ACT 7: SOUND AS MATERIAL AND CHOREOGRAPHY

24. Juni 2017
18:00 -21:00 Uhr

On this evening the works by the workshop participants in the workshop HOW TO LISTEN TO SOMETHING AND TURN IT INTO SOMETHING ELSE will be presented live to the public.

Furthermore Copenhagen-based sound artists Felia Gram-Hanssen and Jaleh Negari will give a talk and invite us into their artistic universe.

Last but not least, Hamburg-based dancer and choreographer Ursina Tossi will develop a performance exclusively for Radikal Unsichtbar based on her work RESISTING BODIES. So take of your shoes and listen with your whole body.


Saturday
24. juni
18:00 - 21:00


Bewegungsraum in Gängeviertel
Valentinskamp 34A
2. STOCK
20355 Hamburg

 

PROGRAM

18.00 Opening and welcome drink


19.00
Artist talk:

FELIA GRAM HANSSEN + JALEH NEGARI
(Sound artists from Copenhagen)


19.30
Works by the workshop-participants

HOW TO LISTEN TO SOMETHING AND TURN IT INTO SOMETHING ELSE


20.00

Performance:

RESISTING BODIES
URSINA TOSSI

(Choreographer, Hamburg)










Felia Gram-Hanssen gratuated from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen 2015 and is a drummer in the band Thulebasen. Felia’s artistic practice consists of performance, video and sound installations. She works with the body as composition and investigates how movement can be a source for sound and vice versa. Felia’s works are often based on cross-genre collaboration, and she works with artists from both dance, theatre and music.
afgangskataloget.dk/<wbr></wbr>artist/felia-gram-hanssen/
https://vimeo.com/feliagram


Jaleh Negari is a composer and drummer in the bands Selvhenter and Pinkunoizu. She works as a solo artist and is a co-founder of the publishing and artist collective Eget Værelse (Translates: Room of one’s own).
www.egetvaerelse.dk
https://www.youtube.com/watch?<wbr></wbr>v=VAsGUQ_WuV8

How does the body organize in a state of resis­tance? Which connections, relations and qualities emerge between political bodies in resistance? In the work Resisting Bodies by Hamburg-based choreographer and performer Ursina Tossi the human body becomes a site of political action and resistance.

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