Cristin-prosjekt-ID: 520866
Sist endret: 28. september 2016 16:15

Cristin-prosjekt-ID: 520866
Sist endret: 28. september 2016 16:15
Prosjekt

Choreographic memory. Forprosjekt - søknad til Prosjektprogrammet

prosjektleder

Anne Grete Eriksen
ved Avdeling Dans ved Kunsthøgskolen i Oslo

prosjekteier / koordinerende forskningsansvarlig enhet

  • Avdeling Dans ved Kunsthøgskolen i Oslo

Klassifisering

Emneord

Koreografi • Dans

Tidsramme

Avsluttet
Start: 1. januar 2015 Slutt: 1. desember 2017

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Tittel

Choreographic memory. Forprosjekt - søknad til Prosjektprogrammet

Vitenskapelig sammendrag

In Choreographic Memory the main focus will be on how MEMORY may serve as material for new works and how this may depend upon and entail consequences for the choice of choreographic strategies. Therefore, a number of different compositional strategies will be introduced and contextualized, and the work will also be performed for audiences.

Some strategies in choreographic activity refer to choreographic tradition, method or craft, as well as dance history. Others present a more personal base and include the performers' and choreographers' experiences. Inspirations may also be extracted from external sources, arts or sciences, and serve as triggers for choreographic development and refinement. 

It is especially relevant for Choreographic Memory to observe and reflect on how various artistic traditions, concerning Space and Time, may relate to memory and, further how this may manifest itself and inspire choreographic praxis.

The choreography work that takes place will generate a number of questions which I will then address through dedicated OPEN LABORATORIES where dancers, students, fellows of the National Artistic Fellowship Program, and key participants from the international dance community as well as invited researchers and colleagues from my own institution will all meet to analyze and discuss project research findings.

Further choreographing and dancing activity will follow the insights gained in this process, utilising new compositional procedures, performances and /or images. Thus the project's ambition is that insights gained will inspire new development in the performance contextualization of both the dancers and choreographers. 

International dimension; The partners:

As professor and artist WANDA GOLONKA assists in developing choreographic productions with methods of composition. In her own pionering works between dance, performance, music and text, she deals with theatre material as physical experience. A central component is the sensual and aesthetic discovery of space, which she regularly re-investigates in its perception of bodies and time.

JEROEN FABIUS is artistic director of the Amsterdam University of the Arts, DasChoreographie. His work is closely related to choreographic investigations of kinesthetics at the end of the twentieth century. He has been lecturer of dance history, performance art, anthropology and cultural studies and contributed to the research field with a number of publications dedicated to choreographic investigation of sources of  'memory in performer and audience'. Fabius brings a vast network of references that contribute to artistic research and his participation will bring Choreographic Memory in touch with the most relevant artists and institutions.

GEDIMINAS KAROBILIS is professor and Dr.Phil at NTNU, Trondheim where he is coordinating convener of Choreomundus, Erasmus and International Master's in Dance Knowledge, Practice and Heritage. His research, with its base in phenomenology and dance, is contributing to the field of teaching and research. Of particular relevance for Choreographic Memory is the theme 'memory' to which he is dedicating his ongoing publications.

MIKKEL B. TIN is author and professor in the Philosophy of Culture at the University College of Southeast Norway. He holds a French PhD on Maurice Merleau-Ponty's aesthetics and has specialize in the theories of artistic practice. He has assumed the responsibility forrecurrent PhD courses, among other things on "Body-Baseed Practices". He supervises candidates and lectures nationally and internationally in the fields of philosophy and cultural theory sports, dance, choreography, visual arts, folk arts, and crafts. 

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