an inside and an outside.

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