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Datum & tid: onsdag, 21 november 19:00 - 22:00
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The second of the Dance Concerts this fall tales place at Weld wednesday November 21.
List of participants
1. Aurore D’audiffret +++ Miranda Wallmon + Alexander Talts + Morgane Nicol + Anna Skorpen + Klara Sjöblom + Sonja-Riita Laine + Shiraz Amar + Molly Engblom + Jennie Bergsli + Danilo Alexandre + Sara Skoglund
2. Elias Girod +++ Maia Means + Tea Harryson
The evening will be structured as follows:
19:00 beginning of evening
19:15 first sharing
20:15 second sharing
21:00 the assembly
22:00 end of evening
The wish to host an event, the likes of which was finally going to materialise in the form of Dance Concerts came to me many years ago, when I first learned of The Judson Church. The prospect of organising a series of events in which dancers and choreographers came together with the public in order to share the most vulnerable and the most mundane, which is the working, excited me beyond compare.
Being a professional artist, I am in awe of the countless exciting and informative situations that occur behind closed doors––in rehearsal––and so remain invisible to the public eye. To share these, to place the awareness on the small and the insignificant in public, I think, works to enrich the relationship between the artist and the public; but also challenges the standards of value that are most commonly seen in public and the media today. In that regard, Dance Concerts are not only a collection of singular events, but an artistic project in its own right, meant to reflect on the kind of content that is commonly today available by offering an alternative.
During the season 2016-2017, Dance Concerts––organised in collaboration with SITE – Production Centre for Performing Arts––featured the work of 29 national and international artists, and welcomed hundreds of members of the public to the events. During this season of 2018-2019, Dance Concerts will be hosted by Weld, and––given this opportunity––continue to engage in nourishing the relationship between the arts practices and public life.
Dance Concerts consist of artists’ working witnessed by the public, of moderated conversation and debate around the topics relating to the artists’ working and thinking, and of causal social activity where artists and the public met in the private arena.
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